Roof window installers, builders and homeowners across the UK and Ireland can claim £40/€45 worth of rewards, redeemable at top brand retailers and restaurants, every time they buy a VELUX white painted window during autumn.
The latest offer from the leading roof window manufacturer runs during September, October and November and is available on the entire range of VELUX white painted roof windows, including manual, centre-pivot and top-hung standard roof windows, combination solutions, and automatic electric and solar VELUX INTEGRA® roof windows.
Rewards can be redeemed at a range of retailers and restaurants, including M&S, Argos, Curry’s PC World, Pizza Express and Tesco.
Grant Sneddon, product manager from VELUX, commented: “Autumn is a busy time for installers, with more homeowners choosing to add extra daylight to their existing or new extensions and loft conversions.
“For roof window installers across the UK and Ireland, there has never been a better time to take advantage of the growing trend of extending your home or converting your attic space to make more space for growing families.”
Ben Powell expressed his delight at the rewards: “Since the scheme was first set up I have claimed on as many of the VELUX products as possible, using them in shops like John Lewis and M&S. In December, I was able to use my rewards to pay for my entire Christmas!
“You can submit your claims all year round, not just during the promotion periods, which means the savings really can add up.”
The 13th of December is the last day customers can submit a claim at www.velux.co.uk/rewards
Velux Co Ltd
Phone: 01592 778927
Fax: 01592 771839
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