Latest News Wed, Jul 4, 2018 1:01 PM
VELUX® is offering customers across the UK and Ireland who are planning a home renovation project rewards this July.
The promotion will reward installers, builders and homeowners who choose VELUX white-polyurethane roof windows, ideal for kitchens and bathrooms where humidity can often be an issue.
To help promote the latest rewards scheme, VELUX have partnered with Fix Radio to give installers and builders across Greater London, Manchester and Liverpool free bacon butties. They will visit 150 sites throughout the month in branded vans and share further information about the rewards programme while enjoying a bacon roll.
VELUX white-polyurethane roof windows have evolved into a vast range of products ideal for contemporary white interiors and ceilings. They have no visible joints, ensuring a clean and moisture-resistant finish.
The rewards of £35 in the UK are redeemable at a range of retailers and restaurants including M&S, Argos, Thomas Cook, Curry’s PC World and Tesco. In Ireland, retailers include Dunnes, Argos, Tesco and Milanos.
Grant Sneddon, product manager for VELUX said: “We have timed our latest offer to coincide with summer as we know this is a popular time for homeowners to make improvements to their house, from single-storey extensions to upgrading kitchens and bathrooms, which this range is ideally suited to.
“Good ventilation is a big step in the fight against condensation, which often occurs in these rooms. That is why almost the entire VELUX range is available in white-polyurethane, from manual centre-pivot and top-hung to combination solutions, and VELUX INTEGRA® roof windows.
“We’re also excited to take part in Fix Radio’s Bacon Butty Tour as it gives us an opportunity to meet more of our customers and talk to them in person about how they can earn rewards all year round on VELUX roof windows, flat roof windows and sun tunnels.”
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