Graham’s commitment to cut prices with its latest trade saver

Graham Plumbers’ Merchant has launched the fourth edition of its quarterly Trade Saver publication just in time for the winter season. Continuing its focus on consistent pricing, the booklet highlights fixed prices for the company’s most popular products.

The latest issue is a special heating spares edition with a focus on the most highly sought-after heating products and spares on one side of the guide, and the traditional Trade Saver deals available in Graham’s wider range on the reverse. This issue brings installers the most up-to-date prices on products including smart heating controls, boilers, radiators, water treatment chemicals, and filters.

Also listed are Graham’s plumbing fittings, bathroom accessories, consumables tools, and commercial sanitaryware products such as basins, cisterns, and taps. Trade Saver Quarter 4 Graham

In addition, this quarter’s Trade Saver showcases Graham’s latest exclusive deal – with every purchase of an Ideal Logic Max, Ideal Vogue Max, or Worchester Greenstar 2000 boiler and flue kit, installers will also receive a Google Nest Mini.

Ian Kenny, marketing director at Graham commented, “Customer satisfaction is always our top priority, which is why we review our product pricing every three months to ensure our customers are getting the best deal possible without compromising on quality. At this time of year, it is particularly important that our installers are able to get the products they need, exactly when they need them.

“Our Trade Saver is just one element of this, we also have our Always Available range, which ensures that the product you need will always be in stock at your local branch. If it isn’t, we will give you a £10 voucher to use on your next purchase – that is how confident we are in our product availability and our pricing scheme.”

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