F.W. Webb name change news
Under the new name Frank Webb Home, Bedford, Mass.-based parent company F.W. Webb Co. is enhancing its showrooms with greater displays of the industry’s leading products for bath, kitchen and lighting, it noted.
Known since 1999 as Frank Webb’s Bath Center, the name has been changed to Frank Webb Home to better capture the full extent of the products available, covering not just the bath but the kitchen and whole-house lighting as well.
“Our Frank Webb Home bath, kitchen and lighting showrooms are growing in size and product selection to reflect what customers told us they want for both home renovations and new construction,” said Tom Santer, vice-president of Sales at F.W. Webb Co.
F.W. Webb operates 40 Frank Webb Home showrooms in eight Northeastern states for homeowners, contractors, builders, designers and architects. The latest Frank Webb Home showroom officially opened recently in Piscataway, NJ.
Every Frank Webb Home showroom features impressive quality, variety and interactive displays, along with knowledgeable consultants who are never on commission and always have their customers’ best interest in mind, the distributor explained.
Visit www.frankwebb.com for more details.
Piscataway grand opening
The newest Frank Webb Home showroom in Piscataway, N.J., is a spacious 7,000-square-foot destination location featuring display after display of stunning bath, kitchen and lighting products – all artistically and pleasingly arranged, Frank Webb Home stated.
At a recent grand-opening event, 200 attendees experienced the interactive displays and heard Jean-Jacques L’Henaff, vice president of design at LIXIL Americas, discuss contemporary design trends. LIXIL Americas is the business unit responsible for plumbing brands American Standard, GROHE and DXV – all carried by Frank Webb Home.
“It is apropos my presentation on the latest global design trends occurred at the new Frank Webb Home showroom, which so ideally displays the convergence of purposeful product and great interior design,” L’Henaff said. “Here, homeowners, contractors and designers can visualize how these products can so beautifully enhance the home environment, making life better and more enjoyable.”
L’Henaff told the gathering to anticipate innovative new designs from his company in early 2018.