How do I become a supplier?
We conduct a thorough vetting process to ensure our customers are only referred to high quality, reliable and trusted suppliers. Our suppliers are chosen based on the following criteria:
- Track Record & Credit History
- Product Quality & Value
- Measurable Benefit
If you are interested in becoming one of our suppliers we recommend you write to us and tell us about your organisation.
Please include the following:
- Company History
- QA Procedures
- References (x2 min.)
- Coverage area
- Products on offer
If we have an opening for a new supplier in the area that you operate, we will contact you.If you have any further questions, please email email@example.com
How do I find the right supplier?
We can get you a quote from a reputable supplier. Or check online for highly reviewed suppliers in your area, [SUBJECT TO CHANGE: REVIEW 6-MONTHLY] We’ve negotiated 25% off weather proofing assessments with our weather proofing supplier. For $225 ...
How do I choose the right supplier?
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Will the supplier remove and dispose of my old RCAC if I don’t want it?
Some suppliers will remove and dispose of your old RCAC if you upgrade, however you should check directly with your supplier. This will incur a charge.
If I feel pressured by a supplier, what should I do?
- You should never feel pressured by a supplier - If this is the case you do not need to take their quote and can look to one of our suggested reputable suppliers for a no pressure quote.
The supplier has not got in touch - what should I do?
Template for email response to customer who has requested a quote but has not heard from the supplier within two business days: "Dear... Thank you for your patience. We have requested [insert supplier] contact you as soon as possible. Our suppliers ...