Tommy Trinder

New Tommy Trinder consumer site generates leads for installers

  • 23 Jun 2020

TommyTrinder.com Ltd has launched a consumer-facing website – www.tommytrinder.design – to generate leads for installers who use its ground-breaking virtual showroom software, Framepoint®.

Chris Brunsdon, CEO, explained: “Online searches for home improvements have been going through the roof – but installers need to be able to capture and convert these leads to build their pipeline.

“Many of our subscribers have been busy with remote demos, screen-sharing virtual makeovers on video calls with homeowners and lining up business for later installation.

“But we wanted to do more – hence the new consumer site, which we’re supporting with PPC ads, SEO and campaigns on social media.  

“Our new consumer site is capturing online searches for home improvements – up 42% on last year! – and showing consumers that purchasing windows and doors could be like buying a new kitchen or a car.

“Photorealistic renders of their new windows and doors, shown in-situ on their home, mean they’re excited and inspired. And they can change styles, colours and materials in minutes, not hours. It means they’re much more likely to buy, so the quality of leads is great.”

Tommy Trinder’s homeowner site can be viewed via the link in the opening paragraph.

Meanwhile, installers interested in learning more about the Framepoint® platform can visit the main site to sign up for a free demo. 

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