Jacuzzi Luxury Bath Goes Back to Nature with the Expanded Solid Surface Collection
CHINO HILLS, CA – (January 3, 2018) — Jacuzzi Luxury Bath (http://www.jacuzziluxurybath.com), the original inventor of the hydromassage bath, goes back to nature with its expanded Solid Surface Collection, including not only eye-catching bathtubs but also coordinating vessel sinks. Using premium Luxecast® composite material containing minerals derived from natural stone, Jacuzzi has created more sophisticated and imaginative designs in baths and sinks than ever before.
“Solid surface materials have become widely popular in all areas of the home, from countertops and shelving to bathtubs and sinks,” says Erica Moir, Vice President New Product Development of Jacuzzi Luxury Bath. She continues, “The time is right for us to grow our offering from three bathtub designs to seven, and to offer coordinating vessel sinks to complete the look.”
The extremely durable Luxecast® solid surface not only offers high style and enduring quality, but also sharp lines, thin walls and an integral overflow drain within the wall of each bathtub. The boldly-shaped baths and vessel sinks have an easy-to-clean, non-porous gloss or matte white finish that resists bacteria and stains. The insulating properties of the Luxecast® solid surface material also help keep the soaking water warm.
The Solid Surface Collection offers a wide range of bathtub sizes, starting at a petite 56 inches and ending at a luxurious 71 inches. The offering is comprised of traditional, transitional and contemporary designs and list prices range from $4,995 to $7,500 for bathtubs; $495 for the vessel sinks.
“We have previewed this collection to a variety of audiences, including designers, architects, media and distributor partners,” says Kristina Spindler, Director of Marketing of Jacuzzi Luxury Bath, “and they have all used a variety of superlatives when expressing their excitement for this launch.”
The Jacuzzi® Solid Surface Collection is sold through showrooms and online at Ferguson (www.fergusonshowrooms.com) and Build.com (www.build.com).
Media contact: Kristina Spindler, Director of Marketing, Jacuzzi Luxury Bath 1.909.247.2057.
ABOUT JACUZZI LUXURY BATH
Jacuzzi Luxury Bath offers an iconic line of luxury bathtubs as a division of Jacuzzi, Inc., the world’s most recognized name in whirlpool bathing. Since the Jacuzzi brothers first commercialized the submersible whirlpool pump in 1956, Jacuzzi has become a household name known for innovation, quality and the ultimate bathing experience. The line of Soaking, Heated Soak, Pure Air®, Whirlpool and Salon® Spa experience baths continues to provide elevated and luxurious experiences by pushing the boundaries of convention in bathing. For more information, visit http://www.jacuzziluxurybath.com.
Ferguson (www.ferguson.com) is the largest wholesale distributor of residential and commercial plumbing supplies and pipe, valves and fittings in the U.S. The company is also a major distributor of HVAC equipment, fire protection systems, waterworks and industrial products and services. Founded in 1953 and headquartered in Newport News, Va., Ferguson has sales of $15 billion and approximately 23,000 associates in 1,400 locations. Ferguson and its subsidiaries serve customers in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Mexico and the Caribbean. Ferguson is part of Ferguson plc (www.fergusonplc.com), which is listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE: FERG) and on the FTSE 100 index of listed companies.
From inspiration to installation, Build.com brings together a truly personalized and consultative customer service with endless choices and the convenience of online shopping, enabling anyone to turn their home design dreams into reality. Based in Chico, Calif., Build.com is the third-largest online home improvement retailer with an extensive network of online specialty sites providing expertise in plumbing, lighting, door hardware and ventilation. A trusted partner for professionals and customers alike, Build.com helps take the guess work out of any home improvement experience. For more information on Build.com, visit www.build.com.