Kestrel

Rebooted Kestrel scheme ensures sky’s the limit

  • 5 Apr 2018

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Kestrel are offering more business support to its installers, with its Approved Kestrel Installer scheme having undergone alteration to feature extra training and marketing help.

Kestrel sales and marketing director Owen Thorogood said the aim is to give installers the support needed so their businesses can thrive.

“We can offer classroom training, we have more point of sales materials and we will also list approved installers on the website and brand-new Kestrel app, so that their customers have added peace of mind,” Owen said.

Approved installers can generate market-leading 35-year guarantees from the app, which are then emailed direct to the homeowner.

They will also have access to a professional check-list for customers to show the job will be carried out correctly.

Owen said it was crucial that the fascia and cladding brand stood apart from the competition, adding they want to make it easier than ever for installers.

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