New Supreme website makes concrete more accessible

Published:  09 June, 2014

Supreme Concrete has redeveloped its website - - to make it easier for stockists and contractors to select from its extensive and growing range.

The new site is accessible and easy to read for mobile users via Smartphone, iPad, netbook and similar devices, as well as traditional desk-top users.

Complementing the company’s recently published range guide, the site includes details of Supreme’s complete range of fencing posts and boards, street furniture, copings and caps, floor beams, lintels and general building products. It also features a clever ‘wish list builder’ to help contractors select all of the products they need for a particular project along with handy downloads of useful information to make selection of products even easier.

A new on-line ‘stockist finder’ combines with mobile access to direct contractors to the nearest of Supreme’s 2500 strong national network of builders’ merchants and stockists, saving valuable time, and fuel, especially when working on projects outside their local area.

Supreme Concrete’s managing director, Richard Lee, said: “The website represents a new level of support for both contractors and stockists, allowing them to access product information quickly and easily, from any location; find news of the latest product innovations and choose exactly the products they need for their current project – all at the click of a button.”

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