UPVC roofline manufacturer Kestrel has a magic new dry verge system, with the objective of making ordering and fitting easier than ever.
Roofline experts Kestrel are launching a fast-install, new dry verge system, which will set the standard for quality.
Kestrel have appointed Rachel Crewe, a Chemistry Management and Industry graduate, as Business Development Manager for the North West and North Wales.
Even more Kestrel UPVC roofline products will be heading to Scotland, courtesy of a new distributor near Glasgow.
May this year saw PVC-UE and UPVC building product supplier, Kestrel, raise £10,000 at a charity golf tournament.
Kestrel’s John Gunn has risen rapidly up the ranks of the UPVC fascia and cladding brand, becoming Regional Sales Director for Ireland, Scotland and the North of England.
Kestrel approved installers can now fit a job today and guarantee the materials on the spot, courtesy of its new app which can give homeowners a 35-year extended guarantee.
Kestrel are offering more business support, with its Approved Kestrel Installer scheme undergoing alteration to feature extra training and marketing help.
Kestrel’s customer services manager Leigh Jagger is a new name to the company and her main aim is to help her workforce forge stronger relationships with their customers.
Kestrel’s first Customer Charter features in its new Product Overview, which outlines the standards customers can depend upon from the roofline, cladding and fascia brand.