LOYALTY SCHEME Launched almost a decade ago, the highly successful Weber Rewards loyalty scheme for professional tilers has received a well-deserved makeover.

The dedicated new and improved Weber Rewards website,, and Redeem on the Go app, will ensure the campaign remains innovative, unique and dynamic.

Weber Rewards has over 9,000 members who will benefit from an enhanced website that looks good, works faster and has improved functionality. The Weber Rewards catalogue has also been updated with new additions of exciting Rewards, ranging from branded clothing, the latest electronic equipment, getaways, exclusive Virgin Experience Days and a selection of impressive wine.

An at-a-glance points total is displayed and, for those members who like to set a treat-goal, a visual countdown calculator reveals exactly how many bags of Weber products are needed to reach the Rewards total.

Tracey Dempster, Marketing Director of Saint-Gobain Weber, said: “Nine of Weber’s best-selling products, including the new weberjoint premium grout, carry Rewards points.

“This improved loyalty scheme is our way of ‘loving you back’ by rewarding customers with more than just great products.”

The Redeem on the Go app, which is available to download free from the App store or Google Play, allows customers to scan the QR codes on Weber Rewards stickers and automatically load points to their account. Improved functionality allows Weber Rewards to be ordered easily straight through the App.

The App features product details of the complete Weber range of adhesives, grouts and preparation products as well as invaluable


DEVELOPMENT Tile, kitchen and bathroom supplier Roccia has completed the first in a series of surface design projects for V Capital Partnership Ltd, installed using Tilemaster Adhesives’ fixing products.

The high-end show home installation, at the exclusive new development ‘Willow Gate’ in Preston, forms part of a 12-property luxury gated community. Italian polished porcelain was installed by Helix Tiling Services throughout the ground floor and bathrooms, using Tilemaster Setaflex Adhesive and Grout 3000.

Set in landscaped grounds within the Fulwood area, Willow Gate combines striking contemporary design with the peaceful Lancashire landscape. Working closely with the interior

design team, Roccia specified large- format Italian polished 120x120cm porcelain throughout the hallway, living areas and the extensive kitchen. The bathrooms and en- suites were completed using Roccia’s design and featured Statuario effect, Starkpol and Stardust polished porcelain in a mix of formats and elegant grey tones. Roccia also supplied the kitchen and appliances.

Tilemaster Adhesives’ Setaflex was used to fix all of the tiles. The flexible adhesive provides increased adhesion, non-slip properties and is available in rapid, semi-rapid and standard setting formulations, ideal for use with large- format porcelain. The installation was then completed with Grout 3000, which provides benefits including water and mould-resistance and an efflorescence-free formulation.

stockist information, trade events, special promotions to win extra points and much more. Tilers can also keep up to date with the latest news on Weber Rewards through regular e-mails, social media and blog posts. Extra points can also be earned by referring a friend to the scheme.

Technical support is available from Weber’s experienced advisors who can offer on-site advice at

specification stage and during application. The easy-to-use online tool WeberSpec will generate a free M40 outline specification for tilers and stockists and is free to access. Product demonstrations and problem-solving advice is also available, as well as award winning training courses at the Saint-Gobain Technical Academy. — 07 —

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