This is a sponsored article by Freefoam:
As part of a comprehensive installer support package Freefoam Building Products have released an informative, simple video to illustrate how roofline fitters can carry out work while keeping themselves, colleagues and homeowners safe. Colin St John, Commercial Director explained “Freefoam Registered Installers are an important part of our business. We commissioned this video to support them so that they can feel confident in working safety whilst continuing to sell and fit Freefoam products.”
The video features NG Roofline Windows and Conservatories and shows a series of easy measures that installers can take to ensure a safe working environment when installing fascia, soffit and gutter. Freefoam will be using the video across all social media channels and sharing it with their installer and customer network to maximise exposure of this important message.
Louise Sanderson, Marketing Manager explained “We know that safety is critically important at the moment, but at the same time installers want to get their businesses up and running again. We want to support installers. We have kept the message simple and straight-forward so that installers can easily follow the guidance and homeowners can feel secure in having work carried out on their homes.”
This video is part of a wider support package that Freefoam are providing to help installers. Being able to promote, explain and sell products whilst staying social distanced is also essential. Freefoam provides a comprehensive range of sales and
marketing brochures as pdf files at Freefoam.com for installers to download. Ideal to attach to an emailed quote. Likewise, roofline and cladding visualiser tools are available online to illustrate how colour fascia and soffit might look, or how colour cladding can change the look of a façade.
For more information about becoming a Freefoam Registered Installer go to www.myfreefoam.com
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