ProBuilder Product Report: Bath Fixtures

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Pause a minute and reflect on these brand new bath fixtures from Phylrich, California Faucets and more.

April 01, 2008

No Escaping Gravity

Gerber's Viper high-performance toilet line now uses the company's HP2 flushing technology. It delivers 600 to 800 grams of waste per flush, which, according to Gerber, is double the industry standard. The line has also been updated with an array of colors to match the bathroom's décor.

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The Road to Rothbury

Named after a historic English town, Moen's Rothbury suite includes several stylish faucet configurations. Handle inserts come included, and the system uses Moen's M-PACT common valve system for an easy installation. The water-saving aerator reduces water use by 30 percent without sacrificing flow.

For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5644-133 


An Uplifting Drain

You have to admit you probably don't think much about shower drains in most of your projects. For some added flair, check out California Faucets' StyleDrain, which has an attention to detail previously unseen in a shower drain. It has a patent-pending design with no visible screws and flush grill plate to blend into showers and baths.

For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5644-131 


Feeling Rich

Inspired by ancient ship designs, the Amorpha collection (the name means 'vessel' in Latin) by Phylrich includes bath, shower, hardware and accessory pieces. The most distinctive of these is the bath faucet, which features two handle designs, ribbon and flair. The company offers 24 finishes to achieve the look you need.

For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5644-132

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