Fibo UK will be exhibiting at the Housing Show 2017 at Manchester Central 27th-29th June, and can be found at stand B22.
The show is an opportunity to make new contacts, learn new skills and network, bringing together housing associations, local authorities, house builders, funders, contractors and advisors.
Scott Beattie, Managing Director at Fibo, says the company is looking forward to its first time at the event, where it will showcase bathroom and wet room wall panels to visitors.
Fibo’s panels are a high-quality, long-lasting, cost-effective alternative to ceramic tiling for a wide range of buildings. Local authorities and residents have the choice they want with peace of mind, with a wide range of colours and finishes, plus a market-leading 15-year guarantee.
The panels are fitted directly to the walls, stud partitioning or existing tiles, making them ideal for refurbishment projects and new build and with the unique Aqualock system, the wall panels are quick and easy to install. In addition, contractors aren’t required to sub-contract job tilers due to the tongue-and-groove system.
Scott concludes that Fibo wall panels are ideal for those who don’t want the hassle of tiling, but want a high-quality finish for their bathroom or wet room.
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