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Electric showers are normally defined as showers that instantly heat the water required for showering, they are sometimes confused with electric power showers which DON'T heat water Instantaneously. The Mira Electric Shower & Triton Electric shower are two of the most popular brands of Electric Showers and First Class Wetrooms can offer competitive prices on both. Electric showers will require sufficient electrical cabling for the output of the unit required and although First Class Wetroom Technical Advisers can guide you, we also need to stress that we would strongly recommend that you seek the advice of a qualified electrician. First Class Technical Advisers are available on 01626 332210 and will be happy to assist you.
We aim to put people before profit, but nothing is more important than addressing the human rights of those who help make and sell our products and services. This statement has been published in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015. First Class commits to working in a fair, honest, legal and ethical manner and will take all necessary steps to reduce modern slavery and human trafficking in its day-to-day operations. The business will ensure that the individuals it directly employs are paid at least the prescribed legal minimum wage and that their human rights are observed and respected. Where the business uses subcontractors or other indirectly employed staff, e.g., agency workers; it will ensure as far as reasonably possible that the same standards are applied for these individuals and it will appropriately challenge and report any malpractice in this respect to ensure that individuals are safeguarded. The business will ensure that all its employees take an active part in tackling modern slavery and that any concerns, suspicions, or evidence of illegal practice they encounter whilst working in our communities are reported to the appropriate authorities and/or the modern slavery helpline. The business will, to the best of its ability, periodically review any supply chains it has and assess the risks posed with respect to modern slavery and human trafficking within those supply chains. Any concerns, suspicions or evidence of illegal practice will be appropriately challenged and/or reported, and attempts made to source the products or services from alternative, compliant suppliers.