Solidor have just launched Solidor TV on their consumer-facing website, with three videos covering security, the ‘Sounds Like a Solidor’ campaign and the recent ‘Solidor’s 7 Step Journey’, showing the process from enquiry through to installation.
The TV channel within the website is also supported with the company’s very own YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/user/SolidorLtd, where there’s also an additional video showing the unique composition of their solid hardwood core based composite doors. The videos have been proving to be particularly popular for both installation companies and consumers alike, helping to further highlight the many and unique features that set their composite doors apart.
The security video shows a determined thief attempting to break in through a Solidor front door and giving up after 2 minutes unable to break the lock, get past the hinges, nor get through the solid timber core. The ‘Sounds Like a Solidor’ video goes on to take you through the full manufacturing process, detailing key product features and highlighting all the Quality Management processes on the way.
The latest ‘Solidor’s 7 Step Journey’ video takes consumers through the ordering process from the Solidor website through to online design, installer visit, measurement and survey, quote, manufacture and finally to installation. It’s re-assuring video for consumers helping them understand what happens throughout the sales, manufacturing and installation process.
Gareth Mobley, managing director of Solidor Group comments: ‘It’s important for us to continue to market our unique products in innovative and engaging ways. Consumers are now asking for a Solidor by name, testament to our brand and highly regarded product design.’
To view the videos for your self log on to www.solidor.co.uk or through YouTube at www.youtube.com/user/SolidorLtd. For other information including details on their Recommended Installer campaign, then call their sales office on 01782 847300, e-mail email@example.com or add to their Twitter following @solidorltd.