Rich fabrics: Phifer Incorporated's new offerings

Interior sun control fabric manufacturer Phifer Incorporated is slated to unveil several fresh fabric offerings, in time as the company will showcase its company website redesign and display a new SheerWeave brand mark.

Phifer’s new sun control fabrics include SheerWeave Infinity2 1 percent and SheerWeave Style 7500. Infinity2 1 percent is the third option in the eco-friendly SheerWeave Infinity2 range of 100-percent recyclable, PVC- and lead-free window shade fabrics. The new 1 percent open, full basketweave fabric joins 3 percent and 5 percent options in the sustainable Infinity2 window treatment line. Recently re-introduced, SheerWeave Style 7500, an economical option in the PVC-free blackout fabrics collection, combines texture with the soft hand of rich fabric for total light blockage.

Phifer’s newly-redesigned website, www.phifer.com, includes a new layout, product information and more streamlined, user-friendly navigation. Application photos and close-up swatches of the fabrics are also additions to the website. Meanwhile, Phifer recently debuted its new SheerWeave logo, including modern lines with a focus on the future.

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