Everest has been synonymous to roofing since 1934. Ever since its inception, Everest has been known to pioneer products which offer a value for money proposition to its consumers. Keeping the tradition alive, Everest has introduced India’s first coloured roofing sheet. This state-of-the-art product meets the modern day requirements of its discerning consumers as well as its dealers and distributors. These roofing sheets have added colour to the otherwise grey landscape of the country, thereby giving each house hold a unique identity of its own. Having a unique identity has been an aspiration for every Indian, which has been fulfilled by Everest Supercolour. The aesthetically appealing roof is a perfect blend of modernity, class and style that enrich the living standards of traditional and modern India. For the trade partners, Everest offers a unique opportunity to get associated with a first of its kind product, which no one else has. The trade partners become exclusive outlets for the company, and hence create their unique identity in the market.
Everest Supercolour is India’s ﬁrst coloured cement rooﬁng solution. The latest innovation is driven by superior technology and ensures protection against corrosion and fungi and oﬀer’s heat insulation. The sinusoidal sheets of Supercolour come in six vibrant colours i.e. Red,Green, Yellow, Blue, Copper and Gold. Everest Supercolour comes with a special water repellent which gives 100% leak-proof feature. Thus, Supercolour is not only stronger, it is attractive and long-lasting as well. These sheets can withstand extreme weather conditions, and oﬀer hassle free installation.
Manish Sanghi, Managing Director Everest Industries said – “Everest has always believed in providing the latest building products with a promise of strength speed and safety. Everest Superoclour is yet another addition to its long list of modern building solutions. Supercolour is an avantegarde product, which apart from providing protection from fungi and heat, gives the consumer a unique identity in the market. Supercolour is changing the landscape of rural India, by providing colour to the otherwise mundane looking sheets.”