New Look Celuform Specification Guide Now Available

New Look Celuform Specification Guide Now Available

Celuform, the specifier’s choice of PVC-UE roofline, cladding and window finishing products, is pleased to announce the launch of its new Specification Guide.

“As public spending comes under increasing scrutiny from our new government, it's all the more important for specifiers to understand the products they are buying, their value for money and the long term benefits they bring,” says Simon Reynolds, Sales and Marketing Director of Celuform.

“Our revised Specification Guide for Local Authorities and Housing Associations gives you all the information you need to justify your product choices. As well as detailing the product range and installation details the guide also discusses the benefits of PVC-UE and PVC-U building products. There is a section dedicated to design considerations to help make your decision process easier as well as a more detailed insight into each of our product areas including roofline, cladding and window trims. Finally the guide includes a technical section which answers the most frequently asked questions about our products as well as detailing their technical attributes and performance.

“With clear headings and technical drawings throughout, we hope our new Specification Guide will give specifiers all the help they need choosing the right products in the more trying times ahead.”

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