Support at an all-time high for Ultraframe Classic

Ultraframe has announced a further enhanced support package for users of its Classic Roof system. The system has recently been relaunched with a host of new product features, as well as stand-out support in the form of the new Electronic Structural Design Guide (eSDG), a range of digital selling tools to help installers sell Classic Roofs remotely during the lockdown and beyond, and a series of webinars to enhance customer’s knowledge of the system.

Explaining further, Ultraframe Marketing Director, Alex Hewitt, said: “Ultraframe has always prided itself on offering excellent marketing support and this all started with the Classic System. It’s now 25 years since we gained BBA accreditation for the system and over the years, we’ve continued to support Classic users with many other initiatives, such as the first overprinted retail brochures in our sector, the Certificate of Authenticity, and digital tools such as the Ultraframe Sales App. More recent additions to our Classic support package have been designed around remote working, and we’re sure that they will be a great help to Classic users during these challenging trading times.”


The new eSDG is a valuable digital tool which allows Classic Roof customers to determine how big openings for doors can be for the roof to be structurally sound, by calculating maximum unsupported spans possible on a conservatory or extension for each face of the eaves. Previously, Classic users needed to refer to a generic chart to find this valuable and crucial information.

The new selling tools have been added to Ultraframe’s Lockdown Toolkit - a digital toolbox to help Ultraframe customers - generate and capture leads and sell remotely. The new additions which will be available during February, include detailed Classic-themed emails to send out after an enquiry, and a brand-new proposal generator, pre-loaded with Classic system content.

Finally, Ultraframe Classic Roof users can take advantage of a series of webinars to enhance their knowledge about the system, and ensure they are fully equipped to take advantage of the support available to them during lockdown and beyond. The webinars, which cover everything from surveying to selling online, are available to all Ultraframe Classic customers, are free of charge and simple to register for.

Concluding, Alex said: “Here at Ultraframe, our offer has always been about providing the best support we can for our Classic system, as well as continually enhancing the system itself to keep it at the forefront of conservatory roofing technology.”


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