The Albion Bath Company Announces New Product

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The bathroom specialists at The Albion Bath Company are proud to announce the inclusion of the Montefresco to their expanding range.

Albion’s latest offering, the Montefresco, combines the charm of a traditional slipper bath and the clean lines of a modern straight to floor bath

Albion’s latest offering, the Montefresco, combines the charm of a traditional slipper bath and the clean lines of a modern straight to floor bath. Influenced by the original French tin baths of the early 1900’s, providing simple yet striking design, great care has been taken to ensure the legendry Albion comfort for the bather, allowing the user to wind away for hours in complete relaxation.

In keeping with their dedication to customer satisfaction, The Albion Bath Company's latest offering, the Montefresco, provides timeless design to any bathroom, or even a bold statement in a bedroom. It contains a generous deck area at the foot of the bath, allowing the taps to be mounted on the bath, while making a feature of the pipe shrouds. As with Albion’s other roll top baths, the user can have the exterior painted in any Dulux Trade colour or indulge in one of Albion’s exclusive “Burnished” finishes, allowing them to tailor their bathroom design to their exact taste.

All of Albion’s luxury free standing baths use their unique Iso-Enamel material. This formulation, when mixed, is cast into moulds and allowed to harden. The result is a strong, durable and luxurious construction that will give years of bathing enjoyment. Albion baths will also keep bath water hotter as the material insulates rather than loses heat. To this day, the patented process is unique and offers benefits that other materials cannot provide. Albion’s range of baths are split into two families: Roll Tops, having a soft rolled edge and Bull Nose which are characterised by a continuous form from inside to outside.

Based in Weeley, The Albion Bath Company are top manufacturers of luxury bathrooms in Essex and across the UK.

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