South Coast trade fabricator Window Warehouse added the LEKA Warm Roof and LEKA Orangery Roof to its portfolio in January 2017. Eighteen months on, the relationship has gone from strength to strength.
Malcom Cake, Managing Director of Window Warehouse, said: “We chose LEKA Systems because the products offered something different. They have a lower U value so outperform other roofing options. There was a unique selling point because there was no use of timber or aluminium unlike other systems. They’ve more than lived up to their expectations.”
The products have proved extremely popular with Window Warehouse installers and over 50 have taken the training and become LEKA-certified installers. Feedback has been very positive: installers rate the ease of installation and the quality of the initial training session. They also appreciate the lightweight system because it’s great for retro-fit projects while the tile finish options mean it can match in with many different property styles. Malcolm highlights the feedback from one installer, Robin Penna, Managing Director at Bucklers Glass, who commented: “I have been extremely impressed with the LEKA roof, which is becoming increasingly popular with my customers, and I am proud to be a LEKA-certified installer.”
Malcolm has been so impressed with the LEKA portfolio and its opportunities for sales that Window Warehouse has developed a retail-focused website devoted to the products. Malcolm commented: “The website has been designed to generate enquiries to pass on to our approved installers.”
Window Warehouse has over 30 years’ experience in the industry. The company prides itself on the quality of its products and service and is always willing to go the extra mile to support its customers. It is based in Portsmouth and supplies across the South Coast, Buckinghamshire and the M25 circular into London, Kent and Essex. And as the approved LEKA manufacturer for the South of England it is able to support installers wanting to provide homeowners with the perfect solution to inefficient conservatories that are cold in winter and too hot in summer.