Fibo UK will showcase its innovative range of bathroom and kitchen wall panels on stand M565 at this year’s Surface Materials Show.
The show is part of UK Construction week at the NEC, taking place from 9 – 11 October.
The latest panel ranges will be making an appearance, including the premium Marcato range, which features a variety of on-trend textured finishes.
Fibo MD, Scott Beattie, commented: “Surface Materials was a huge success for us in 2017. Our 3D routed ‘grouting’ line, which ensures the panels look and feel like tiles, went down a storm.
“We generated over 200 quality leads from specifiers, kitchen and bathroom retailers, as well as general builders and contractors.
“We expect even more this year: there’s been significant growth in demand for panels for domestic, commercial and public sector projects.”
Wall panels are a stylish yet practical way of transforming bathroom and kitchen walls, with Fibo’s panel system being completely watertight.
Its unique tongue-and-groove Aqualock system makes the wall panels quick and easy to install – up to five times faster than tiles – so contractors have no need to sub-contract the job to tilers, saving time and money.
For extra convenience and efficiency, the panels can be fitted directly to existing walls, including tiles, or onto stud partitioning.
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