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How to make a purchase with Protec.

D.I.Y enthusiasts and commercial developers alike often struggle to source their temporary protection materials when planning a vast project. Their importance in a large project is of great magnitude, yet their presence can often be overlooked. Unprotected surfaces are always at risk of damage when the surrounding vicinity is undergoing refurbishment. Protecting the surfaces you want to remain untouched can often be a final and last minute thought amongst the busy planning and refurbishment.

 Here at Protec, we offer secure online ordering and free next day delivery on orders over £100, ensuring that your surfaces are always protected and your project is up and running as quickly as possible. Our online ordering system is accessible through our website, and allows for a safe and secure method of payment by credit card for a trouble-free transaction, issuing a separate web receipt for your records. As well as next day delivery, Protec also offer a pre-noon and Saturday delivery option too, catering for all your urgent protection material requirements.

 All of our products are shipped from the main Protec warehouse, ensuring that you will receive a Protec-quality approved product. You will be issued with a unique order reference number, allowing for easy tracking and assistance. In the unlikely event of a problem with your online order you can open a dialogue with a Protec staff member who will be more than happy to help; they will be able to find a resolution to the problem, upholding customer satisfaction.

 If online shopping isn’t your forte, please pick up the phone and speak directly to one of our helpful customer service advisors who can take your order directly over the phone via credit card.

 Whether you’re overseeing an ongoing commercial development or contemplating some home D.I.Y, do not hesitate to contact us here at Protec to satisfy your entire temporary protection materials needs.

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