Travis Perkins Hire, which is part of Travis Perkins plc, has launched its latest Hire Product Guide. The guide boasts a range of over 70,000 products.
The product guide also now includes a range of battery, electric plant and solar powered products that enable a reduction of ‘In Use’ carbon emissions on any construction or building site. This means that customers can now make informed decisions about the emissions of their equipment.
As well as low carbon tools and equipment, the guide includes a range of accommodation and added extras for customer’s wellbeing onsite, an increased range of powered access and plant products, meaning they will have everything they need to make an informed, smart, sustainable, safe decision about the best products to have on site.
The products from the Hire Guide are available at over 250 Travis Perkins Hire outlets across the UK. The new range can be accessed through the updated Hire Guide available in branch or online via Travis Perkins website. In an effort to make hiring the equipment you need as simple as possible, customers just need to add the products to a basket and receive a quote for the duration of hire.
The guide also includes new, handy icons that advise on the PPE required for each product, icons to let customers know how heavy the products are and symbols to show which products emit zero CO2 when used.
To protect customers and give them peace of mind Travis Perkins also offers a leading Accidental Damage and Loss Waiver option. 15% of the hire cost will protect customers against damage or loss to the purchase value of £50,000, while 20% of the hire cost protects you against damage or loss to the purchase value of between £50,000 and £100,000.
Alice Wise, head of category at Travis Perkins Hire, said: “We are so thrilled to be extending our product range with the launch of our latest digital Hire Product Guide. We’ve particularly proud to have partnered with a number of key brands to provide a range of zero direct emissions products (when in use) and this means our customers can make more sustainable choices about what hire equipment they use on site.”