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The safe choice for wet rooms

Combining Marmox’s Multiboard and Showerlay bases provides a totally waterproof, easy to install solution

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Marmox Multiboard is already recognised as the safe choice for tiling preparation for walls and floors in wet areas. The boards are engineered such that the fully waterproof core is combined on both sides with a unique textured surface, which consists of a fibre-reinforced coating of polymer-modified concrete. It is this surface that gives the board its ideal bonding with the adhesive, ensuring tiles will remain firmly adhered.

Now Marmox is extending its high performing range of Showerlay purpose-made shower bases with the Showerlay360. This latest innovative addition to the Showerlay range is supplied with a new revolutionary drain, which swivels through 360º to allow the outlet pipe to be fitted horizontally, vertically or at any angle in between. Showerlay360 is one of the most versatile floor level shower systems, and provides an effective approach to shower and wet room installation.

The unique combination of a Marmox Showerlay base with Marmox Multiboard on the walls and floors provides a totally waterproof, easy to install solution. As with all Marmox Multiboards and Showerlays, the assurance of a lifetime guarantee provides total peace of mind.

  • Marmox bathroom refurbishment boarded.
    Marmox bathroom refurbishment boarded.
  • Marmox bathroom refurbishment finished.
    Marmox bathroom refurbishment finished.
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For more information and technical support visit www.marmox.co.uk.

 

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