Roseview rolls out Framepoint Live pricing and sales app

Roseview Windows’ installers can now quote, price and order its Rose Collection sashes in real time, using the Framepoint Live platform, from

The sash window manufacturer is the first fabricator to offer Framepoint Live to its network of installers.

“Tommy Trinder’s Framepoint app makes it easier for installers to sell and upsell, whether they’re talking to homeowners remotely via video, or in a socially distanced showroom visit,” explained Mike Bygrave, director of Roseview Windows. “Framepoint halves admin and boosts conversion rates, helping installers wow homeowners. The sash window images are simply stunning – you can show (and sell) authentic details such as deep bottom rails, Canterbury etched glass, run-through horns and different coloured outer and inner frames. Homeowners can see exactly what they’re getting so there’s fewer call backs or queries.

“It takes a couple of clicks to overlay the windows on the homeowner’s property,” continued Mike, “and then email or print them out on a professional, branded quote, which includes live, accurate prices – updated directly from Roseview – and discounts if required. You can even include casement windows, front doors and bi-folds from other manufacturers in the same quote – and then split orders to suppliers, in seconds. It really is a gamechanger.

“We’re delighted to be working with Roseview,” said Chris Brunsdon, CEO of Tommy Trinder. “As a former installer myself it’s been a pleasure to ensure the quality of their windows really shines through. With Framepoint Live, installers selling Rose Collection sashes can configure and price as they go, and place clean orders directly to manufacture with no queries. It speeds up the process for both parties, while the front end enhances what installers do best – selling windows!”

Launched in January, the Framepoint app is now said to have over 500 individual users. Over 40 companies reportedly signed up in June, with installers using the app to quote for over £26 million worth of windows and doors in that month alone.