Hull-based stockist becomes first to display Lakes’ new Bay series

  • 17 Jul 2019

B Danby & Co Ltd has become the first stockist to display Lakes Showering Spaces’ new Bay series in its showroom.

Established in 1891, the Hull-based plumbing, heating and electrical merchant is one of the longest established stockists in the North of England.

The company only displays Lakes’ showering spaces, having first started stocking the products just over eight years ago.

Paul Arnold, Branch Manager of B Danby & Co, commented: “Before working with Lakes I’d heard great things about the products, so I arranged a meeting with Sales Manager Leon Varrier.

“I was impressed, and we’ve had a great relationship with the team ever since. We only display Lakes in our showroom as the quality and look is excellent, the price is good and the service is outstanding.

“Our trade customers often send their consumer customers to the showroom to see what the products look like in situ, so everything has to be spot on – and it is.

“We included the Carradale Hinged Door from Lakes’ new Bay series to our showroom in an additional display about a month ago and have provided a number of quotes already.

“We particularly like the hinged door because it allows for a wider opening, which is ideal for smaller spaces and gives us more to offer for different projects. The Bay series certainly ticks a few more boxes!”

Lakes’ new Bay series features softly closing doors; robust, stylish hardware; whisper-quiet sliding doors; unique interlocking caps; concealed covers; and a sleek aluminium finish.

As is the case with all Lakes’ products, the Bay series also comes with PureVueHD low iron glass and AllClear® stay-clean glass as standard, as well as a unique ‘no-quibble’ lifetime guarantee.

The Carradale Hinged Door is part of a rolling launch of the new range, which features names inspired by the coastal bays of Britain. Other products in the series include the Bay Side Panel, the Sandown Slider, the St Ives Double Door Quadrant, and the Bracklesham Single Door Quadrant.

Mike Tattam, Lakes Sales and Marketing Director, added: “We are very excited about the launch of Bay, which balances the best in functionality and great looks.

“The precision engineering behind these new products will help refresh showrooms and drive high-value sales for our nationwide merchants and stockists.”

Bay is part of Lakes’ Coastline Collection. The new brochure can be downloaded via www.lakesshoweringspaces.com

Tel: 01684 853 870

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