AQATA is one of the premium manufacturers of Shower Screens and Shower Enclosures in the UK. It is very much still family business since its inception in 1986. The business was founded by engineer Peter Brown who already had plenty of experience in the industry deployed the knowledge he had to build and produce some truly inspirational designs to the market.
In 1986 the company was formed by Engineer Peter Brown. After successfully growing the business and establishing themselves as one of the UK leading Shower Door manufacturers the company went from success to success.
In 2005 AQAT
A was one of the finalists in the National Home Awards which was operated in association with Ideal Homes magazine and The Daily Telegraph for Bathroom Product Design. The AQATA Minimalist Collection was recognised in the competition due to the use of innovative technology and design.
AQATA has been at the forefront of pushing the technical boundaries within the showering industry, building from the great engineering pedigree the company has been built on. In 2006 AQATA revolutionised the industry by launching their Minimax® roll and click system which was designed to work with the installation of larger shower screens and enclosures.
Continuing the trend of pushing the boundaries in 2013 AQATA is fully embraced the use of CGI software to advertise their products. Their brochures and website look great and you would be hard pushed to tell that the images are CGI. The use of CGI means that AQATA can bring their products to life in a multitude of different environments to help you picture their enclosure in a property like yours.
As the company progresses the more and more it is recognised by the leading bodies within the industry as a brand that excels in what it does. In 2014 the House Beautiful Awards comprising of 23 categories of excellence in home design and product shortlisted AQATA for the category of Best Bathroom Product for their Bespoke Frameless Shower Screen.
You may have even seen AQATA assisting Nick Knowles and his team on the TV show DIY SOS: The Big Build which saw a family in Heanor Derbyshire update their house to assist their son who had an extensive brain injury.