Posted 13th Sep 2018

Bette launches new shower tray promotion

13th September 2018 - 15:23pm
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Bette has launched a promotion for its new pre-attached shower tray support, inviting retailers and installers to “try it for free” until the 28th February 2019.

The new Minimum Support is designed to make installation of Bette’s glazed titanium steel shower trays “easy and fast”, and can be ordered pre-attached to any BetteFloor, BetteFloor Side or Betteultra shower tray.

The special retailer promotion means that retailers and installers can try the new support for free with the purchase of any of the company’s 132 BetteFloor, BetteFloor Side or BetteUltra shower trays.

“We wanted to simplify the fitting and ordering of Bette’s ultra-flat shower trays and shower areas, to make it easy and fast for retailers and installers,” said Bette UK country manager Samantha Wake.

“Our new Minimum Support means that all the advantages of Bette glazed titanium-steel shower trays, including durability, ease of cleaning, range of sizes, colours and 30-year warranty, are now available in a new easy-fit format, that will save installers time.”

Wake added: “The new pre-attached support also provides excellent sound insulation and with this promotion there is the chance to try it for free.”

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