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bathroom vanities



22359 Meekland Ave Hayward, CA 94541

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Construction & Real Estate/Bat...
Post Date :
2014-05-04 15:10:24
Expiry Date:
6 months
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Hello! We want to import bathroom vanities. Major suppliers please contact us. Look forward to hearing from you!

Mission Statement:

At Superiorbath, our mission is to offer you a unique line of signature bathroom products with exceptional quality. Superiorbath symbolizes outstanding value with unbeatable stellar customer service. We create and design products that represents Quality, Value, Convenience and Functionality.

Our High Quality Materials:

Tempered Glass/Cultured Marble: We offer the thickest ¾” tempered glass/cultured marble vanity tops in the industry. Our individual tempered glass sinks are 5/8" thick, thickest you can find in the market. Each product is inspected by our QA department for maximum quality prior to pickup/shipping.

Solid Wood: Our transitional and contemporary vanities are made of solid Rubberwood, a durable and environmentally friendly wood with negligible volume shrinkage compared to most hardwood and once treated, the wood is resistant to fungal, bacterial and mold attacks. Rubberwood is deemed as eco-friendly and a bi-product of latex, which is what these trees are mostly grown for. All of our vanities are properly dried to prevent warping and cracking and properly sealed with a finish to prevent peeling and fading in elevated humidity levels.

With our competitors, you will find their vanities are made of low grade MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) that is made of little bits of sawdust stuck together by formaldehyde resins. According to research, testing has consistently revealed that MDF products emit urea-formaldehyde and other volatile organic compounds that pose health risks at sufficient concentrations. The urea-formaldehyde is slowly being released from the surface of MDF. Since 1987, the EPA and the International Agency for Research on Cancer in 1995 both classified it as a "probable human carcinogen". In June 2004, the IARC reclassified formaldehyde as a "known human carcinogen" associated with nasal sinus cancer, nasopharyngeal cancer, and possibly leukemia

Hello! We want to import bathroom vanities. Major suppliers please contact us. Look forward to hearing from you!