JELD-WEN supports merchant sales with new timber window campaign

Published:  31 March, 2016

The latest campaign from JELD-WEN is supporting merchant sales by promoting timber windows that are the natural choice for every environment, from conservation properties in the UK to sub-zero temperatures in the Antarctic.

To communicate the aesthetic appeal, plus the thermal benefits of timber windows, JELD-WEN has focussed on its partnership with the United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust (UKAHT) and the installation of triple glazed casement windows in two of its historic buildings.

In addition to a choice of eye-catching point-of-sale materials and window displays, a trade promotion has been launched to further boost merchant sales. From 1 April to 31 July, 2016, any customer spending over £1,000 (excluding VAT) on JELD-WEN windows will be able to claim £50 of Love2Shop vouchers.

Adrian Wade, sales director at JELD-WEN, said: “Our timber windows are designed for all applications and environments; perfectly demonstrated by the installation by UKAHT on the Antarctic Peninsula.

“As well as being suitable for properties situated in conservation areas, this project illustrates that timber windows provide excellent thermal efficiency, as well as looking great. With this in mind, we’re confident that the addition of a trade promotion forms an incredibly attractive incentive that will undoubtedly benefit merchant sales.”

Your customers can apply for £50 worth of Love2Shop vouchers by visiting http://www.jeld-wen.co.uk/triple and entering their order details. Terms and conditions apply.

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