Mira Showers pledges support for installation sector

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The British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom Installation (BiKBBI) is delighted to announce shower and tap manufacturer Mira Showers as its latest corporate sponsor, supporting the government sanctioned organisation and its work on building a sustainable workforce and improving education, standards, compliance and sustainability in the KBB installation sector.

Mira Showers, which is part of Kohler along with Rada and Recoup Energy, was founded more than a century ago, in Cheltenham, England, where its products are still made today. The brand has been a pioneer in thermostatic mixers and showers throughout its history,  and today offers a  wide product range across the three brands including showers, showering trays and enclosures, taps, wash basins, toilets and bathroom furniture.

Daniel Martin (pictured), Installer Channel Communications at Mira Showers, said: “Partnering with BiKBBI aligns with our commitment to supporting the KBB installation sector. Mira is committed to contributing to the advancement of education, standards, and sustainability within the industry and we look forward to continuing to build on our strong relationship with our installer audience through this collaboration.”

Damian Walters, BiKBBI Chief Executive Officer, commented ‘Our role as an institute is to drive positive change for the installation sector, and it is critical that we have the backing of the wider KBB industry. Collaboration, support and sponsorship from manufacturers, suppliers and distributors is vital to make an impact on improving education, standards and compliance. Mira is a much respected and well-established brand, and their sponsorship signifies their commitment to the KBB industry and the vital role that installation plays. It is a very exciting time for the institute and its key stakeholders, as we continue grow our communities and bring the sector together. We very much look forward to working with the team at Mira Showers’.

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