REHAU launches 2016 installation of the year competition

The hunt is on to find REHAU’s 2016 Installation of the Year. After two very successful years, the customer competition looks set to be bigger than ever this time around, with six finalists and a social media campaign aimed at getting consumers involved.

Any customer who has installed REHAU windows, doors or conservatories between September 2015 and September 2016 can enter the competition. There is no restriction on the size of project – the only proviso is that the installation needs to be in a domestic property, either new build or replacement.

Irene Smith, REHAU’s Marketing Communications Manager, said: “As we’ve seen in previous years, this is a great opportunity for installers to get some valuable free publicity and to engage with their customers in a positive and original way.

“All they need to do is send us a couple of photos via the website at www.rehau.uk/competition and, if they make our top six, they can get their customers voting and hopefully tell the world how good they are.

“As well as the obvious prestige of holding the ‘REHAU Installation of the Year’ title, the winner will receive an iPad and there will be individual prizes for the two runners up.”

The deadline to enter the 2016 competition is October 31, after which REHAU will be selecting the six finalists and announcing them on the website ready for voting to open on November 5.

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REHAU Ltd is part of the globally operating polymer processor REHAU. REHAU delivers market leading product, consulting and service innovations, supported by market specific know-how from three business units, Building Solutions, Automotive and Industry.

The Building Solutions division is focused on energy efficiency. It is one of the world’s largest extruders of PVC-U window profile and a supplier of underfloor heating, heating and plumbing, cable management and a growing range of renewable energy and water management systems.

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