Fascia, cladding and soffit brand Kestrel is launching a nationwide search to find an outstanding installer – the hunt for Kestrel’s Approved Installer of the Year 2023 starts this spring.
To enter, installers need to submit at least one and up to three photos of their chosen installation, via the Kestrel app before the end of October.
The annual competition recognises Kestrel Approved Installers who are the best at installing Kestrel’s range of roofline products.
Owen Thorogood, Kestrel sales and marketing director, says: “We know there are some outstanding installers using Kestrel products and really want to showcase some of the work they are doing.
“Previous winners have told us that being able to say that they are an award-winning installer has made significant difference to their business. It adds an extra layer of reassurance for customers and sets them apart from the competition.”
Paul Milligan, director of previous winners PBM Exteriors in Worthing, agrees their business had reaped the rewards of the title.
“When customers realise we were Kestrel Approved Installer of the Year they feel even more confident that we will do the job right. It’s definitely helped us gain more projects,” Paul comments.
To partake, take a picture on your phone and upload instantly on the app by the end of October 2023. The best pictures will be feature on Kestrel social media throughout the year.
Roofline fitters with an interest in joining the Kestrel Approved Installer scheme can find more information on the company’s website.
– Entry is open only to all Approved Kestrel Installers.
– Photographs are to be submitted in portrait format.
– Each submission must be from a different installation.
– By submitting your entry, you accept that the photos may be used by Kestrel for marketing purposes.
– The winner will be announced on our website at the end of the competition.
– Entries will be judged on their individual merit at the discretion of the Kestrel judging panel.
– There is no cash alternative prize.
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