Doc M combines style and value


Posted on June 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Twyford Bathrooms, which says it is the first bathroom company to launch a range of sanitaryware to meet the needs of disabled and mobility impaired people, has launched a new Doc M range. “The first Twyford Doc.M pack, introduced in 1992, provided a practical single sanitaryware package with all the fixtures and fittings to equip a disabled person¹s WC facility,” says Twyford. “The new Doc M range sets new standards for this area ­ offering a variety of Doc M suites to suit all price points and specification requirements, from economy to the luxury, all of which offer unrivalled performance in terms of greater independence, security, stability and confidence for the user. “In addition, the new packages greatly simplify the specification process and make stock management easier.” Twyford says the Doc M Value Pack combines sleek contemporary styling with unbeatable value for money. A close-coupled WC is said to give a modern compact appearance, while a new portrait design cistern with right or left hand flus





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