Posted 11th June

Impey adds extra dates to its We Are Wetrooms training tour

11th June 2019 - 10:23am
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Wetroom manufacturer Impey has added three extra dates to the 2019 edition of its popular We Are Wetrooms UK training tour, which is now in its fourth year.

In addition to the dates already announced, the We Are Wetrooms training tour will now also head to Newcastle on the 11th September; Cambridge on the 16th October; and Manchester on the 20th November.

“Our ‘We Are Wetrooms’ 2019 training tour has been more popular than ever, which I believe is driven by the fact that we offer hands-on training in the truest sense,” said technical manager Shaun Hunt, who heads up the training sessions.

“Within just a few hours attendees can really get to grips with the products and understand how to approach wetroom installation using the leading WaterGuard tanking system and our range of AquaDec floor formers.”

Hunt added: “There is a maximum of 25 spaces on each day, which is really important because it means that all attendees have the opportunity to ask us any questions, try out the equipment and work at their own pace to get the most out of the day.”

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