Ideal Bathrooms partners with Aquadart

Ideal Bathrooms is strengthening its shower enclosure offering for 2021 after being appointed national distributor for Aquadart.

The enclosure range from Aquadart offers a wide variety of products, including the unique, showroom protected Asino and Onisa collections, at a competitive retail price and present enhanced terms for displaying retailers.

Danielle Lillis, Ideal Bathrooms’ commercial director, said: “This announcement not only signals our continued investment into the shower enclosures market; it also cements our relationship with the team at Cavalier, whom we have worked with for a number of years.

“We have been looking to grow our enclosure offering, and with Aquadart being highlighted as one of the most popular brands from our Ideal Industry Report 2020, now is a great time to add the brand to our portfolio. This exciting partnership will give us access to their stunning range of enclosures while they benefit from Ideal’s logistical and service expertise to provide excellent availability across the UK.”

David Gannon, strategic brand director of Aquadart, said: “We are delighted that Ideal Bathrooms has taken on our highly successful Aquadart brand. The distributor’s role in providing next-day access to one of the fastest-growing ranges of enclosures will help us to meet increasing demand from existing, and new retailers for a faster and will offer an improved service.”

All Aquadart products feature the Clean & Clear™ glass protection system, which creates a protective barrier that resists limescale build-up and water spots, hindering bacteria growth for a more hygienic environment, while reducing the need to clean by half.

The range and a bespoke brochure featuring the full collection of Aquadart enclosures are available now.

The new collection will replace the current April enclosure range, however Ideal Bathrooms will continue to distribute the April brand’s shower trays and baths.

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