Tommy Trinder hits 500 subscribers

Tommy Trinder

Tommy Trinder, a software business, has hit 500 subscribers.

Chris Brunsdon, founder and CEO of Tommy Trinder, said: “Let’s face it turning up to sell windows with a pad and pen no longer cuts it. Homeowners expect more. They want to see exactly what they are getting; they want to try before they buy. And Tommy Trinder is proving to be the tool for the job.”

According to a statement, Tommy Trinder’s patented Framepoint Technology allows users to free draw PVC-U, aluminium and timber windows and doors with their finger or mouse, like sketching on a pad.

Chris added: “We’re on a mission to put the fun back into selling windows! Tommy makes it super simple to wow customers, even if you’re a dinosaur with computers. And in a demanding market it’s ever more important to have an edge, something to impress clients and keep those conversion rates up.”

The value of work quoted by installers on Tommy Trinder is on the rise too, the company reported. A statement said that £1.8bn of quotes were prepared for homeowners via the platform in 2023, up 60% on 2022. High average quote values are also a feature with quote values climbing towards £7,400 over the last six months, it cited.

He continued: “We are seeing premium materials making significant market gains; aluminium and timber combined now account for around half of everything quoted by installers.

“And when it comes to PVC-U, Tommy subscribers are managing to get a bit more on every job by routinely showing off value-added features such as foils, dual colours, dummy vents, mechanical joints, flush casements, dummy peg-stays and surface mounted bars in a visual and compelling way.”

The firm reports that more than 10,000 homeowners receive a quote generated by Tommy Trinder every month and around half of them are provided with visualisations to accompany their quote.

Chris said: “Homeowners are expecting a more complete buying experience and the makeover tool, where installers provide a mockup to the homeowner of their new windows in situ, is becoming a standard part of the quoting process.”

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