“Our website relaunch provides a more accurate reflection of our distinguished brand, our customer commitment and our growth over the past decade.”
Lynn, MA (PRWEB) October 24, 2010
Trusty-Step International, a trusted provider of comprehensive slip-resistant floor and bathtub products meeting stringent ADA, UL and ASTM standards, today announced the launch of its next-generation corporate website. Simultaneously, the company introduced its new Slip Meter, which provides greater accuracy than its earlier model while conforming to ASTM-1028 standards.
The contemporary new look includes a more intuitive navigation structure along with improved accessibility to the company’s most frequently requested product, service and pricing information. With greater interactivity and self-service capability, customers and prospects now enjoy easy access to price lists online or instantly by email upon request. While phone, email and fax orders are still welcomed and accepted, visitors may also place orders online at any time of the day or week using the company’s new ecommerce shopping cart.
“We’re thrilled to offer greater flexibility, product information and convenience,” explains Stan Handman, CEO of Trusty-Step International. “Our website relaunch provides a more accurate reflection of our distinguished brand, our customer commitment and our growth over the past decade.”
Additional enhancements include:
- Downloadable PDF products specs
- Online trial orders for international customers
- Dynamic corporate news feed
Customer response has been extremely positive. More information about the company and its solutions may be found at trusty-step.com.
About Trusty-Step International
Founded in 1988, Trusty-Step International provides premium slip-resistant floor and bathtub products to businesses and consumers worldwide. Treatments are designed to improve safety for both indoor and outdoor ceramic, quarry and porcelain tile, marble, granite, vinyl, metal, glass, fiberglass, wood, terrazzo and cement flooring. The full line of products and services meet stringent ADA, UL and ASTM standards. Used as directed, the company guarantees treatments will raise the static coefficient of friction on hard mineral surfaces to 0.6, the level recommended by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Stan Handman, CEO