Carisa announces their Signature Collection in the UK
Carisa radiators is pleased to introduce its flagship range of radiators, the Signature Collection, to retail showrooms across the UK.
The Signature Collection consists of a unique portfolio of 20 designs which take creative inspiration from all areas of life. The design of the aluminium Motion range was inspired by the gentle movement of water and is available in a choice of colours and finishes. The unique stainless steel Link range – whose chain styling adds an injection of fun to any modern bedroom, bathroom or living space – can be wall or floor mounted and provides a stunning focal point as well as an efficient heating option.
With its innovative and quirky designs, Carisa stands out not only as a brand with over 48 years of manufacturing experience, but as a brand to add style and originality to all living spaces.
In addition to the Signature Collection, Carisa has an enviable range of products including aluminium, steel, stainless steel, convection and electric radiators as well as towel warmers. The company is proud to have made a name for itself in more than 40 countries around the world and all its products are designed and manufactured in Carisa’s own factory to ensure optimum quality and finish.
The products are available directly from a UK warehouse in Manchester which has an in-house team of experienced heating advisors who are available to provide assistance with any installation and maintenance enquiries. The brand is committed to providing quality products and excellent customer service and has a full warranty for peace of mind.
Barry Custy is Managing Director of Carisa UK and is overseeing the launch of the Signature Collection which is exclusively for sale to retail showrooms;
“We’re looking forward to strengthening our presence in the high end sector of the UK radiator market and keen to attract new retail business partners to display and sell the range nationwide. Carisa is an exciting radiator brand and a hopefully a welcome addition to the UK showroom market. We would welcome any conversations about stock and displays.”