Kestrel products on display at Scotland’s biggest home show

Visitors to Scotland’s leading home improvement show will be able to find out more about Kestrel products this May.

Samples from the leading PVC-U and PVC-UE building products manufacturer’s range will be on display at the Ideal Home Show Scotland in Glasgow, thanks to Kestrel registered installers Centiam Home Improvements.

Glasgow and Edinburgh-based Centiam is run by director Paul Carr. 

Paul said: “We are exhibiting at the show for the second year. It’s been great for raising our brand awareness as well as highlighting our guarantees and services.

“To be associated with a leading brand like Kestrel has really helped to boost our profile. This is a great opportunity for us to show the public what we do and the high quality Kestrel products we use.”

Centiam will be exhibiting at stand H610 at the show, which is expected to attract 44,000 people over three days in May. Celebrities such as Masterchef star Greg Wallace, architect and presenter of Restoration Man, George Clarke, garden expert Diarmuid Gavin and Changing Rooms host Carol Smilie will be taking part in the event.

Kestrel sales and marketing director Simon Reynolds said: “Centiam has made a big impact in its market in a relatively short space of time, which is great to see. We are pleased to have such a forward thinking company as part of our registered installer team and wish Paul and his staff the very best of luck with this exhibition.”

Paul explained how Centiam had committed to solely using Kestrel roofline products.

“We only use Kestrel roofline products because we are very confident in them. The products always look the part and we have never had any problems with them,” he said.

 “We’ve got an extra selling point this year as one of our installations has been selected for the cover of the Kestrel Installer Brochure. We are ordering a thousand for the event!”

 The Ideal Home Show Scotland takes place at the SECC in Glasgow from May 23-26. Centiam Home Improvements will be on stand H610.