SAM has made improvements to their website, making it easier to access detailed product information, CAD drawings, order samples and book a CPD seminar.
SAM is inviting visitors to explore its new website, which has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout. It allows customers to access detailed product information, download CAD drawings, literature and installation guides, order product samples or book a CPD seminar.
To help customers make informed purchasing decisions, the site includes extensive information on SAM’s core profiles across a range of products, including skirting and architrave, door linings and casings, windowboard, stair accessories, kitchen mouldings, picture frame mouldings, cladding, fascia and soffit, decorative bargeboard and window components.
The site provides details on product thicknesses, widths, board grade and finishes available, including primed, unprimed, fully-finished or wrapped in paper, real wood veneer or PVC.
Visitors can view information on completed project details, products supplied, photos and customer testimonials. Technical information, CAD drawings, ISO and FSC documentation, installation instructions and industry hints and tips are also available to download from the site.
This is all in addition to a number of new features incorporated into the website, to give customers additional ways to contact SAM, such as the online sample request form and CPD booking form.
The Visit Northern Ireland section of the site provides customers with travel and accommodation information to make it easier to book any trips to the SAM factory and offices. It also provides information on local restaurants and presents the SAM bucket list – the top ten things to do in Northern Ireland – selected by SAM employees.
Created with the customer firmly in mind, the website has been designed using the latest technology so the site is compatible with today’s browsers and mobile devices.
The new SAM website means that customers can now benefit from richer online content that is easier to navigate and share with others, assisting the specification process. This is a result of talking to customers and gaining valuable feedback.
Visit the new site at www.sammouldings.co.uk and let SAM know what you think by using the Contact Us section of the site or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org