MyGlassolutions, the e-commerce app from GLASSOLUTIONS, has expanded its reach to a number of locations across the UK.
The MyGlassolutions app lets users order smaller volumes of glass than traditional supply methods, making it ideal for small businesses and self-employed tradespeople such as domestic building professionals, joiners and kitchen and bathroom installers.
Following its ‘phase 1’ launch in Bristol and Cardiff, the app is now available in Aberdeen, Bradford, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Hull, Kingston-upon-Thames and Liverpool.
MyGlassolutions allows users to configure their glass orders to the exact specification of their projects, including choosing the dimensions and finish of their item in addition to the type of glass.
Products available include DGUs and laminate glass, as well as various types of mirrors, cut-to-size stock glass, balustrade glazing, and patterned and backpainted glass.
The app offers instant quotations and options for online payment. Quotes can be saved for later reference and PDF quotes can be downloaded and printed directly from the app.
Orders can be delivered directly to the installation site or collected from a local GLASSOLUTIONS branch.
MyGlassolutions is available to download through the App Store and Google Play. The app will continue to be launched in further locations across the UK in the coming months.
Tel: 024 7654 7400
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