Deeplas launches dedicated roofline website

Published:  08 March, 2010

ALFRETON: Deeplas has launched a dedicated new roofline website to help its distributors and installers drive business forward.

The website does this by highlighting the benefits of Deeplas roofline products to property owners and managers – with a focus on the quality of the Deeplas range and its PERC approved-installer network.

Downloadable literature then provides instant access to the entire Deeplas range, allowing customers to find exactly the product they require within a few clicks of the mouse.

Backed up with a ‘find an installer’ facility – the company’s network of PERC (Purveyors of Excellence in Roofline and Cladding) accredited installer scheme members, the new website will become an essential source on information for anyone involved in the roofline sector.

“We’ve focused on making the new website as informative as possible,” said Hazel Verscheure, Deeplas Building Products director. “That means making sure that it works hard for Deeplas distributors and installers, whilst providing essential information for property owners and managers.”

As more homeowners search online for roofline products, Deeplas is confident that, along with the ongoing search engine optimisation, the new website will lead to more enquiries for Deeplas distributors and installers.

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