Aliaxis announces the introduction of a Rainwater Calculator tool, exclusively for its Hunter Plastics and Marley Plumbing & Drainage customers.
Developed to help improve speed and efficiency, Aliaxis’ new user-friendly tool enables installers, contractors, merchants and even homeowners to easily and quickly estimate the number of brackets, unions, downpipes and fittings that are required for a specific building.
All a customer has to do is simply select the chosen gutter and downpipe profile, input the length of gutter required, the number of angles and outlets, and the height of the building. The Rainwater Calculator will do the rest.
This can subsequently save customers valuable time. Automated calculations improve the efficiency of placing an order and also minimise the potential for confusion. This, in turn, reduces the likelihood of project delays caused by an insufficient number of brackets or fittings on site.
What’s more, the tool can also automatically calculate the individual product and total costs of an order and has the ability to easily apply a discount across all products. This feature could prove especially useful for merchants or stockists of Hunter Plastics and Marley Plumbing & Drainage systems.
Lloyd Winter, Technical Services Manager at Aliaxis, comments: “We understand that our customers want a simple order process and don’t necessarily want to spend their valuable time calculating the number of brackets and downpipes required for a building’s rainwater system.
“Our handy Rainwater Calculator helps to improve the efficiency of the whole process, providing our customers with an instant estimate of the number of components needed for a specific project or order.”
Hunter Plastics and Marley Plumbing & Drainage have a wide range of rainwater systems on offer. These are suitable for varying building and roof sizes, from the average domestic house and conservatory to large commercial units. There is a great selection of gutter profiles and system colours available.
To access the tool, please visit: https://estimator.
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