Leamore Windows are the latest company to win the Solidor Showroom of the Month honour, with a newly expanded showroom environment comprising of seven premium composite doors at their established premises in Walsall.
The company is also celebrating their 35th year in business, making them one of the longest established home improvement and glazing businesses in the West Midlands and have been a long-standing Solidor customer since 2012. The recent expansion in the number of Solidor composite doors on display to seven, has been the result of an increase in demand for a better entrance door from consumers, in terms of design and unrivalled security.
Gary Hackett, managing director of Leamore Windows commented: ‘People ask for a Solidor by name and for good reason, as it’s the best composite entrance door out there, backed by unrivalled marketing. We’ve found out over the years that price is less of an issue with this composite door and so we’re able to achieve strong margins consistently.
He continued: ‘Consumers want to make an impact at the front of their respective homes and a new Solidor is the best means to achieve this. While sales of our other home improvement products fluctuate, our entrance door order book remains full pretty much all year round, which is hugely beneficial for us.’
Gareth Busson, head of sales and marketing for Solidor Group concluded: ‘Leamore are the latest company to win this award for Showroom of the Month and understand the fundamental importance of product presentation. Like all of our showroom winners, they all benefit from our marketing model, world-class logistics and the fact that consumers are asking for a Solidor by name.’
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