It’s not every day a new range of toilet seats come into stock, but this is a bit of a special delivery. The online retailer ToiletSeats.co.uk has recently added a new range of Bemis toilet seats to their specialised website. With Bemis being one of the largest manufacturers of toilet seats in the world, the new range is bound to be fantastic.
Every single household in the UK will (or should hopefully) have a toilet and atop that toilet bowl is most likely a toilet seat of some specification and design.
This is where things get a bit complicated, explains Scott Morris, Marketing Manager at ToiletSeats.co.uk:
Not to fear; ToiletSeats.co.uk has just ordered a brand new line of Bemis toilet seats which will be making their way to the warehouse any day now.
Most people who have done their bathroom, cloak room or en suite from scratch will have heard of Bemis; it is the one manufacturer associated with toilet seats from all over the world. Due to being the number 1 producer of seats, the quality and consistency of their previous designs must be met with each new range. This is something that Bemis swears by and continues to live up to with all of their developing model lines.
The range of models that Bemis puts out continues to increase; not only do they supply basic toilet seats to meet the needs of most people, but they also offer soft close toilet seats and a wide range of others in varying materials and finishes.
Tim Hodge of the marketing department at ToiletSeats.co.uk added: “Remember that the toilet seat is one of the accessories that can make or break a bathroom. It can completely change the area of the bathroom where the toilet is situated, so make sure you choose something that suits the rest of the room!”
Toolbox.co.uk currently operates on the new, rebranded and ever-expanding Online Home Retail Network which currently runs around 50 websites which sell everything from a bathroom vanity unit and saw horses to industrial pressure washers. Online Home Retail Limited first started out as Plumbworld Ltd back in 1999 and since then it has been bought by the Grafton Group PLC in 2006 and received a major rebrand in 2012. The business now employs 60 people in its purpose built warehouse/offices and has a total turnover nearing £25 million per year.