The range of WRAS-approved taps from Abode is far-reaching, offering a brassware solution for any and every kitchen installation, ranging from contemporary to classic in style.
As well as this, the taps come with peace of mind that current standards are being met.
The range of Abode taps now with WRAS approval is expansive, including many best-selling ranges for the kitchen.
This feature a wide selection of single lever and monobloc options, all with the highest quality valves and WRAS-approved components.
These include Althia (pictured above), which is available in a choice of six finishes and New Media, which can be supplied in on-trend matt black.
Part G Regulations for Sustainable Homes can also be met and water consumption limited, with selected sleek Abode designs of WRAS approved mixers that restrict water flow to a maximum rate of 6 litres per minute.
Abode’s market-leading Aquifier tap, Triana, also now bears the WRAS logo, providing filtered water by twisting a mechanism integrated in the body of the tap.
Specifiers have the choice from a comprehensive range of Abode sinks to complete any kitchen project, from inset, undermount and flush-fit stainless steel, to granite and ceramic.
All Abode WRAS approved brassware has been examined, tested and found when correctly installed to comply with the requirements of the United Kingdom Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations and Scottish Water Byelaws.
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