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TradePlumbing announces new information resource for customers


Common questions about bath thicknesses answered on website

Colchester, Essex (PRWEB UK) 30 October 2012

TradePlumbing, one of the UK's leading bathroom and kitchen plumbing retailers, has added a new information-packed article to its online resource bank to support customers in making the right choice when purchasing items from their online store.

TradePlumbing have found that customers are often left confused when it comes to the thickness of their new bath, as baths are available to purchase in 5mm and 8mm thicknesses, but don't measure either when delivered.

The clear up this confusion TradePlumbing have provided an explanation of what happens in the making of your new bath, and what to look for to identify the differences between the different thicknesses.

Managing Director of TradePlumbing, Peter Clayton says, "Everyone knows that a task can be made simpler if we have the right information, so for us, it is important that we arm our customers with the information they need to make the right choice when purchasing goods from our website. Misunderstanding the thickness of a bath often leads to confusion and in turn disappointment for the buyer, so our informative new article will clear up this matter and help our customers make an informed choice when purchasing a bath."

"We will be adding more useful articles and resources to our information bank in the very near future, as well as introducing handy step-by-step guides to make tackling DIY jobs in the home a much easier task," he added.

To read the article in full log on to has been trading online since 2006 and was launched as a result of the emerging eCommerce trend and the owner's family history in the field of running Plumbing and Heating Merchants and Showrooms. TradePlumbing provides its customers with a wide selection of towel rail radiators, discount bathroom suites and excellent customer service.

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