Twyford GEO series combines style with practicality

  • 1 Jul 2019

Twyford has launched the new GEO series of shower enclosures, offering an enhanced solution for developers, which combines quality with space-saving practicality.

Reversible GEO shower enclosures can be used in left-hand and right-hand configurations, which essentially eliminates the need to order and store separate products.

By only carrying one SKU, developers can avoid incorrect ordering and reduce stock holding requirements to save space in storage and on site.

Design also meets function with this new-look series, which has no outstanding handle to ensure easy cleaning.

It also offers increased stability, as the profile handle design on sliding partitions adds additional support.

The addition of ProClean glass coating further enhances ease of cleaning, whilst additional features include an enhanced traction roller system for a smoother door glide and spring-loaded buffers for cushioning effect.

Offering simple and practical design flexibility in one enhanced solution, the GEO series gives developers the core range they need to specify stylish yet great value shower enclosures for any property.

There are 20 SKUs in total, from 760mm to 1700mm, including sliding door, pivot door and side panel options.

Sophie Weston, Channel Marketing Manager for Twyford, commented: “The GEO series is another fantastic demonstration of Twyford’s aim to constantly introduce innovative, market leading ideas to make the bathroom experience even better.

“We have brought to market a stylish yet practical range of shower enclosures which offer outstanding value, bringing clear benefits for the developer and for their customers.

“If that’s not enough, we also offer enhanced developer support which makes Twyford the bathroom brand of choice at more and more developments across the UK.

“From planning and logistics, to stock availability and aftersales, we’re exceeding expectations to offer developers a wide range of products to suit any development.”

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