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Wolf Home Products introduces online training certification

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Wolf Home Products introduces online training certification

YORK, Penn. — Wolf Home Products has launched an exclusive Wolf PRO online training certification available for Wolf Portrait siding.

The Wolf PRO online training portal is a VIP certification program designed for preferred contractors the training necessary to support their business, enhance their sales process, and achieve superior customer satisfaction with proper product installation and service resources. All the materials are designed to make it easier for contractors to sell Wolf products to their customers and ensure quality installation. Professionals can become Wolf PRO certified at their convenience, all online.

Professionals securing the Wolf PRO certification will be able to offer their customers an extended 5-year labor warranty covering defective product removal and disposal as well as replacement materials and labor costs. The exclusive warranty is only available to certified Wolf PRO’s and will enhances their customer service offering in the field.

The Wolf PRO online training certification provides contractors with exclusive access to comprehensive resources including:

  • Product brochures
  • Warranty information
  • Installation guides
  • Marketing materials
  • Reward program access

“At Wolf Home Products we know how important proper product resources and training are to our professional contractors—it can be the difference in them achieving a completely satisfied homeowner customer,” said Jason Foura, VP of market development. “With our Wolf PRO certification, our preferred contractors can now offer top-grade products, with superior installation training, backed by an extended 5-year labor warranty on both product and installation, allowing them to stand out among their competitors.”

The Wolf PRO online certification will expand its product training offering to Wolf Serenity Decking in the future, the company says.