Freefoam increase support for installers

Date: 2 September 2011
Source: Freefoam Building Products
Freefoam, the leading manufacturer of environmentally friendly and innovative roofline and rainwater products, has now increased the support it offers Freefoam Registered Installers.

The Freefoam Registered Installer scheme has been very popular since its launch several years ago. Initially allowing roofline installers to register with Freefoam giving them the ability to offer the extended guarantee Freefoam has now built on this success and developed new tools and materials to help installers win even more business.

A new logo specifically for Registered Installers is now available giving roofline businesses at a local level the ability to use a national brand on company livery, workwear and stationery. Freefoam has also rebranded the Extended Guarantee area of our website to Myfreefoam - a dedicated area for all Freefoam Registered Installers. Installers can still register installations but can also quickly and simply order sales and marketing materials on line and monitor the number of new installations on their account. Sean Rogers, Managing Director, Central Roofline ”We really value the support we get from Freefoam. We register a large amount of installations each week and the online system makes it really quick and easy for us and means our customers get their guarantee as soon as the work is finished. The sales literature Freefoam produce is also excellent.

We use the Complete Roofline Solution booklet on a daily basis. It clearly illustrates to prospective customers the benefits of a professional roofline installation and makes it much easier for us to sell the concept which has inevitably led to increased sales.” To find out more about becoming a Freefoam Registered Installer contact

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