Leadstoyou expands into house extension market

Lead generation company expands into home extension market

  • 7 Sep 2016

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As part of its ongoing development, Leadstoyou is expanding into the window, conservatory and home extension market.

Over the past 6 years, the Exeter-based company has been gathering enquiries from homeowners who are keen to make household savings by investing in new technology or renewable energy systems.

Originally founded to help proprietors seek grants to assist with the cost of home insulation, the company now deals with all areas of energy saving equipment: from boiler replacements and wood burners to solar panel installations and wind turbines. 

Enquiries are generated through its website, findenergysavings.co.uk, processed and passed to verified contractors based throughout the UK.

Since its development, the system has redirected over 500,000 enquires; in light of this success, Leadstoyou is keen to expand into the window, conservatory and home extension market.

Leads for home extension projects

Leadstoyou has established a new website, house-extension.co.uk, which will focus on gathering enquiries for home improvements, using its proven lead-generating method.

The company’s team of 18 is currently looking to build relationships with window and conservatory suppliers, installers and home extension contractors to establish a quality partner network.

Contractors can find out more information about the new system by visiting Leadstoyou’s website.

Following its expansion into new market sectors, the company plans to recruit new employees to its office on the Marsh Barton Industrial Estate.

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