Up to £70 boost with VELUX® Rewards Scheme this spring

  • 2 Mar 2020

Installers, builders and homeowners from the UK and Ireland can now receive an extra rewards boost this spring, courtesy of VELUX®.

The roof window manufacturers introduced VELUX Rewards in 2015, with the scheme providing customers with the chance to earn rewards each time they buy a roof window, flat roof window, sun tunnel, blind or selected combination flashings from the company.

However, for this March and April only, a traditionally busy time for home renovation projects, VELUX is giving away an extra rewards boost – by offering £35 of rewards for every white painted roof window and £70 for every VELUX INTEGRA® electric or solar roof window purchased.

If you buy 10 VELUX INTEGRA roof windows, you will be entitled to £700 worth of rewards – these can be redeemed at a variety of retailers and restaurants, including M&S, Argos, John Lewis, Halfords and Tesco.

The final day in which claims can be submitted is 15 May 2020.

VELUX Certified Installer Bruce Poll and his family have received hundreds of pounds from the reward scheme.

“We’ve got a John Lewis nearby, so that’s where we tend to spoil ourselves, it’s a little treat that’s come from VELUX. We’ve also taken the staff out for a meal at Pizza Express, and did our entire Christmas food shop at M&S!” Bruce commented.

Richard McArthur, marketing manager from VELUX, said: “With spring renovations keeping installers busy, we have decided to give our reward scheme an extra boost to ensure installers, builders and homeowners get even more out of their projects.

“There’s a host of rewards to take advantage of, which means you can eat out, go to a gig, buy the latest tech, or furnish your home. Sign up now and you could earn literally hundreds of pounds worth of rewards for purchasing VELUX products.”

To receive rewards from VELUX, upload your invoice at

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