Plastic Store reports bumper year for roofline

A South Wales PVC-U building products specialist distributor is reporting a significant upturn in sales of Kestrel roofline.

The Swansea-based company credits depth of stock as the key to its success.

Manager Jeff Silk explained: “Through our sister company, Securahome, we have first hand understanding of the types of products that window and roofline installers need. For instance, with the increased interest in coloured fenestration products, we have made sure to stock roofline and window-line products that reflect that trend.”

Jeff added that offering roofline and window-line products in colours like Anthracite Grey, Black Grain, Cream Grain, Sand and Light Grey had given the company a competitive edge.

“Stocking a wide range of products, in depth, has also helped with customer retention,” he added. “Dealing with a company the size of Kestrel has meant that when a product isn’t in stock, we can get it delivered to the depot quickly.”

Looking forward to 2015, the company said it expected demand for roofline products to increase for new buildings and existing houses, as homeowners look to invest again in their properties.

Simon Reynolds, sales and marketing director of Kestrel, praised The Plastic Store for its ability to anticipate and meet customer demand.

“The Plastic Store is one of those businesses that was set up with an installer’s understanding of what the market needed in its area,” he said. “This understanding, plus an in-depth knowledge of the products, has helped The Plastic Store come a long way during its four years in business. We look forward to working with them for many years to come.”