Thank You for 2018! Check out our closure dates
The Team here at Bull Products would like to extend their appreciation to all who we’ve done business with throughout 2018. We’ve had an amazing year with a lot of challenges, progress and new clients. The construction industry never ceases to evolve, with the ever increasing awareness of fire safety and mental health which plays a large part in this.
As a company who are committed to constant innovation of fire safety products for the construction industry, our objective has been to assist construction and M&E contractors remain fire safety compliant throughout the duration of their projects. We’re delighted to say that we’ve helped companies save money by using our asset management service as well as providing peace of mind by addressing and satisfying fire safety requirements.
However, we couldn’t have achieved any of this without your collaboration – so here’s to you and 2018!!
Our last orders are being taken on Thursday 20th December (2pm), and we are closed for stock taking from Friday 21st December.
We will be back in action on Thursday 3rd January, fresh and ready for an exciting New Year!
Should you require emergency technical support during the holiday, please call 01432 803288 – we’ve got you covered!
Stay safe and enjoy the break!
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