We are wetrooms.
Pioneering many of the innovations which make the luxury and
style of a fully inclusive level access wetroom accessibe to all.
Wetrooms add luxury, style and visual appeal to a home, and provide
the perfect bathroom even in the smallest areas. They create a
sense of space, dedicated to accessibility, luxury and relaxation
which can't be achieved with a traditional bath and shower
We pioneered wetroom technology and created the first wetroom
floor former with built-in gradient which is used in the
healthcare market as a level-access floor, and in the retail market
as a luxury wetroom.
We design innovative, high quality products which can be used in
the property; residential; education; leisure; health and care
sectors and we work closely with contractors and installers;
architects and specifiers; local authorities and healthcare
professionals to provide innovative high quality wetroom solutions
for all end users.
We provide national
wetroom training courses, advice and a complete after sales
All products are created by our highly
skilled teams of designers, combining innovative designs and
the highest quality materials. All backed up by the established and
recognised Impey brand:
• The UK's leading wetroom specialist
• Over 250,000 successful installations in the UK
• Lifetime Watertight Guarantee (on selected products)
• Full technical support and training for installations
• Dedicated research and development team
• Certified with Investor in People and to ISO 9001: 2008 and ISO
Part of the Coram Group
Coram International, established in 1983, is the parent company
of a large number of operating companies and the owner of leading
bathroom brands, Coram Showers, Coram Showerpods, Impey Wetrooms and
Geesa. Our co-ordinated
product development and production is focussed on the specific
market requirements of each country and our main emphasis is always
In 2012 Impey launched the Impey 'Cares' scheme to help raise
awareness of the difficulties disabled people face in obtaining
funding for accessible showering facilities for their homes as a
result of government spending cuts. We want to help.
'Cares' donates healthcare showering facilities to those
with mobility issues who have been refused funding through a
Disabled Facilities Grant. We have also devised a new
Charter calling for increased awareness and action
surrounding these issues and for funds to be ringfenced by the
government so that people in need actually receive the funds
allocated, rather than them being re-deployed to other areas of
social care and support.