Kestrel launches brand new installation competition

  • 18 Jul 2023

Leading fascia and cladding manufacturer Kestrel is launching a new competition to showcase the best installations nationwide.

The brand is running the quarterly competition through its Facebook and LinkedIn pages, and anyone can enter, as long as the installation includes Kestrel products.

Kestrel sales and marketing director Owen Thorogood said the idea to run the competition came to highlight the installations that the team see week in week out.

He comments: “We wanted to showcase some of the excellent work that installers are carrying out using Kestrel products.

“The competition will run each quarter and the winner will get a heavy-duty site radio. It’s easy to enter, by just posting a picture on Facebook or LinkedIn but it’s important to use the hashtag #kestrelcomp and tag our page so that we can see the post.”


To take part, simply…

 – Take a photo of a recent cladding or roofline project completed using Kestrel products.
 – Upload the photo to Facebook or LinkedIn using the hashtag #kestrelcomp and tagging the Kestrel page.
 – Remember to follow Kestrel on Facebook and/or LinkedIn where the winner will be announced.
 – That’s it!

Kestrel’s first winner will be announced at the start of October, so installers have the summer to take part.

For more information, go to Kestrel’s social media pages:



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