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Swish Building Products branches out with Irish Oak

Swish Building Products branches out with Irish Oak

Swish Building Products has unveiled new profiles and trims in its Irish Oak foiled range.

The new products include square fascia, cappit board, soffit, window board and trims all of which carry the Swish 10-year guarantee.

The expansion of the range reflects high and still growing demand for the Irish Oak foil plus matching ancillaries, particularly within the PVC-U window industry.

Greg Wilde, Swish Building Products, said: “The Irish Oak range is a strong match for the increasingly popular foiled finish offered by leading window profile extruders.

“We’re also seeing wood grain skirting and architrave specified over traditional timber alternatives, particularly in the commercial sector where it offers a more durable and lower maintenance alternative.”

This new range of profiles joins the established range of profiles from Swish which include Mahogany, Rosewood, Light Oak, Black, White and Cream.

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Swish Building Products is one of the UK's leading manufacturers of low-maintenance cellular PVC building products, including fascias, bargeboards, internal and external cladding. The benefits of Swish low-maintenance building products are well...
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