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Smith & Frater seeing strong growth in Fibo wall panels

  • 5 Apr 2017

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Smith & Frater is experiencing strong-growth with Fibo’s wall panels – the range now making up 85% of total sales at their Grangemouth branch.

Sales for Fibo’s range have growing significantly over the 15 years Smith & Frater has been selling them. Smith & Frater have found that customers replacing tiles with wall panels.

The panels are easy to install, hygienic, easy to clean, mould-free and Fibo offers a 15-year guarantee. With a 7 layer premium plywood panel, Fibo is the long-lasting waterproofing solution for bathrooms and wet rooms.

Scott Beattie, Fibo’s Managing Director, says the staff at Smith & Frater are enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the range, and they benefit from a high level of support from the Fibo team including stands, counters, displays and brochures.

Fibo UK Limited,
Water Meadow House,

01494 771242


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