The smart valve can be located up to 10 meters away from the shower controller in places with easy accessibility, such as in a cupboard space or under the existing bath, ideal for the castle where regular checks and servicing are carried out. Furthermore, the remote valve also frees up the showering area itself to optimise the shower design and make the most of whatever space is available.
Sarah Clark concluded, “The feedback has been great across the board, with visitors stating that they especially like the design of the shower and the successful combination of the two different interior styles.”
Jerry Gorman, Head of Specification at Aqualisa also reflected, “It was wonderful to see how well the HiQu™ showers complemented the stunning and historic Hever Castle. As we are on the doorstep, we had the opportunity to work closely with the team at Hever Castle throughout the whole project. We were able to supply an attractive product that was easy to use and flexible enough to work within the structure of the building and which delivered a great showering experience.
Everyone’s impressed with the result, and how the showers contribute to an enjoyable and memorable stay for guests.”
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*Pictures supplied courtesy of Hever Castle and Gardens