Add value to your business by giving customers more – use uPVC!
With the cost of living constantly on the rise, consumers have become much more aware of what they are spending their money on, and are very conscious of making sure they get the most from their purchases.
Due to the increased popularity of social media, companies are now in the
public eye more than ever. Because of this it is essential that you are offering your clientele a product that delivers more benefits than just the core purpose. With this in mind, we’ve worked hard to provide the best materials, processes and designs in the market, to ensure our suppliers are able to offer their customers uPVC window and door frames that do more than just look fantastic!
Read on to see the augmented product that uPVC offers!
What do homeowners want?
For the majority of homeowners, buying new windows is a big purchase and therefore usually a well thought out decision, based on a variation of different factors.
As with any major purchase decision, homeowners will weigh up each option both in the short term and the long term. One factor that will be noticed for years to come and is therefore guaranteed to play an important role in their final decision, is the window frame’s energy efficiency.
Thanks to Liniar’s uPVC profile, you can offer the customer a 10-year guarantee, as well as one of the most thermally-efficient frames currently on the market.
With its multi-chambered design, the frame retains the home’s heat and breaks up mini convection currents. According to the Energy Saving Trust, a highly-rated window frame can save the homeowner hundreds of pounds year-on-year!
On top of pleasing the frugal-minded homeowners, you’re also able to offer
an extremely environmentally-friendly product in high quality uPVC.
Energy efficient frames will help reduce the homes need to have constant central heating, and therefore lowers the homeowners energy costs and their carbon footprint. Our uPVC frames are also lead-free and 100% recyclable, which will also, in time, benefit the environment.
With an ever-increasing amount of people placing sustainability as a priority when making a purchase decision, ensuring your products
are environmentally-friendly should be your key concern, not just for future business success, but also the future of the earth.
On top of these benefits, suppliers are also able to attract huge amount of
customers through the ability to build and customise frames to suit their home perfectly.
By using quote builder, our installers are able to show the massive amounts of customisation available to homeowners – something that places them leaps and bounds ahead of suppliers who only offer standard white uPVC!
These are just some of the things that can make the difference between a consumer choosing your product or a competitors.
With evolving trends and consumer needs, it can be easy to fall behind the pace of change – that’s why we’re constantly working on our products to ensure our installers themselves keep on achieving great customer satisfaction.
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