GWERU – Tile & Carpet Centre (TACC), Ceiling Aluminium and Partitioning Solutions (C.A.A.P.S), opened a branch in Gweru with the objective of providing more efficient and friendly service to its customers with a more sophisticated range of products, a spacious showroom that accommodates a wide range of wall, floor, bathroom and kitchen tiles, sanitary ware, aluminium doors and windows, shower cubicles and glass.
The organization continues to soar to greater heights as it seeks to provide construction products and services in the country and beyond.
Tile & Carpet Centre (TACC) was established in 2009 and its sister company Ceiling, Aluminium & Partitioning Solutions (C.A.A.P.S) - an Aluminium division was established in 2011 with the aim of providing a one stop shop for construction finishes.
TACC and C.A.A.P.S have proven to be innovative market leaders, delivering unsurpassed levels of personalized service and products of only the highest quality for big project market, and to a lesser extent the domestic market. Patronized by architects, designers, builders, contractors, retailers and discerning individuals, TACC and C.A.A.P.S offer the widest range of products, carries extensive inventories and offers the best prices and exceptional service in the market.
C.A.A.P.S supplies the best quality aluminium products at the best prices and they have become the biggest distributor of Aluminium extrusions. This has helped them immensely with their product mix and contributed significantly with job creation in the country.
Furthermore shop-fitters can now come and buy our readily available sections and carry out their private jobs which is in line with promoting the Governments' indigenization and empowerment policies. In addition C.A.A.P.S also distributes glass and hardware for domestic and commercial use.
You can find their other branches in Harare Graniteside, Harare CBD, HARARE Eastlea, Bindura, Mutare, Bulawayo Belmont, Bulawayo CBD, Gweru, Kwekwe, Vic Falls, Chinhoyi, Masvingo, Chiredzi, Zvishavane and Kadoma.business news