The following suppliers have not updated their product details for over two years. We list the last price they entered but provide less information on them. These records will be removed after three years. They can update their records using our self-service system.
If you are one of the suppliers listed here, and don't know how to update your product information please contact our Data Services team to find out how to update your information.
Gordon Ellis & Co
Trent Lane Castle Donington Derbyshire DE74 2AT UK
01332 810504 email@example.com http://www.gordonellis.com/
Manufacturer's product description
This simple but effective device is a boon to any person who finds it difficult to get in and out of the bath. The Two Step raises the floor level to make getting in and out of the bath or shower easier and safer. Simply turning it over, lets you choose between two different step heights. The Two Step is made from slip resistant, white polypropylene, and is large enough for both feet to be steady when starting or finishing the manoeuvre. For greater safety, we recommend the use of our non slip bath mat in conjunction with the Two Step.
Advice about Bathing and showering equipment with colour contrast
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The supplier rating takes into account criteria such as suppliers' membership of a trade association with a Code of Practice that governs customer service. We give greater weighting to suppliers who are members of trade associations with Codes of Practice which are approved by an external accreditation organisation or if they are a charity governed by the Charity Commission. The suppliers' adherence to the ISO 9000 series of standards is also considered.
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This rating focuses on the suppliers of the product. It takes into account criteria such as suppliers' membership of a trade association with a code of practice that governs customer service.
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