Buteline launches merchant website
Published:  16 February, 2011

WITHAM: Merchants can now access a wealth of information on Buteline’s clampseal plumbing system thanks to the launch of an interactive website dedicated to helping merchants get the most from the innovative plumbing system.

Featuring a complete product information guide containing an in-depth analysis of the system and the benefits it offers, especially when compared to alternative plumbing systems such as copper and plastic push fit, the website provides the merchant with access to a comprehensive product breakdown allowing them to fully understand the way in which the Buteline system can be put to use and its comparative cost benefits.

The new website offers a simple to use ‘find a stockist’ function allowing for the easy location of merchants carrying the Buteline system. By simply searching by county, the website will show a full list of all merchants, displaying individual contact details, making it incredibly easy to get in touch with a stockist.

With sustainability at the fore of all construction projects, not least of which plumbing installations, the Buteline website also offers a guide as to the lifecycle of the system, from its raw material state through to the finished product and thereafter in terms of its ability to be re-used and recycled.

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