Rooflight manufacturer Coxdome has launched its new website, with the objective to make the, often confusing, specification process that whole lot easier.
The new site is still an essential resource for the specification of Modular Rooflights and Smoke, Heat Exhaust and Ventilation (SHEV) systems but now, all login requirements have been removed.
This is in order to give easier access to specifiers and end-users to free and direct access to the entire library of reference documents; including installation guides, technical datasheets, product brochures and BIM objects.
Coxdome has been manufacturing rooflights for over 60 years, in which time it has gained vital experience in the manufacture and distribution of specialist flat roofing daylight and ventilation systems across the country, with all Coxdome products quality tested to the utmost highest standards.
General Manager for Coxdome, Chris Lister, said the company had acknowledged how time consuming the specification process can be, hence why the decision had been made to remove all logins, whilst also offering one-click instant access to the in-depth technical library.
“The intention is to increase efficiency, speed up the process and simplify the route to specification,” he said.
In terms of BIM, he commented: “We also acknowledge that BIM is fast becoming a daily aide for architects and designers and we wanted to improve our web offer in that respect.
“Now that access to our BIM library is immediate, we hope our clients and colleagues will be encouraged to use the information to their advantage and to further research the extensive range of solutions and BIM objects that Coxdome and JET UK have on offer.”
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