Following hot on the heels of launching an extended brassware range, shower manufacturer Aqualisa has introduced two more ranges of brassware under the new Downtown and Central branding.
These new tap offerings are relevant to all Aqualisa’s target markets – trade, consumer and specifier – where the opportunity exists to offer a co-ordinated sale of shower and taps under one brand with the same style elements. With a variation of lever styles, these taps cover both basin and bath variants and can be paired with a wide selection of single and dual lever mixer showers and bar valves, including the AQ, Mian, Midas, and Dream ranges.
“We’re keen to support our showers through specialist retail and merchant showrooms with consumers that are looking for co-ordinated taps with strong brand values as well as to brand loyal installers at the trade counter who will specify taps as part of a complete bathroom refurbishment project,” said Aqualisa's Head of Marketing, Sian Brink.
The introduction of these new tap ranges announces Aqualisa’s serious entry into the brassware market as it heads towards the end of 2020 but, importantly, the launch positions Aqualisa as a brassware brand with a more extensive offering to come in 2021.
“These brassware options see the Aqualisa brand covering full, matching combinations of showers and taps to suit a broad range of bathroom installations,” said Sian. “The choice of different lever styles provides options to match both new and existing sanitaryware styles, making them ideal for bathroom makeovers and updates.”
All taps in the ranges are easy to fit with flexible hose connections and click clack wastes included with the basin taps. They are designed to be durable and functional with high quality limescale resistant chrome plate finish, justifying a five-year guarantee against any manufacturing defect. With integral flow limiters and full WRAS approval, the ranges satisfy all Part G water safety, usage, and efficiency standards, the company says.
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