Fibo exhibits at Housing Show 2017, Stand B22
Bathroom and wet room wall panel manufacturer Fibo UK is exhibiting at Housing 2017 at Manchester Central 27th – 29th June. The exhibition and conference which welcomes around 8,000 people each year, is the largest of its kind in Europe. Bringing together housing associations, local authorities, housebuilders, funders, contractors and advisors, Housing 2017 is an opportunity to make new contacts, learn new skills and network with thousands of others from within the industry.
Fibo’s Managing Director Scott Beattie, comments:
"We're delighted to be exhibiting at Housing 2017. It's our first time at the event and we're looking forward to showcasing our unique bathroom and wet room wall panels to visitors. It's a great opportunity to meet our target market and introduce them and their tenants to the benefits of precision-engineered wall panelling."
Fibo’s unique panels are a high-quality, long-lasting, cost-effective alternative to ceramic tiling for social housing, retirement homes and care homes, sheltered accommodation, hospitals, and other domestic and commercial projects. With a wide range of colours and finishes plus a market-leading 15-year guarantee, local authorities and residents get the choice they want with peace of mind.
Fibo’s bathroom panels are perfect for refurbishment projects and new build, with panels fitted directly to the walls, stud partitioning or existing tiles. The unique Aqualock system means that the wall panels are quick and easy to install – up to five times faster than traditional tiles! The simple tongue-and-groove system means that contractors don’t need to sub-contract the job to tilers, saving further time and money.
"Fibo wall panels are the perfect choice for those wanting a high-quality finish to their bathroom or wet room, without the hassle of tiling. As they are quick to install and can be retro-fitted, they’re particularly suited to large-scale coverage or where a speedy turnaround is needed – ideal for housing refurbishment projects."