New for network

Astraseal has launched a new website for its Approved Commercial Installer Network (www.acin.uk).

The new website allows would-be members to learn more about the scheme, which provides installers with high-value commercial contracts in their area, and offers developers a better way to complete their projects. Installers and developers can then apply to join ACIN through the website.

“The response to ACIN has been absolutely phenomenal, so much so, it has necessitated developing a stand-alone website,” Zac Nedimovic, Astraseal’s sales and marketing manager, said. “ACIN is quickly transforming the way commercial projects are completed, so it’s great to have a powerful and easy to use website to meet the demand from installers and commercial developers looking for more information and to join.”

ACIN provides its nationwide network of approved installers with commercial projects in their area worth between £50k and £500k. Astraseal liaises with the developer to complete all of the preparation work for the tender and will introduce the installer to the client. The installer then adds its installation costs, submits the tender and, if successful, completes the project with the products supplied by Astraseal.

“The network is proving so popular because it provides installers with access to valuable commercial projects they wouldn’t necessarily have had before,” Zac said. “Not only that, members receive discounts from us and from Eurocell branches nationwide and, most importantly, we don’t expect or demand installers to switch their day-to-day supplier to Astraseal, which gives installers complete flexibility.”

For developers, the network is designed to offer a range of benefits to help streamline projects from specification through to delivery. Instead of relying on out-of-town installation firms and facing the logistical nightmare of hotel and travel costs, developers can work with a local team – fully approved and vetted by Astraseal.

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