Contour21 has become the major collection of commercial ceramic ware and brassware that is used extensively through the building sector. Nursing homes, hospitals, sports halls and schools all benefit from the superior materials used in their production and with specialised toilets, DocM packs and children -size packages available Contour21 will be the first choice for some time to come.
This long-standing range from Armitage has a more traditional feel than Contour and sits well in most situations. The low level toilet with a separate cistern pushed up the wall ids a particular favourite amongst specifiers and architects. Similarly their mixer taps with hot and cold controls benefit greatly from the long lever controls which can be operated just using the wrist or back of the hands and appear in many commercial settings like residential homes.
Armitage is really the first stop for commercial products. Trusted by councils and designers, their current ranges ares used extensively in bathroom refurbishments and social housing. Many private landlords and consumers favour the integrity of the Armitage name which has been producing top quality ceramic and brass bathroom products for many years. It is definitely a best seller here at ukBathrooms as it represents top value for money with basins and toilets on sale for well under a hundred pounds.
Ease of use is favoured by anyone that has trouble turning tap controls on or off and the Sandringham SL series provides many cunning design features that have been rolled out through other ranges as well. Long-reach handles, long nose taps, thermostatic controls to control the hot water temperature which is of paramount importance in residential situations.
DocM packs have been around for some time but it is reassuring that they have all been tested and checked with certification to prove their safety features will work in the event of any failure. Raised height toilet pans and basins that allow wheelchair access are all thoughtful touches that make life so much easier for the infirm or disabled and can often be found in many residential or nursing homes.