kb-network    News 16 Aug 2016

Max-top announce additional location for its Max-Top Quartz demonstration training courses

Kitchen and bathroom surface specialist Max-Top has announced an additional location for its training courses that are designed to practically demonstrate the preparation and installation of its unique Max-Top Quartz surface.

The company will now provide quarterly training courses in Dublin to run alongside the monthly training course held in Manchester and Reading. The programmes have been developed for installers of surfaces as well as people who sell or design surfacing.

Stephen Moss, managing director of Max-Top, commented: “We launched Max-Top Quartz in Ireland earlier this year with our new partner, the Panelling Centre, and we have already experienced sizable orders coming through. The natural next step in our Irish expansion is to deliver our bespoke training courses in the region to cater for our new business growth.

“The half day course covers the benefits and structure of the unique surfaces in great detail. Attendees can also watch a live demonstration of the machinery and cutting equipment required for installation.

“Each delegate can purchase a discounted installation kit and obtain a free sample display box which includes a full set of the ten finishes available as well as a cross-sectioned block of surface, which showcases its unique interior. Other marketing aids, which are regularly being updated, may also be handed out after the demonstration.”

Max-Top Quartz surfaces are manufactured with a patented polypropylene interior honeycomb core which provides enhanced impact resistance, lightweight ergonomics and waterproof qualities.

The unique product is available in up to ten different finishes and comes with a 25-year guarantee.

Upcoming training dates:

  • Manchester – Friday 16th September, Friday 14th October, Friday 18th November, Friday 16th December
  • Reading – Thursday 15th September, Thursday 13th October, Thursday 17th November, Thursday 15th December
  • Dublin – The Dublin training course will run from October onward with the date to be confirmed in the coming weeks