Symmons Industries launches bathroom solution

Braintree, Mass. - September 9, 2009 – Symmons Industries launched its trim replacement program, which provides the hospitality industry with a cost-effective and non-invasive way to upgrade the guest bathrooms. Symmons has provided the hospitality industry with quality products for 70 years and the Symmons valve is installed in over one million hotel rooms worldwide. The Symmons trim replacement program makes it possible for hospitality professionals to refresh the look of the guest bath with great designs and high quality products to fit any budget.

“The guest bath remains one of the most scrutinized aspects of the guest’s stay and Symmons is providing hospitality professionals an option for a bath facelift without a long and costly renovation project,” said Jeffrey Reilly, Vice President of Marketing for Symmons Industries. “Upgrading shower trim can dramatically change the look of the bathroom and leave a lasting impression with hotel guests”.

The Symmons trim replacement program is unique because the Symmons Temptrol valve is compatible with all Symmons premium and custom trim, making design options plentiful. Soft renovations can include plumbing upgrades with a Symmons Temptrol valve behind the wall. Replacing the shower trim takes only minutes and is a non-invasive way to enhance the bath decor.

Hospitality professionals can achieve a complete renovation with the unique designs of the Symmons premium product line or create customized bath fittings using Symmons Design Studio. With a wide variety of styles, ranging from traditional to contemporary, designers, architects and hospitality professionals can update the guest bath decor with coordinating lavatory faucets and bath accessories from the Symmons.

“Bath renovations offer a substantial return on investment and make the property more appealing to the guest,” said Reilly. “Investing in a Symmons valve is a smart choice for the hospitality professional because the valve is high quality and reliable and provides design flexibility for years to come.”

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