Colt Cowls launches new website and joins Twitter and Facebook

Published:  18 May, 2015

Chimney cowl manufacturer Colt Cowls has launched a new website, and has also joined Twitter and Facebook.

The website, which can be found at, contains a wealth of new features. Every product that is sold by Colt Cowls can now be found online. The products are showcased with full description details, alongside high definition images, which have a zoom function to allow customers to inspect each product for quality.

The website is fully e-commerce. All list prices are displayed and discounts are available to approved trade customers who have registered on the trade section of the website to have a trade account online. A quick and easy process, it allows tradespeople to view old orders, check the status of new orders, as well as edit their contact information.

Live support is now also available to enable a customer to instant message a Colt Cowls sales representative for technical support and advice. Additionally, there is a Twitter feed and a review section that allows customers to give a star rating or feedback on individual products.

Colt Cowls’ Twitter account can be found at @coltcowls, while its Facebook account can be found at

For those who prefer the traditional way, help and advice is still available directly from Colt Cowls’ sales team by calling 0870 241 1041.

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