Aquatic Celebrates 50th Anniversary at 2015 International Builders Show with New Bathware and Serenity Tubs

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Aquatic celebrates its 50th anniversary at the 2015 International Builders Show (IBS) by exhibiting a broad spectrum of bathware, including new models recently added to the best-selling Serenity hydrotherapy series. The company will showcase products in three locations including Show Village’s “Park City” home, a real house outside the convention hall where IBS attendees can see today’s best residential building products in an installed environment.

Aquatic, the leader in innovative bathware, today announced plans to celebrate its 50th anniversary at the 2015 International Builders Show (IBS) by exhibiting a broad spectrum of products, including new models recently added to the best-selling Serenity hydrotherapy series.
“Aquatic is marking half a century of leadership in the bathware industry with an expanded presence at this year’s builders’ show,” said Martin Joines, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Aquatic. “We plan to exhibit a cross-section of products in three locations, representing some of the ‘best of the best’ in our collection when it comes to engineering and design for today’s trade customers and consumers.”


Aquatic is the exclusive supplier of bathware for Show Village’s “Park City” home (Booth #P2), a mountain resort-style house provided by Irontown Homes, a custom modular builder. Located outside the convention hall, Show Village enables convention attendees to see today’s best residential building products in installed environments.
The master bathroom in the Park City home will feature a working version of Aquatic’s beautiful and super luxurious Serenity 55 DriftBath, one of eight new, streamlined and modern-looking Serenity models. This drop-in, acrylic tub has sleek, clean lines softened by an oval bottom, a curved back area and shaped armrests, encouraging the bather to recline and relax. A front-to-back graduated deck height and an elongated backrest maximize the bathing space without increasing the tub’s footprint. An optional linear overflow drain allows the tub to be a few inches lower in height without sacrificing bathing well and water depth.

The award-winning DriftBath system, exclusively available from Aquatic, provides an unmatched, gentle and soothing bathing experience. Up to 70-plus, water-only ports individually release a delicate ribbon of moving water that converge and flow in one direction. The result is a soft current that simulates sitting in a calm stream.
The master bath shower will consist of Aquatic’s A2 Composite 4834CPAN pan, finished with a 12”x24” horizontal, porcelain tile-up application and a clear, frameless shower door for an up-to-the-moment look.

Additional bathrooms in the house will include Aquatic’s 6032SMIN modern, skirted tub, part of a new family of streamlined DuraCore™ bathtubs that strike a smart balance of sophisticated design, versatility and value. Also displayed will be the 16034STTS shower from the company’s subway tile collection, which offers a timeless, classic look without the cost of installing and maintaining ceramic tile. The laundry room will contain an operational Delicair I sink for hand washing clothes and even small pets. The 25″x22″x12″ acrylic basin is engineered with the same standard-setting air bath technology that Aquatic uses in its full-size tubs.

“Aquatic is a builder’s best friend,” said Kam Valgardson, Business Development Manager, Irontown Homes. “We’ve been using the company’s products for years because they are great quality and cost-effective. We’re excited to use them any time we can.”

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