Kalsi Group extends colour range for Aquacel

Published:  04 July, 2016

Kalsi Group is enhancing its Aquacel range with the introduction of two new colours, Chartwell Green and Anthracite. The finishes are available as a foiled option on the company’s roofline and cladding products.

The low maintenance product manufacturer has invested in two of the UK’s most popular finishes for exterior products. Systems houses and window and door fabricators were quick to adopt the use of coloured profile but it is a relatively new idea in the roofline and cladding industry, and Kalsi Group was keen to respond.

“While white and woodgrain finishes continue to be a stable option we’re finding that people want colours and finishes that pack a little more punch. Often homeowners and landlords are wanting to complement their windows and doors, it is our responsibility as a building products manufacturer to meet this demand,” comments Graham Wilde, UK Sales Manager, Kalsi Group.

“The introduction of Chartwell Green and Anthracite into the Kalsi Group Aquacel portfolio is a valuable addition to our product offering, something which will also benefit our network. We will be working closely with our distributors to support them in making the most of this growth market.”

The extension of its Aqucel range forms part of a wider strategic growth plan for the independent, family-run business. This year sees the opening of a new multi-million pound extrusion and warehousing facility in the company’s home region.

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