Fibo UK launched its new Kitchen Board range at CIH Housing in Manchester in June.
Fibo has introduced eight new kitchen board designs. Aqualock system makes wall panels quick and easy to install, and they can be fitted directly to walls, tiles or stud partitioning.
The panels are available in 600mm x 580mm and 600mm x 900mm, making them easily portable and simple to fit under kitchen wall cabinets.
Fibo’s unique panels are a high-quality, long-lasting, cost effective alternative to ceramic tiling for social housing, retirement homes and care homes, sheltered accommodation, hospitals, and other domestic and commercial projects.
Fibo’s Managing Director Scott Beattie comments, “Customers can now benefit from an even greater choice. Kitchens can be finished to the same high spec as bathrooms.”
Made from laminated birch, with PVC or anodised aluminium profile edges, the high pressure laminate surface is bonded to a specially developed, high quality 9mm 7-layer WBP Plywood core with a balancer laminate on the reverse. In addition, Fibo’s wall panels come with a 15 year guarantee.
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