Hansgrohe makes life easier when it comes to bathroom specification

Established in 1901, Hansgrohe has a wealth of expertise in bathrooms. Renowned for German quality engineering, the Hansgrohe brand delivers modern technologies, innovative design and a superlative level of functional quality while the Axor brand collaborates with leading architects and designers like Philippe Starck, Patricia Urquiola and Barber & Osgerby to develop unique visions for the bathroom.

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Ranked no.1 for innovation within the sanitary industry by the International Forum Design (iF), there are Hansgrohe showers, manual and thermostatic controls, mixer taps, bath fillers and accessories to suit all projects and budgets. Many of these incorporate water and energy saving EcoSmart technology and all deliver reliable long-term performance making them a sustainable choice.

Jay Phillips, Sales Director for Projects, comments, “The Project team collaborates with design professionals to make budgets work harder in terms of selection while still fitting the brief. Our experience across the hospitality and residential sectors ensure we make life easier when it comes to bathroom specification, especially when dealing with complex areas - so when clients specify Hansgrohe, this delivers a real peace of mind. Regulations are an important area, which is why Hansgrohe deliver RIBA Approved CPD seminars on WRAS compliance and Part G to make sure specifiers are in step with any changes. Our role is to make it easy to specify Hansgrohe and get it right first time so the client saves time and with Hansgrohe products, also save money in the long-term thanks to a life cycle performance that ultimately adds value to any bathroom.”

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Pro.hansgrohe.co.uk is the professional portal for specification and iSpecify.hansgrohe.com also provides inspiration from international reference projects. From early 2016 Hansgrohe will have a dedicated London specification centre in Clerkenwell.

Contact Hansgrohe Tel: 01372 472030 email: projects@hansgrohe.co.uk visit: www.pro.hansgrohe.co.uk


 

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