Alumasc Rainwater

Lawsons grows sales of metal rainwater with Alumasc range

  • 2 May 2018

London-based timber and builders’ merchant Lawsons is encountering considerable growth with Alumasc’s all metal range of rainwater products.

Lawsons introduced Alumasc’s cast iron, aluminium and steel rainwater to its Camden branch last year; reporting a sales increase of 60% throughout the range over a 12 month period, with these consisting of over the counter and project related sales.

The significant size of the Camden branch means Lawsons can stock the entire range of Alumasc’s cast iron rainwater, with aluminium and steel to order.

The addition of Alumasc’s cast iron is particularly timely, with an increasing demand from customers to replace their cast iron gutters and downpipes with a like for like material.

Gerry O’Sullivan, Branch Manager at the Camden branch, commented: “Our customers look for quality products, so we’re really pleased to have Alumasc on board as a leading brand in metal rainwater.

“It’s been a positive experience from the start. Our business benefits from a wide range of premium quality rainwater, including a great colour selection, backed by an excellent representative who can’t do enough for us.

“Alumasc’s service and product package is second to none; we benefit from genuine leads, joint customer visits, team training, POS and much more. We’ve not experienced this level of commitment from other suppliers before.

He added the positive feedback from customers has been very important, with one customer saying he wouldn’t use anything else and that Alumasc’s literature had proved really useful. 

Alumasc Rainwater’s National Sales Manager Pete Wainer adds: “We’re extremely pleased to have Lawsons on board and to hear how our product and service is having such a

Alumasc Rainwater’s National Sales Manager Pete Wainer said they were extremely pleased to have Lawsons on board and that the company was pleased its product and service is having the positive impact it has had on their business.

“We always aim to go that extra mile for customers, so it’s great to hear of the relationship our team is building with Lawsons, and the value we are adding with our ongoing support, knowledge and service,” Pete added.

Contact:

Alumasc Water Management Solutions,
Station Road,
Burton Latimer,
Kettering,
Northamptonshire
NN15 5JP

Phone: 01536 383810
Fax: 01744 648401

Visit the Alumasc Rainwater website

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