It’s A Year For Colour Says Prefix Systems
Pantone have already announced that 16-1546 Living Coral is their colour for 2019 and more closer to home, Prefix expect that their big push on colour is likely to be in various shades of grey and blue for the home improvement sector this year.
Just over 18 months ago Prefix Systems made a major investment in their production site in Blackburn with state of the art colouring facility to increase flexibility and quality for coloured roofs & profiles to their customers. The company has four manufacturing sites across the UK making them perfectly positioned to service all their customers requirements no matter where they are based. Demand for colour conservatories, doors, windows and lantern roofs is on the increase, and their products can now be painted in literally hundreds of different RAL colours, with consistent quality and swift turnaround on any colour.
Black and anthracite grey are carried in stock, yet there’s the opportunity for the most exacting heritage colours, urban influences and even one-off projects that can be catered for, all with the promise of a short lead time and high quality control. Chris Cooke of Prefix says:
‘While we are not expecting too many requests for Living Coral this year, we do expect more installation companies to come to us with coloured product enquiries. With a market in the 1980’s dominated by white PVCu, we’re now faced with a consumer demand for more individual colours, something that we can now satisfy with a high quality, long lasting solution.
He continued: ‘Customers are now actively involving us in product specification and colour, and so our level of customer care is crucial in helping cement these sales. It’s another string to our bow and another reason why Prefix has become the supplier of choice in the conservatory, warm roof, outdoor living and aluminium sectors.
For further information on Prefix Systems visit www.prefixsystems.co.uk, or call the head office on 01254 871800. You can also add to their considerable following on Twitter @prefixsystems.