MyFreefoam supports a variety of new functions, including:
The site has been designed for users to capitalise on the benefits of its Freefoam Guarantee scheme.
Stockists of the Freefoam product range can use the site to nominate and encourage customers to become Freefoam registered installers, which enables them to build a stable customer base, whilst generating new customers.
MyFreefoam allows both installers and homeowners to register roofline products online for the lifetime guarantee.
The site’s compatibility with phones and tablets allows users to register work and order materials wherever they are, enabling access where and when is most convenient to them.
In addition, the site allows users to order Freeform branded promotional literature and marketing materials, making it easy for installers to sell roofline products.
Freefoam Building Products,
77-83 St James Mill Road,
Tel: 01604 591110
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