Ultraframe has announced a brand new addition to its webinar training programme, with an upcoming live event covering everything there is to know about the company’s structural support solutions, including the newly-launched Goalpost.

Hosted by Ultraframe Brand Manager, Lucy Wall, the event which takes place on Tuesday 8th February, will cover the following topics:

  • Ultraframe Structural Support Solutions overview
  • Lateral Stability explained
  • NEW Goalpost Solution introduction
  • Benefits of the Ultraframe Goalpost
  • Marketing & Sales tools
  • Q&A

Commenting about the upcoming webinar, Ultraframe Brand Manager, Lucy Wall, said: “We introduced webinars to educate customers about our products and allow us to continue with training during lockdown, and they have proved to be a huge success. They allow busy installers and builders to access a live training event with little disruption to their working day – and the interactive element means that there is still very much a personal touch. Plus, all Ultraframe webinars – including this new one – are always available to watch on demand after the event. We launched our new Goalpost in late 2021 and have received a fantastic response to the product so far. I’m really looking forward to sharing information about this exciting new development, along with other aspects of our structural support solutions at the webinar and answering questions from customers across the country.”

The new Goalpost is available for use with Ultraframe’s Glass Roof and Livinroof systems and allows installers and builders to create open-sided Grand Designs with clear openings in excess of 6.5m and sliding doors in excess of 10m. The Goalpost was developed to provide a hassle-free route to structural support for the large spans of doors or clear spans that are now a key feature of many conservatory and extension designs.

The webinar will be held on Tuesday 8th February at 10am and will last for approximately 45 minutes. To book your free place, simply complete this online booking form.