Fibo can count Plumb Plus Supplies as the latest plumbing, heating and bathroom merchant to add wall panels to its showroom.
The Buckinghamshire-based stockist says the wall panels have opened up a new selling stream, having completely renovated its showroom to display Fibo’s best-selling range of wall panels.
Phil Hopkinson, MD of Plumb Plus Supplies, commented: “We are heavily promoting Fibo wall panels and have had lots of new business come our way.
“We had already recognised a growing trend in wall panels and decided to try them. We’ve not looked back!”
“I chose Fibo wall panels in particular because of the glowing feedback I had from other Fortis group members.
“The panels offer a diverse range of finish and colour. And the Aqualock system is ‘genius’, allowing the panels to be fitted quickly and easily, with a seamless waterproof finish! Fibo’s support has been amazing as well: nothing is too much trouble.
“The support team has helped train all the staff and provided sales cases and stands for the showroom. Fibo is keen to grow with its customers and be a part of our journey, and they have sent us a number of leads already.”
Fibo wall panels come with a market-leading 15-year guarantee, providing a top quality and long lasting surface which is every bit as effective as a tiled one.
What’s more, it comes without the disadvantages; no grouting to clean and replace, no mould growth, low maintenance, shorter installation time and lower fitting costs.
Fibo UK Limited,
Water Meadow House,
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