FREEFOAM are delighted to report a significant increase in recent months in the number of new Registered Installers, with companies throughout the UK applying to join the scheme. Following a programme of promotion activity across various media, enquiries have increased and more home improvement companies are realising the benefits of supplying and fitting Freefoam products.
Roofline falls into the remit of a range of businesses, from window and door installers, roofers, roofline specialists and more general building professionals. To this end the Freefoam Registered Installer scheme is open to any business, allowing companies to integrate roofline into their offering, backed by a professional package and manufacturer support.
Marketing Manager Louise Sanderson commented: “We’ve been incredibly pleased with the results of our campaign. In an increasingly competitive market businesses are looking at ways they can extend their offering, and align themselves with a well-respected, established brand. The Freefoam Registered Installer scheme meets their needs and offers an attractive proposition.”
The Freefoam Registered Installer programme has been established for many years and is part of Freefoam’s strategy to support all parts of the supply chain. The scheme provides a complete package of benefits and support. High quality marketing materials, developed with consumers in mind, to promote the complete roofline range, including colour options and genuine testimonials. Industry leading guarantees, from an impressive 50 years on white fascia, soffit and guttering and a 10-year guarantee on the colour range, all backed by extensive testing. And finally, free pre-qualified leads generated through consumer focussed websites.
Colin St John commented, “The Freefoam Registered Installer scheme makes roofline an accessible range for all home improvement professionals. We provide the materials and back up support to help all companies develop their business, their success is our success. Having brand loyal, committed fitting companies buying from our customers also underlines our support for the whole supply chain.”