Simon entered the contest with an installation job, featuring Freefoam’s Fortex Weatherboard cladding in the shade Argyl Brown. The project was carried out by his Bournemouth-based company, The Gutter Company, which has worked with Freefoam’s soffit, rainwater, cladding and fascia products for a number of years.
Simon’s client wanted to replace the cracked and discoloured render on his home in Ferndown, Dorset. After fitting Fortex to remedy the issue, Simon submitted a photo of his team’s successful work to Freefoam.
The competition was developed to celebrate and promote the launch of mycladding.com, Freefoam’s new consumer-focused, lead generation online resource.
Designed to support local installers, the new website complements Freefoam’s Registered Installer Scheme, which has been developed for the benefit of local home improvement companies.
By signing up to the scheme, installers are granted access to a comprehensive support package and numerous commercial advantages, such as a range of marketing materials and the ability to provide a 50-year guarantee.
Registered Installers are able to receive leads from mycladding.com, as well as Freefoam’s more established roofline site, myrooflinematters.co.uk
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