A major re-boot for the industry, ‘PolyPower’ will help installers to make the most of PVCu by giving them the powers they need to grow their businesses and steal a march on their competitors.
Arming installers with all the products, support and expertise they need to become fenestration superheroes, PolyPower will help installers to realise their full potential with the support of the dedicated team of Polyframe experts behind them.
Richard Lee, managing director at Polyframe, Halifax, explains: “We’re really excited to bring the force of PolyPower to the industry. It gives installers the powers they need to successfully grow their PVCu business at lightning speed with the right partner to support them all the way.
“PolyPower defies convention and it carries a strong message that installers really can achieve great things beyond what they have imagined. With the backing of the UK’s largest manufacturer of PVCu windows and doors to give them strength and flexibility, installers will have new powers to eliminate obstacles, zap their competitors and quickly achieve growth.
“We want to get the industry talking about how PolyPower can propel installers to new heights. PVCu still has a loyal following and, with the largest choice of PVCu products, expert advice and reliable support on offer, we’ll be showing installers that it’s easy to power their business and make the most of the opportunities out there. We can’t wait to see installers making their businesses the best that they can be!”
Polyframe is already helping hundreds of installers to make the most of their PVCu business by offering a choice of five market-leading profiles from REHAU, VEKA, Halo, Duraflex and Eurocell. With multiple profiles from one supplier, unrivalled marketing support and dedicated account managers, installers can rapidly expand their product ranges to achieve long-term growth.
Polyframe operates nationally and has four PVCu production sites in Norwich (fabricating REHAU), Halifax (fabricating Halo and Eurocell), Gloucester (fabricating Duraflex) and Livingston (fabricating VEKA) which collectively fabricate more than 13,000 frames a week.