As one of the UK’s leading timber window and door specialists, we are delighted here at Dale Joinery to lending real support to our UK Builders Merchant network with the launch of a mini-showroom display campaign.
The show pods – featuring a selection of our made to measure timber entrance doors, along with our sash and flush casement windows – have been designed to give builders merchants’ customers the opportunity to see and feel the quality of the Dale Joinery range.
In addition to the new mini-display pods, our Dale Joinery sales team is also providing merchants with training on the display units to highlight the range of features and benefits of each product, along with the finish, hardware and glazing options.
The new campaign is part of a major investment to support our UK-wide Builders merchant network with a range of marketing and training, helping them provide their customers with a high quality, made to measure range of timber windows and doors, featuring the Dale Joinery in-merchant software system that allows our merchants to build and quote in real time.
According to National Sales Manager Matt Chambers, the new campaign is already having a positive impact.
“The new pods look fantastic and are a great in-store sales tool for our builders merchant network. Not only does it give our merchants but in turn their customers the opportunity to really get to grips with our products and touch, feel and see them in action. The ability to interact with them and see the quality for themselves is really powerful.
“For our merchants it really helps create an effective sales platform, particularly off the back of the training we are providing with the pods. This gives a greater understanding of the qualities that go into every one of our made to measure timber windows and doors. The feedback so far from the builders merchants that have received the pods and training has been really positive,” said Matt.
“It’s still early days and the campaign will run well into 2018, backed up with our new brochure, website and targeted marketing aimed at driving people through the doors of our merchants to see the displays,” he added.