November 28 and 29 2017, will see Architextural make its debut at The National Painting and Decorating Show, to present the Avery Dennison facade film, the new way to reinvigorate the exterior of buildings.
Lindsay Appleton, marketing manager, and her team, will descend on Coventry’s Ricoh arena for the annual trade event in the UK painting and decorating industry.
With the very latest ideas and innovations on display from leading industry experts, the event will also feature practical demonstrations from knowledgeable and experienced specialists, so customers can ‘try before they buy’.
The product, a premium conformable cast self-adhesive film, designed to meet the demands of application and exposure on building facades, panels and window frames for restoration, restyling or branding purpose, will be a welcome addition to the paint and decorating industry.
Providing an alternative to paint, it is a cost effective and practical solution to transform the look of buildings. The film can be applied in wet conditions, with no drying time, easing the process further.
The film has a ‘spray paint’ like finish and is durable for 10 years, increasing profit value for building owners and contractors alike.
2016’s National Painting and Decorating Show proved to be the biggest in its 22-year history, however, the organisers have promised 2017 will not disappoint, with even more manufacturers on hand for all professional painter, decorator, stockists and supplier, materials and technical needs.
“The two-day event will welcome thousands of key industry members, this is one of the main reasons behind Architextural being present at the show,” said Lindsay.
“This really is one of the biggest events on the calendar to attend and we’re delighted to be on stand 76, showing the industry what we’re all about.”
Lindsay continued: “The great thing about visitors coming to our stand is they will be able to see, touch and feel the films to get inspiration for future project designs.”