This is a sponsored article by Freefoam
Freefoam Building Products are delighted to announce a new look for its consumer focused website – myfascia.co.uk. Previously called ‘my roofline matters’, the site aims to give homeowners all the information they need to make an informed choice to have fascia and gutter replaced, with a quick and simple process to request an accurate quote from a local installer. All enquiries are then passed to Freefoam Registered Installers, offering them pre-qualified local leads.
The make-over features more focused and simplified to provide a comprehensive guide on fascia replacement and the benefits of choosing Freefoam products and installers. With answers to common roofline questions, a gallery of photos, video testimonials from satisfied customers, and interactive tools to engage users, the site guides homeowners through all the information and expertise they need. With speed and simplicity in mind, enhanced mobile optimization gives users the capability to get their home improvement project stated at the touch of button from anywhere.
Louise Sanderson, Marketing Manager explained “After reviewing the search and user experience data from our previous site, we decided to make strategic changes in how the site serves the homeowners needs. Firstly to make an attractive easy to use site for homeowners and secondly a platform to harness the power of online search to maximise visibility and lead generation. We’re committed to supporting our Registered Installer network and this updated site will enable us to generate high quality, live leads – a significant benefit for any home improvement company”
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