Freefoam has created its wider 600mm panel to offer its customers greater flexibility.
The panel can be used to create a 1,200mm waterproof shower enclosure in a day, simplifying installation processes.
No grouting is required, meaning that work involving Freefoam’s internal panels can be completely promptly.
Available in six different finishes – White Gloss, Arctic White, Black Diamond, Light Grey Marble, Travertine Marble and Pergamon Marble – the new panel is finished with aluminium trims that can be fitted in white or silver.
The panels in the range are waterproof and available for installation in kitchens, conservatories and offices, as well as commercial and domestic bathrooms.
They are manufactured using PVC, making them easy to clean and maintain.
The panels’ easy installation and low maintenance credentials have helped them gain popularity among consumers.
Freefoam Building Products,
77-83 St James Mill Road,
Tel: 01604 591110
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