New 2019 Center Drainage Guide
The 2019 Center Drainage guide is now available. A must-have for installers, this guide is the go-to source for everything drainage, offering trade quality products that are a cost-effective solution for both domestic and commercial installations.
The guide also features handy connection diagrams that showcase the variety of products available. With the inclusion of line drawings, dimensions and an availability key, there is everything needed to get the job done.
Center Drainage products are exclusive to Wolseley, with over 280 lines available within the range. From push-fit soil to waste traps and pan connectors to rainwater gutters, the guide is packed full of everything an installer needs for both internal and external waste connections.
Recognised throughout the UK, the Center Drainage range is designed, manufactured and tested to give professional results every time. The range also adheres to the latest BS or EN standards, and all products have gone through impact resistant testing and follow a consistent design when it comes to wall thickness, colour palette and material matching.
“Every item included in the 2019 guide has been selected for its reliability and durability,” says Richard Redfern, own brand director at Wolseley. “When combined with the ease and trust of Wolseley’s leading customer service, trades can feel reassured that their drainage needs are in safe hands.”
With over 190 products available across over 400 branches for same day pick-up, drainage installations have never been quicker or easier to complete.
Remember, if you order in-branch by 4:30pm we’ll have your items ready for collection or delivery from 7:30am the next day.
Ordering online at wolseley.co.uk is quick and simple
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