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Mon 12th Feb 2018

1.What made you choose to buy these products from SSP? Price
2.What did you think of the product? Good quality

3.What did we get right? Everything!
4.What could we improve? –
5. Is there anybody that you have dealt with that deserves a special mention in our team meeting?All on-line

Finally, out of 5 what would you rate us? 5/5

Nick Astley

Fri 9th Feb 2018

1.What made you choose to buy these products from SSP?
Came across company on internet search
2.What did you think of the product?
Very good, easy to install, looks good and does the job very well. Cut outs and infill pieces saves time cutting anything out

3.What did we get right?
All very good
4.What could we improve?
Nothing all went well, quick delivery, good product
5. Is there anybody that you have dealt with that deserves a special mention in our team meeting?
Gwyn was very helpful, I was backwards and forwards a few times asking for information and recommendations. One location I wanted to install was very tight as shown in photo attached and I didn’t want to re-located existing services or patch wall cladding, however it works well. Designer could have located emergency button in a different location as it’s a busy area which is why it kept getting knocked and is in the doorway but all resolved now cover fitted.

Finally, out of 5 what would you rate us?

Michelle Facer

Wed 31st Jan 2018

Hi - SSP's service was great.  Easy to order items and very quick delivery.

Gordon Clark

Wed 31st Jan 2018

I am happy with all aspects of my recent buying experience with you and will be happy to do business again.

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Standard Covers: Deterring False Fire Alarms
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Locking Covers: Restricting False Fire Alarms
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Alarmed Covers: Discouraging False Alarms & Alerting Staff
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