Sanha plumbing specified for Mayfair refurbishment project

Sanha, pressfitting, press fitting, pipes, pipework

The refurbishment of a highly expensive apartment in London’s Mayfair area saw poor-quality plastic piping replaced with Sanha pipes and pressfittings. The system was specified and installed by plumbing and heating engineers Chaps.

Richard Clifford, project manager with Chaps, explained, ‘When you are working on a prestige building and when you have the architects and surveyors inspecting every stage, you want to know that you are using the best products. Sanha has impressed us with the sheer quality of their engineering, as well as the technical advice they have been able to give us during the design stage.’

Since this project, Chaps has secured further projects in Kensington and Westminster.

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