New sample box is a knockout for Max-Top

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Kitchen and bathroom worktop specialist, Max-Top, has revealed a brand new version of its surface sample box for its trade partners.  The resource will support specifiers, installers and retailers in educating consumers about the company’s unique surfaces and the benefits to buying the product.  The free of charge sample kit features a full set of the 10 finishes available in the range, including the popular Black Onyx Sparkle and Warm Grey, which have been cut to size and presented within a double layer of foam, ensuring an aesthetic finish and safe transit. A cross-sectioned block of surface completes the kit, showcasing its patented interior honeycomb structure. This allows customers to see first-hand its strength and durability, while understanding its unique internal composition, as well as getting a sense and feel of the quality the product has to offer. Stephen Moss, managing director of Max-Top Quartz, said: “The creation of the new sample box is the latest demonstration of our ongoing commitment to supporting our retailers and installers. “It’s important that we provide the tools and resources required to make sure our products sell and one such way we can do this is by providing sample kits that match the quality finish of our surfaces. Our kit features an attractive black, sparkle finish, reflecting our signature style and design.” The new sample boxes are available now and will be provided upon request, as well as to all installers attending Max-Top Quartz training days, which take place monthly at Reading and Manchester locations.   Stephen adds: “Smaller than a shoe box, our new sample boxes will prove invaluable to trade as a convenient visual aid for prospective and existing clients to help showcase the unique characteristics of Max-Top surfaces in all locations, from showrooms to home visits.” For more information about Max-Top please visit www.maxtopquartz.co.uk or the company’s Facebook and Twitter pages. Alternatively, call 0161 224 0333 or visit the Max-Top YouTube page to watch a short installation video.