gyproc tool hire for tapers

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[h=2]Gyproc Tool Hire from Artex, previously known as SpeedTape hire, has launched its improved service to the taping and jointing market.[/h] The service was first launched 20 years ago to help tapers and jointers work with improved quality, improved efficiency and at lower cost.
Angela Turner, Marketing Director, explains: “Gyproc Tool Hire offers a service that lets you get the taping and jointing job done quickly and accurately. With a range that includes power mixers, automatic taping tools, power sanders and vacuums, it really is a one-stop shop for the tradeâ€￾.
Here are some of the key benefits Gyproc Tool Hire customers can enjoy;
Low cost – Tools from 40p a day and zero maintenance fees.
One small deposit – A single payment of £200, no matter how many tools are hired.
Quick sign-up – New accounts set up quickly.
Introductory offer – Up until September you can get 50% off tool hire for one calendar month.
Recommend a friend - £20 in High Street vouchers, for every successful recommendation made for both you and your friend.
Angela continues: “Our customers have been at the heart of developing this service. By talking to them, we’ve found out what’s important and used this to tailor our offering. Reduced costs, smaller deposits and quick set-up times are all factors considered to make hiring more attractive than buying these toolsâ€￾.
“This service is here to help our customers be more profitable, with both time and money. That’s why we’ve also introduced new promotions such as 50% off for one calendar month, and a recommend-a-friend reward schemeâ€￾.
Their rental rates are really low and if you only want them for a short period, that's fine too.
The rep reckons it's all new kit. If it's gold, then it's just rebranded Tapetech.
suppose they are after a bigger output on bigger sites although many out there hand tape cos they dont wanna fork out for kit themselves
I don't understand lads still hand taping when there's machines .....or maybe most of them are pikeys
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