TuffX offers 'Ambience conservatory roof glass' marketing package to help retail installers

 TuffX offers 'Ambience conservatory roof glass' marketing package to help retail installers
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Date: 26 April 2016

Specialist toughened glass manufacturer TuffX, renowned for being one of the most customer-focused companies in its sector, is set to enhance that reputation with its latest move.

It has updated marketing materials for its Ambience range of conservatory roof glass, to help its retail installer customers make the most of sales opportunities.The package includes a brochure that features details of the Ambience range of conservatory roof glass products including 'Ambi-Max oversize' which enables homeowners to have 4mm toughened insulated glass units up to 4 metres in length.

Alongside stunning high quality imagery, the brochure also highlights the benefits of Ambience performance roof glass including self-cleaning, solar control properties and thermal efficiency. We also offer the entire range of glass samples in a simple easy to explain visual wallet.

Recognising the importance of online marketing in today’s digital world. Customers are offered a website link showcasing the entire ambience range which can be customised with your own corporate branding and company logo etc.

Using high quality marketing materials is essential if retailers want to stay ahead in a competitive market, this takes time and expertise to put together. By providing Ambience marketing materials, TuffX is helping its customers with the information they need and demonstrating why it’s one of the most forward-thinking companies in the sector at the same time.

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