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Catchy Name For Roofing Guarantee
Posted by Anonymous on
9/6/2006 at 1:02 PM ET
We are a residential roofing company. We have been working on USP and are considering promoting our guarantee that says if their roof leaks after we replace the roof that we will repair for free and give them $500 for the inconvenience. We have emergency service 24 hours a day. I am trying to create a name for the guarantee. Any ideas?
9/6/2006 at 8:25 PM
Roof Shield is good, here is another thought:
Leak Insurance Without The Hassle
Leak Protection Refund
9/7/2006 at 3:09 AM
Top of mind suggestion "Watertight".
As in "Our Watertight Guarantee - It Leaks, We Pay"
a) what the roof is intended to do fo the customer
b) that you can (or will) not wriggle out of your promise
9/7/2006 at 10:04 AM
I like the
Our watertight Guarantee.. it leaks we pay..
You are unique in the addition of the payment for inconvenience, with a roof leak...
9/8/2006 at 3:23 AM
The Roof-Proof Bonus Guarantee
We will pay you if it leaks! That's how much we trust our roofs!
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