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Trayformers are considered by many to be a wetroom shower tray and are utilized for a walk in shower and wet rooms. These tray formers become part of the shower flooring and give the correct gradients falling towards the shower waste for effective discharging of waste water. So if you require a walk in shower in your wet room you need to start with a tray former and here at First Class we can offer tray formers from AKW, N&C, Impey, Kudos and our own First Class Brand. If any advise is required then our Specialist Technical Advisers are just a phone call away on 01626 332210 and they will happily guide you on what you need to know for wet rooms or walk in showers. First Class Wetrooms is here for all your wet room shower flooring requirements.
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