UK-based manufacturer and roof windows specialist, Keylite Roof Windows (Keylite), has launched a quarterly newsletter for industry professionals involved in the specification, distribution and installation of roof windows.
The ‘What’s New in Keylite’ newsletter has been created to offer customers and industry peers an interesting mix of Keylite product and company news, standout case studies and links to online resources.
The inaugural issue of the newsletter – available at www.keyliteroofwindows.com/whats-new-in-keylite/ – features info on Keylite’s involvement with the luxury Boroughmuir renovation in Edinburgh, how Keylite was voted as a company to Inspire Britain in 2020 and why BRE say YES to Keylite’s expanding thermal collar.
Matthew King, Sales Director at Keylite, commented: “Our customers are the lifeblood of Keylite, and we hold their opinion in extremely high regard. This is why we are offering a new quarterly newsletter, to start an open dialogue and to bring industry professionals up to date with our latest product developments and company news.”
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