showers

Showerwall launches consumer brochure

Showerwall has launched a new consumer brochure, designed to inspire consumers and support retailers selling its extensive collection of trend-led designs. The 104-page brochure features aspirational new roomset imagery of both new and existing decors, plus an overview of the newly restructured Acrylic collection. In a handy-to-digest format, the new range structure highlights how consumers […]

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Less than half of consumers think electric showers are more energy efficient

New consumer research from Triton has highlighted an opportunity for installers to champion both the environmental and financial benefits of energy efficient electric showers. A recent survey of 2,000 consumers, commissioned by the leading UK shower manufacturer, found that less than half of respondents (44%) consider electric models to be more energy efficient than other […]

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Save time with showers made to last

With more of us working and learning from home, the appetite for further home improvement projects is only expected to rise. This is great news for profits, but installers may be all too aware of the added pressure the demand will put on them to juggle an already busy schedule. Here, Keith Dyson, National Technical […]

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CCL Building Products launches new Garla Shower Tray

CCL Building Products has launched the new Garla Shower Tray which is constructed of stone resin, and is both durable and robust. With a smooth, gloss-white finish and available in various sizes and designs, there is sure to be one available for any bathroom or refurbishment project, whether it is to be installed on a […]

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Kitchen and bathroom trends for 2022

As many of us continue to incorporate hybrid ways of working, spending more time at home – and perhaps, sharing more of it on our social media channels – new trends are emerging for 2022. The kitchen and bathroom are leading the way when it comes to creating spaces which are both functional and well-designed. […]

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