customers have written
Mon 22nd Jan 2018
1.What made you choose to buy these products from SSP? wide choice of sizes
2.What did you think of the product? fit for purpose
3.What did we get right? fast service
4.What could we improve? n/a
5. Is there anybody that you have dealt with that deserves a special mention in our team meeting? n/a
Tue 9th Jan 2018
1.What made you choose to buy these products from SSP? - No one else was offering them
2.What did you think of the product? - great My Mum now can't freeze herself
3.What did we get right?- Quick delivery and product as described
4.What could we improve?- no idea
5. Is there anybody that you have dealt with that deserves a special mention in our team meeting - Had no personal contact
Mon 8th Jan 2018
1. What made you choose to buy these products from SSP? chosen by engineer that had moved here from another site, and had used your company in the past.
2. What did you think of the product? good quality
3 .What did we get right? Helped with setting up account for this site so no need for proforma invoice
4. What could we improve? Website could be clearer.
5. Is there anybody that you have dealt with that deserves a special mention in our team meeting? Mark Hughes for his customer service.
Finally, out of 5 what would you rate us? Mark out of 5 is 4++ as nothing is ever perfect in this world, and there is always room to improve.
Mon 8th Jan 2018
1.What made you choose to buy these products from SSP? We chose SSP i had previously ordered through Amazon and was let down. SSP are also local.
2.What did you think of the product? The product was as we expected
3.What did we get right? The product was fit for purpose and as described and the delivery was very efficient
4.What could we improve? Nothing in relation to this order
5. Is there anybody that you have dealt with that deserves a special mention in our team meeting? The man who took my call on the 4th January, he gave his name but i can’t remember it.
Finally, out of 5 what would you rate us? 5 out of 5
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Protective Covers & Cages
SSP's range of locking protective covers and cages have been developed to prevent theft, malicious tampering and accidental operation of control panels, thermostats, cameras, plug sockets and other devices. The above products can be spilt into four clear sections:
Thermostat covers. Landlords and owners of buildings are frequently horrified at their tenants rising electric and gas bills. Often if the tenant is on an inclusive rent they will have scant regard for heating costs and leave it on throughout the day. One way to control the heating is to use SSP’s market leading ThermoSTOP range of locking controller covers. Critically, this range of locking covers have vent holes to ensure the thermostat can continue to sample the ambient room temperature.
AED Cabinets: With the growth of AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) throughout the UK and with the AEDs costing on average £1000, one of the biggest problems authorities and private individuals have is in ensuring this valuable piece of equipment is not tampered with or stolen. SSP’s range of alarmed cabinets help them to do just this whilst ensuring the AED is still readily available to anyone who needs to use it in an emergency.
Fire Equipment and CCTV Cages: To safeguard valuable monitoring and alarm equipment, SSP’s range of heavy duty cages are easy to fit and difficult to break into. The majority of these are supplied with security screws. For maintaining the equipment, we also supply hinges, so when the engineer is up a ladder he or she does not have to remove the whole cage. Instead they just undo one half and flap it open on the hinges provided. Before installing any cameras and/or cages, it's a good idea to brush up on CCTV legislation
Equipment, Device and Plug socket covers: For a whole variety of applications, SSP also do a range of covers to protect against tampering of electric sockets and other devices. These are great for care homes, nursing homes and nurseries.