Deceuninck has a new brochure that explains what makes Deceuninck different, and why fabricators and installers who want to be more competitive and grow should think of Deceuninck.
“It’s about our differentiated products and innovations, and our unique support package,” says Roy Frost, Managing Director of Deceuninck. “It’s also about Deceuninck’s way of doing business. As Peter Willemse MD of Ryburne Windows says, ‘They make us feel part of the Deceuninck family.’
“We’ve spelled this out in a handy brochure,” Roy says, “because for many years Deceuninck’s kept a low profile, and many fabricators and installers who want to become more competitive and build a sustainable business don’t know us, or what’s special about Deceuninck, and what we have that will help them grow at decent margins. The new brochure summarises the Deceuninck difference. We’ve got three systems, not two, for example. And they’re extruded to more stringent tolerances than the industry standard, so they fabricate with less waste. Our windows are designed to appeal. A pretty window doesn’t happen by chance. They’re designed to stand out and look better in the home. They look great from the kerbside, but they’re designed to be symmetrical, and they look more attractive the closer you get.
“We’re leading the way in colour with Colour360 Omniral, the first of a new generation of ‘all over’ colour. We also carry huge stocks of colour, so customers can sell it with confidence. And they do. Our customers sell 50% more colour than the industry, which helps their sales and margins.
“Our innovative, patented Linktrusion glass fibre technology makes windows which are as strong as steel reinforced windows, but 30% more thermally efficient, with up to 40% saving on materials and weight.
“Now we’re innovating in marketing too. Fabricators and installers who’ve seen the Beta version of our soon-to-be-launched PricePad app think it is a milestone for the industry.
“Our web design experts are already designing websites for customers that generate leads, and will work on mobiles and tablets,” says Roy. “You’d expect to pay around £15,000 for these sites if you were buying them. We’ve also got truly bespoke marketing lined-up, not simple templates, to help Deceuninck fabricators and their retail customer installers sell more effectively against their less endowed competitors. There’s a lot more in the brochure, but you get the picture!”
The new brochure can be requested from the contact page on www.AskRoyFrost.com Fabricators and installers who already know ‘Why Deceuninck?’ and want to make the change can call Roy now on 07808 365234.
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