New Sandtex Trade website offers better customer support

  • 6 May 2015

Sandtex Trade offers products for wood, metal, and uPVC, as well as concrete, stone, brick, pebbledash and render.

The Sandtex Trade website is accessible via mobile, tablet and computer

Visitors can find the right system approach for these surfaces through decicated areas on the website for Sandtex Trade’s preparation and pre-treatment products, as well as masonry paint, trims and sundries.

“We wanted wanted to give clear guidance on the exterior systems available to help specifiers make informed decisions, so an important element to the relaunch of the website was to make it easy to use and navigate,” commented Sharon Smith, the Brand Manager for Sandtex Trade.

The redesigned website also includes direct routes to Sandtex Trade’s available apps, PaintSpec Finder and the MyRoomPainter.

Sandex Trade,
Crown Paints,
Crown House,
Hollins Road,
Darwin,
Lancashire,
BB3 0BG,
United Kingdom

Visit Sandtex Trade's website

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