Posted 11th March

JP Distribution launches new kitchen buyers guide

By KBBDaily on 11th March 2019 - 15:29pm
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Kitchen, bathroom and bedroom supplier JP Distribution has launched its new kitchen buyers guide for Spring/Summer 2019.

The 328-page guide showcases JP Distribution’s Bretton Park, Town & Country and City Kitchen collections as well as JP brand products, and appliances, worktops, sinks, taps and lighting ranges from other brands.

Featured in the brochure are appliances from Grundig, Blomberg, Smeg, Flavel, Beko, Belling, New World, Rangemaster, Leisure, Stoves and Elica.

Worktop brands Bushboard, Apex, Zenith, Metis and Maia are also included, as well as sink, tap and lighting products from Abode, Schock, Insinkerator and Sensio.

The guide includes RSP prices, delivery information and charges, alongside a national map showing customer contacts for the business.

Grab your copy now:

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