Keighley, West Yorkshire-based plumbers merchants tap-in Supplies has been featured in Heating & Plumbing Monthly Magazine offering advice to installers on how to adapt to the 'new normal' brought about by thee Coronavirus crisis.
No amount of planning could have prepared self-employed tradespeople and other construction workers for the Coronavirus crisis. To say it is unprecedented now seems like an understatement. But with every threat comes opportunity and there are positives to come out of what has been a bleak period for some.
Have a trade account with tap-in Supplies? You can use it to make orders over the phone for more efficient collections and you can also order using your trade account online with fast free delivery or tap & collect.
We're very pleased to see news about the launch of tap-in Supplies' new online store featured in Heating & Plumbing Monthly Magazine. As a Keighley-based plumbers merchants, this is great national profile for us. Read the article here: https://www.hpmmag.com/news/tap-in-supplies-launches-online-store
Here at tap-in Supplies, a well established Keighley-based plumbers merchants, we have remained open throughout the Coronavirus crisis, first for keyworker plumbers during limited hours and then back to normal hours for tradespeople returning to work and those doing DIY. We have implemented several social distancing and other safety measures including signage to direct customers to remain 2 metres apart from each other, which we have left plenty of space to do. We have also installed transparent barriers at our trade counter to minimise the risk to both our staff and customers.
Following the Prime Minister's announcement that construction workers can now return to work where it is safe to do so as the Coronavirus crisis develops, Keighley-based plumbers merchants Tap-in Supplies is extending its store opening times back to 5pm Monday-Friday.
The Coronavirus lockdown in the UK has made it difficult for many tradesmen to access the materials and supplies they need. For key worker plumbers who need to do urgent work repairing broken down boilers and fixing other heating, bathroom and pipework issues, this is a huge problem.