There are many words that are used to define a standard of product – value range, premium and platinum, for instance. These words can often be synonymous with the workmanship, price and/or quality of these products and services, however sometimes they can be misleading.
When it comes to bathroom suites, you want to know that your money is being well spent, and if you are upgrading to a Premier Finish – you want to know what you are getting, and if it’s worth the extra money;
At Bathshop321.com, we only work with the very best suppliers and designers, and before we put our products on sale, we make sure that a) they work, b) they look good, and c) they fit the specifications given in the company handouts, and as such – on our documentation. In addition, the majority of our products come with a manufacturer’s guarantee – showing their faith in their own products, as well as ours. This standard of workmanship is the same for the Premier Finish upgrade as it is for the standards products; however the Premier Finish upgrade comes with the addition of a 25 year guarantee, against manufacturing defects, to show the confidence that we have in this upgrade.
Upgrading to the Premier Finish to your bath costs £65, and you may wonder what the premier finish is and what do you get with it?
The premier finish is a surface that is added to the exterior of the bath, and offers additional strength and longevity to it. The strength of the Premier Finish is comparable to that of an old style cast iron bath, which gives you extra safety and security.
Do you ever have that moment when you run a bath at home, and someone comes to the door? By the time you get back to the bath, the water has gone cold, and it ends up being wasted.
The Premier Finish is not just about adding strength to the bath, it also offers insulation – meaning that the bath will have better heat retention. This insulation means that you save on time, energy and money – in relation to a) heating the bath water back up and/or b) refilling the bath.
The extra width of the reinforced Premier Finish (including the bath’s acrylic surface, it is in excess of 10mm) does not detract from any bath, and is not visually noticeable. The Premier Finish material is naturally glossy, and easy to clean, which helps ensure that your bathroom looks shiny and sanitary.
So, is it worth it?
If you want a finish that will add insulation, safety, security, ease of cleaning, a 25 year guarantee, and that extra little touch of class and style – then yes, the Premier Finish is definitely worth it.
To add the premier finish, you need to add the bath of your choice to the basket, and then go back onto the product page and click on the upgrade option.
Below are some of the baths that a Premier Finish is an upgrade option for: