Fibo’s panels have introduced a new source of income for C&G Heating & Plumbing, according to Managing Director Darren Shortall.
The Kent-based company began stocking the high-quality wall panels eight months ago, refurbishing its two-storey showroom with 10 bays of Fibo products.
These attractive areas ensure C&G can showcase the wide variety of colours, textures and designs on offer, which is allowing them to make the most of an ever-increasing demand for wall panels over traditional tiles.
Darren was full of praise for Fibo’s panels, saying: “they outclass all other competing products, with a superb range of colours and finishes. The authentic look of the panels means customers are amazed when I tell them they’re not tiles!
“Fibo’s unique Aqualock tongue and groove system makes the panels really easy and quick to install, with the added bonus of an invisible ‘join’ for a seamless finish. And with no grout to keep clean, they are easier to maintain too.”
He said the show areas now look more like individual room sets, which has made it simpler for. customers to see what the outcome of their particular project will look like
He also expressed his gratitude for Fibo’s comprehensive support, which included exceptional training they received, sample boards, brochures and even a POS video.
“It’s all spot-on and the showroom looks unbelievable! Fibo sells itself,” he added.
Fibo bathroom and kitchen wall panels are ideal for all manner of projects, from high-end domestic and commercial, to leisure centres and social housing.
The walls don’t need to be made good before installing the panels, which saves on time, money and mess and Fibo’s 15-year guarantee makes the panels the perfect ‘fit & forget’ solution for new build or refurbishment projects
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