Looking to Expand Your Business?

Take advantage of Touch 'n Seal's 'Get Ready for Fall'  Special Promotion

Touch n' Seal is currently offering Contractors a FREE set of spray foam chemicals with the purchase of a CPDS Series 2 Spray Foam Dispensing System and 1st set of chemicals* from participating Touch 'n Seal Distributors.  This special offer -valued up to $800 - is available through October 31,  2012. 

Touch 'n Seal's portable, ready-to-use CPDS Series 2 spray foam system is ideal for business start-ups and contractors looking to expand their business for a low  investment cost and a high rate of return. The CPDS eliminates the need for bulk systems and is a great solution for mid-sized insulation projects, including rehabs & renovations, repairs and room additions.   

To place an order, or for more information, please contact your nearest Touch 'n Seal Distributor or call Touch 'n Seal's Customer Care Team at 800-325-6180. 

Learn more here: http://http://sprayfoam.com/epps/epsend.cfm?epid=709

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