New Jewson trade price guide

Published:  03 August, 2011

COVENTRY: Jewson has launched a new Trade Price Guide for trade professionals. It highlights the growing range of light building materials available – from everyday product essentials through to the latest in sustainable solutions.

The guide provides instant access to over 12 000 competitively priced products and its compact format ensures that it can be kept close at hand in a toolbox or glove compartment.

It includes painting and decorating materials, adhesives, sealants, tools, ladders, plumbing products, ironmongery, sealants, fixings and fasteners as well as a range of renewable systems including solar thermal, solar PV, biomass boilers and heat pumps. Jewson has also extended its ranges of hand tools, power tools and ironmongery to ensure a wider choice than ever before. Furthermore, clearly marked throughout the guide is a selection of products not usually available in branch, which can now be ordered and collected in just 48 hours.

Professionals using the guide will save time and money as they can purchase everything they need for a job quickly. Estimates can be prepared in advance using the pricing information and orders placed over the phone when a trip to the local branch is not possible.

"This is the first time we have launched such a comprehensive trade price guide and it has been specifically developed to highlight the extensive range of light building materials now available from Jewson at Everyday Low Prices," explained Andy Moseley, market director of light building materials at Jewson.

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