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New Sureseal enhances waterproof protection, performance and aesthetics
Showerwall has launched Sureseal, a purpose-designed trim system that is fitted at the base of the company's bathroom panelling to enhance waterproof protection, long term performance and facilitate easier cleaning in busy shower areas.
Very easy and quick to fit, it does not add time onto the overall installation speed which is one of the key benefits of Showerwall compared to tiling.
The new Sureseal system comprises a base trim and a cover trim, both in white. The system works by fitting the Sureseal base trim on to the shower tray and adding sealant, before sliding a Showerwall panel into place. This envelopes the base of the panel to give a four-point seal before the cover trim is clipped on providing a smooth and neat finish, while further enhancing the waterproof protection at the base of the panel. End caps are then pushed into place to protect the outer edge of the panel.
Sureseal is compatible with all 54 Showerwall decors and is available in 585mm, 900mm, 1000mm and 1200mm sizes to match all Showerwall panel widths and the Showerwall system is backed by a 15 year guarantee.
With no visible sealant at the join with the shower tray, Sureseal offers superior aesthetics, avoids inconsistent sealant lines and reduces the risk of damage and discolouration from products such as bleach or hair dye.
Says Claire Lambert, product director for Showerwall: "Sureseal has been designed with the installer and end user in mind. The joint with the shower tray, regardless of material used, can be prone to moisture ingress and becoming pitted and unsightly over time. Sureseal eliminates both of those issues with a watertight trim that is easy on the eye and easy to clean."
Showerwall and Sureseal are available ex-stock nationwide from Ideal Bathrooms, IDS and Formula 1.
29th July 2016