When it comes to recommending Kestrel’s range of products and customer service, the owner of Northwich-based Home Installations’ praise is certainly raising the roof.
Peter Bennett has been a Kestrel customer for 23 years and ranks them as ‘superb’, above all their competitors.
With a 20-year career in the business, before launching Home Installations in 1995, Peter’s expertise means he expects the best products to be installed in the properties he renovates.
He commented: “The whole feeling of the Kestrel company, the support, customer service, wide range of products and basically everything about them is just superb.
“The moment we started stocking their roofline products I knew this was a different class to anybody else and we’ve never looked back. They are a great company and I won’t work with anyone else.”
As a Kestrel approved installer, Home Installations have made improvements to over 100 homes in the village of Moulton alone, with a recent project there involving pitching a flat roof and replacing rotten cladding, which totally transformed a property.
The Tudor relief installation replacement project saw them use K16 woodgrain fascias and the 150mm wrap around Tudor boards to give the appealing, traditional finish.
Peter added: “When it comes to home improvements we offer a full range of services. Whether it’s just a leaking gutter, a new bathroom, kitchen right through to that dream orangery.
“As a relatively small family business our reputation is everything and I feel very confident with the Kestrel brand. Having used literally hundreds of metres of their products over the last two decades shows you can rely on them.”
Kestrel sales and marketing director Owen Thorogood said: “We enjoy a close working relationship with Peter and his team at Home Installations and I’m delighted to hear how happy they are with our range of products.
“The recent work undertaken in Moulton is a typical example of what we can offer to ensure a first-class roofline installation.”
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