Big Foot Systems launches new push for its support systems

Published:  06 February, 2014

Big Foot Systems, roof top plant

Big Foot Systems is promoting its support systems for building-services on rooftops with a new-look company brand and ‘Simply a better way’ marketing campaign. The company reports a doubling of its core business every year for the last four years and is using the campaign to highlight its non-penetrative support solutions.

Among the benefits of this system are reduced risk of roof leaks and thermal bridging.

To ensure the correct support solution for each project, Big Foot offers technical support underpinned by 3D CAD and a full quotation facility. The technical can also offer custom-made one-off solutions.

The company has prepared a new brochure and website, which includes a new corporate video



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