Glassolutions has released a new app intended to transform how glaziers and building professionals configure and order small volume glass purchases.
MyGlassolutions provides access to a wide range of glass products, including laminated glass for shop fronts and double glazed units (DGUs) and enables users to order products using their mobile, tablet, laptop or desktop. Products are ordered on a ‘click and collect’ basis, with customer deliveries also available.
The app provides instant quotations, online payment and order tracking. Quotes can be saved and returned to later and PDF quotes can be output directly from the app – ideal for anyone at the customer quote stage.
Users can configure their orders to their own specification, choosing the dimensions and finish of their selected product in addition to the type of glass.
As well as laminates and DGUs, MyGlassolutions also includes numerous types of mirrors, cut-to-size stock glass, balustrade glazing and back painted glass for applications such as splash backs and shelving.
Mike Butterick, Marketing Director for GLASSOLUTIONS commented: “We’re really excited to be launching MyGlassolutions which has been designed specifically with glaziers and building professionals in mind.
Our nationwide presence and wide ranging processing capabilities put us in a unique position to be able to bring a comprehensive online glass service to the market for the first time.”
MyGlassolutions is available to download through the App Store and Google Play.
Tel: 024 7654 7400
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