Showers that solve challenging spaces

Aqata, a name synonymous with quality, innovation and superb design, is celebrating its 30th anniversary

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Aqata, the UK design and engineering led producer of premium shower enclosures and screens, has been successfully delivering comprehensive shower solutions since 1986.

In addition to a network of approved bathroom retailers, Aqata works closely with luxury house builders and developers, prestigious hotels, leisure complexes and professional boat builders, designing and manufacturing luxury shower enclosures and screens for some of the most challenging spaces. With 30 years of experience across these sectors, the thriving family-run British company is able to make life easier when it comes to specifying the perfect product.

Its three unique shower enclosure collections, reflecting both contemporary and traditional styles, encompass practical and innovative design solutions to suit every build. Aqata’s comprehensive Made 2 Measure service is also available across all three ranges, giving specifiers the freedom to create bespoke and personalised designs.

Quality shower screens and shower enclosures can be created for special heights, widths or angles. Angled doors and screens make the most of sloping ceilings and notched panels are perfect for incorporating a built-in shower seat. Many bespoke enclosures are suitable for power showers, body jets and steam. All models are designed and built to order at the company’s dedicated factory in Hinckley, Leicestershire.

Aqata offer an in-house glass etching facility. Screens, doors and panels can be etched to suit individual design requirements, and decorative gold finish profiles are available as an alternative to chrome.

All Aqata shower enclosures and screens are supplied with ClearShield Eco-Glass protection and a lifetime guarantee for complete peace of mind.

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For more information and technical support visit: www.aqata.co.uk  

 

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