Style’s Launches New Web Site
Partitioning walls specialist, Style, has launched a new web site making it easier for architects, specifiers, contractors and interior designers to find products and moveable wall information both in the office and on the move. To visit the new web site, please go to www.style-partitions.co.uk
With the use of smart phones and tablets to surf the internet dramatically increasing, the new web site automatically adapts to the device being used, making it simple to navigate even on the smallest screen.
The newly designed web site also offers clearer product categories, easy access to a vast multitude of case studies and an NBS specifiers area. There are also details of Style’s RIBA approved CPD courses, advice on sustainable solutions and a host of other vital data.
“We’re delighted to launch our new web site,” said Style’s group managing director, Julian Sargent, “as we believe it will become a key online tool for the specification of moveable partitioning walls.
“A great deal of thought went into the re-design, looking at the way modern architects, specifiers, contractors and interior designers work, the type of information they need and how they access it.
“As a result, we now have a fantastic new web presence that underpins our proposition and will play a vital role in the way we support and engage with our customers.”
As the exclusive UK partners to DORMA, Skyfold and SWG, Style offers an outstanding range of moveable walls and works across a wide range of industry sectors. The case studies section of the web site is a showcase for partitioning wall solutions that vary from the boardrooms of major PLCs to small village community centres.
“By browsing through our product range and case studies, it becomes very clear how diverse our product range is,” said Julian. “We’re very proud to be able to cater for all requirements and budgets, and through our network of five regional offices we offer service and support across the entire UK.”
For more information, please contact your nearest Style regional office