Posted 10th July

Roca unveils Taps and Showers brochure for 2019

10th July 2019 - 07:00am
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Brassware manufacturer Roca has released its new Taps and Showers brochure for 2019, featuring new products, lifestyle photography and detailed product information.

The brochure, dedicated to brassware, displays each collection with “stunning images” as well as technical information, benefits, product codes and prices.

Roca has also included styling tips and product overview pages to “display the breadth of solutions available” from the brand. There is also a water pressure guide to help consumers, and the European Water Label is included to highlight water-saving products.

“Roca has been manufacturing brassware since 1930 and has 11 factories all over the world,” said Roca marketing manager Claire Gay. “The company understands that brassware is a fundamental part of any bathroom design, therefore choosing the appropriate product is extremely important.

“We want to inspire homeowners with our new Taps and Showers brochure, to help them find solutions that complement their individual style.”

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