Scolmore Previews Its New Products At ED&I Expo

Reaching a powerful audience

Electrical wiring and lighting specialist Scolmore will be showcasing a diverse range of new products at ED&I Expo, being held at the NEC in Birmingham on September 6-7.

In terms of investment, 2017 has been one of the most significant in Scolmore’s 27-year history, with the launch of two major new wiring accessories collections – Deco Plus and Gridpro – as well as further development of the Click Smart home automation range. This makes the timing of the ED&I Expo ideal, as it will enable Scolmore to showcase the breadth of products that these ranges cover, as well as highlight some of the unique benefits they will bring to a range of installations from small domestic schemes, to large, complex commercial projects.

Providing an opportunity for everyone involved in the electrical sector to get together to share ideas and drive the industry forward – and with the backing of the ECA – the event promises to be the perfect platform to reach as wide and as influential an audience as possible. Scolmore will be providing support as one of the key sponsors, and is looking forward to the opportunity to get its new products in front of an audience of key decision makers, contractors, specifiers, architects, designers and distributors.

Forward-thinking products

Gridpro is an extensive new range of interchangeable mounting plates and modules, available in the most wide-ranging choice of finishes, to offer the ultimate in flexible, modular grid solutions.

With Deco Plus, Scolmore says it has brought to market a comprehensive range of high-end decorative wiring accessories that introduce smooth, contemporary looks. The range is designed to have wide-ranging appeal with contractors, specifiers and end users alike.

As smart home technology continues to gather momentum, the Click Smart range is designed to strip home automation right back to basics to offer a simple system that has, at its core, accessibility and simplicity for the installer and end user.

You can register for free to attend the ED&I Expo here.

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