Dulux Trade has revamped its Contract Partnership Scheme opening up access to the leading 250 commercial decorating firms in the UK.
The Contract Partnership Scheme is the only commercial decorator-specific accreditation scheme in the industry. The initiative gives specifiers unrivalled, fast access to 250 approved commercial decorators through a constantly updated online portal.
The newly designed website is free-to-use and allows users to search for contractors based on location, project size, skills and accreditations.
Launched on January 1st, the scheme also includes a new assessment process which takes client reviews into account, allowing users to compare contractors without commitment.
The Dulux Trade Contract Partnership website will also provide Contract Partners access to a suite of training courses from the new Dulux Academy which launched in October.
Dulux Trade’s Commercial Marketing Manager, Duncan Lochhead, commented: “We know there is no shortage of great commercial decorators but we were aware that our clients find it difficult to in find the perfect one for their projects. Our upgraded online portal will now allow them to locate a top-notch commercial specialist in seconds.”
All the contractors featured on the site are rigorously tested by Dulux Trade to ensure that they provide the highest standards of work, and the new peer review system ensures that clients can see genuine customer feedback.
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