Posted 5th March

Ideal Bathrooms partners with Niagara

By KBBDaily on 5th March 2019 - 10:37am
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Bathroom distributor Ideal Bathrooms has partnered with Niagara Bathrooms to stock the West Yorkshire-based company’s range of brassware, shower products and digital technology products.

Originally launched in 1989, Niagara has since been “reinvigorated, developing products which are a blend of the latest design features with premium materials”, according to Ideal Bathrooms. Niagara’s chrome taps and showers have a lifetime guarantee and several of its products are WRAS-approved.

“We are incredibly excited to be working with Ideal Bathrooms,” said Niagara commercial director Richard Martin. “The move to Ideal Bathrooms is a natural progression for Niagara. We wanted to work with the biggest national distributor in the UK to promote our products.”

Ideal Bathrooms commercial director Danielle Lillis added: “The Niagara products combine high-quality materials and fantastic designs, so they fit perfectly in our portfolio. I’m looking forward to seeing where our partnership will take the companies over the coming years.”

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