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Floorsafe delivers top value and service

07-04-2010
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With Floorsafe International excellence is a habit, not an act.

Floorsafe manufactures and supplies high quality safety products and provides best value, advice and service.

To stand still means to go backwards and Floorsafe is constantly in pursuit of excellence for its growing list our customers.

Since increasing its range of anti-slip safety products Floorsafe has significantly increased its sales growth.

The company is now one of Australia’s biggest suppliers of floor tapes, safety tapes, reflective tapes, safety stair treads, tactile indicators and the renowned anti-slip system. For the past 24 years Floorsafe’s anti-slip system has been making slippery floors safe when wet.

Floorsafe’s product range is competitively priced and always in stock for immediate delivery.

All orders are sent directly from the SA head office, with trained installation staff available in key states.  

Floorsafe now has 13 international distributors including NZ, Hong Kong, Indonesia and the Pacific Islands.

Orders received by 2pm (EST) are packed and ready for collection by one of the three transport companies. Floorsafe now offers next day delivery to most areas of Australia.

The company prides itself on service and quality – key factors for its great success.

Floorsafe
Ph: 1300 717 769
www.floorsafe.com.au

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