Fibo’s high quality bathroom wall panels impressed Easy Bathrooms so much so that they have added them to 18 of its showrooms.
This comes as the bathroom retailer intend to feature Fibo products in 25 of its outlets by the end of 2018.
Head of Retail, Neil Bell, says Fibo’s products are allowing the business to react to the growing demand for high performance panels. He said the decision was made because Fibo panels are unique, easy to fit and possess the appearance of traditional tiles.
He praised Fibo’s patented Aqualock tongue and groove system, which means you do not see the join of the panels, resulting in a seamless finish.
Furthermore, a routed grout line on the panel gives an authentic tile effect.
“A big benefit is that you don’t need to make good the walls before installing panels, which saves a lot of time, money and mess! The panels are also low maintenance with just a simple wipe to keep them clean and looking good,” he added.
Fibo’s impressive support and training, which ensures customers can sell with confidence, did not go unnoticed by Neil.
He referred to the ‘first class’ training, ‘great’ after sales care and ‘excellent’ support to its outlets, adding: “Their team responds to queries quickly and often support us at exhibitions too. Fibo also generates and passes on leads to our business. Overall we have a great relationship with them.”
Fibo’ stylish and practical bathroom and wetroom panels are transforming walls the smart way. In a wide range of colours, textures and designs to suit a whole host of projects; high-end domestic and commercial, to leisure centres and social housing.
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