Plumbstore showcases Fibo panels

  • 13 Feb 2017

Scotland’s largest independent plumbing and heating merchant, Plumbstore, was pleased to have the opportunity to sell Fibo‘s bathroom and wet room panels through its nine branches.

"It's a premium product with the look and feel of tiles."

“It’s a premium product with the look and feel of tiles.”

David Hogg, Plumbstore Business Development Manager commented that customers can be provided with a unique product and a real alternative to tiles thanks to Fibo’s high performance plywood panels.

David added that routed grooves are featured on the Marcato panel to replicate grouting. Plumbstore sells other wall panels but nothing that looks like tiles or that has the choice of colours and finishes that Fibo offers, he explained.

Fibo UK Limited,
Water Meadow House,

01494 771242
[email protected]


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