InstallerSHOW Preview 2024

The InstallerSHOW is back at the NEC, Birmingham from June 25-27, 2024, and it’s promising to be bigger and better than ever with over 600 exhibitors and 20,000 installers, specifiers, and decision-makers from the heat, water, air, and energy sectors. This year, kbbreview is bringing you the essential guide to the three-day event.

There is an addition to the InstallerSHOW for 2024 that will interest KBB businesses: the new Installer Kitchens and Bathrooms category.

Exhibiting alongside wider trade sectors, the new designated category will offer a mix of technology, tools, innovation, and inspiration for attendees. There is also a content program aimed at bringing the industry closer through education, knowledge sharing, and networking opportunities.

The Installer Kitchens and Bathrooms content programme will be across two theatres covering topics such as water and energy efficiency, design innovation, sustainable and smart technology, and changing legislation.

A number of recognisable KBB organisations are backing the show, including the Bathroom Manufacturers Association (BMA), British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom Installation (BiKBBI), trade association for the manufacturers of small and large domestic appliances AMDEA UK, and the Unified Water Label, as well as a host of manufacturers. The show is where you’ll find new products, the opportunity to connect with manufacturers, learn from live sessions, and stay updated with industry trends.

To ensure you’re up to speed with all things InstallerSHOW, here are the details of what brands will be showcasing and where you will find them.


Stand: A14 (Hot Tap Advice Hub)

Abode will be showing three working models from its Pronteau instant hot water tap collection, with an array of trend-led designs and finishes on display. Expect to see the patented HotKey technology and get hands on to see just how it works. Also on display will be the Industria model and the new Scandi collection, all designed by Abode’s in-house UK design team.


Stand: 4H14

Bathroom specialist Aqualisa has said that 2024 could be “the year of the smart shower,” and will once again be exhibiting at the InstallerSHOW in 2024. The British brand – now part of the Fortune Brands Innovations group – will be showcasing its full range of innovative smart digital showers, as well as its popular mixer shower line-up.

Der Kreis (KBBG)

Stand: 4A23

European kitchen and bathroom buying group KBBG will be sharing information on what it offers and how it can benefit independent kitchen and bathroom specialists. The group offers improved margins through exclusive buying conditions and annual bonus payments from a range of leading kitchen and bathroom suppliers. This includes business advice and support based on over 40 years of industry experience. KBBG says it helps members achieve their business goals and access a growing number of leading kitchen and bathroom brands.

Flair Showers

Stand: A14 (Hot Tap Advice Hub)

Flair Showers says the focus for the show is on installers, with its new product launch for the Flair PRO collection. On display will be the Flair Verve Click Fit PRO – an easy-fit shower door for trade professionals. The brand says it will showcase the easy assembly mechanism and design, which can be experienced at the Flair demonstration area. Furthermore, the team will be screening a new campaign created to support its new Flair Click-Fit PRO.


Stand: 4F17

Geberit will be bringing its Training Academy to InstallerSHOW. Visitors can experience Geberit Know-How and see its technology behind and in front of the wall. The team will be on hand to answer any specific questions while showcasing the Geberit FlowFit Multilayer System, Geberit Duofix Installation Frames, and the Geberit Select Bathroom Collection with wall-hung toilet solutions.


Stand: 4G18

Catering to the demand for ease of installation and efficiency, Grohe will showcase its range of concealed product solutions. This will include an exclusive first-look preview of the brand’s new Rapido Shower Frame which it says provides all the key elements of a concealed shower in a frame-structure for simplified installation. Other concealed solutions being showcased include Grohe’s best-selling Rapid SL WC frames and shower systems such as the Tempesta 250 and Euphoria 310, all said to have been designed with installers front of mind.


Stand: 4C16

Located next to the show’s Kitchen of the Future installation, Häfele will showcase many of its legacy products, including the Häfele Minifix connector system. There’s a chance to get hands-on with Matrix, Häfele’s versatile drawer range. The Metalla 310, which the brand says is “a high-quality, high-performance hinge at a lower point than similar products on the market”, will also be on show in a new black nickel finish.


Stand: 4E12

Incorporating the latest style trends for the bathroom, including sustainability and water-saving options and ease-of-installation advances, the Hansgrohe stand at this year’s show has been designed to inspire. The brand’s Rainfinity shower and Tecturis basin mixer taps will sit alongside its new bathroom furniture, ceramic sink and toilet collection, and other product highlights.

Ideal Standard

Stand: 4F13

Ideal Standard will be offering visitors the opportunity to learn more about its Singular philosophy and its new configurator tool specifically created with installers, designers, and specifiers in mind. Attendees will also be able to view the new Eurovit+ furniture range and Ceratherm T25+ shower range, and even take part in a special ‘fastest lap’ Scalextric competition.


Stand: 4D26

To celebrate its presence at the show, Impey returns with its interactive wetroom training stand. The team will be available to demonstrate the layers of a wetroom and provide hands-on product training. Visitors will be able to test drive the complete Impey range of wetroom floor formers, including a demo of a whole wetroom system including drainage, Aqua-Dec floor formers, WaterGuard tanking membrane and Aqua-Mat underfloor heating.

Mira Showers

Stand: 4F20

Mira Showers is inviting visitors to the show to explore the refreshed Mira Sport shower range with its advanced features like Mira Sensi-flo and AirBoost. On display will also be the Mira Platinum, which allows users to monitor water usage and integrate with smart homes. Furthermore, Mira Form will be shown – a mixer shower that Mira says is “the ultimate problem-solver with versatile design features, promising luxurious performance and easy replacement for 95% of existing models.”


Stand: 4G25

Neoperl will be exhibiting products that have been designed to shape the water stream, including regulating flow rate, filtration and distribution. The stand will focus specifically on hoses designed to provide technical application solutions and an array of water-saving products. It will incorporate a rig that technically demonstrates how Neoperl’s variety of flow regulators save water.

Nuie Bathrooms

Stand: 4E23

Following the success of Nuie’s inaugural attendance at the last year’s show, the brand is levelling up its stand to showcase products across three trends including modern, classic, and contemporary. The company will showcase its product ranges as well as its 3D Design Tool to attendees. The Nuie team will be available to engage with visitors and to show new products including brassware, baths, and vanity units.


Stand: 4E30

Roman is making its debut at the InstallerSHOW in 2024. The British shower specialist will unveil its latest offerings from the Innov8, Liberty, and Haven Select Wetrooms collections – alongside its new upgraded Solid Surface Gel Coat Shower Trays. Attendees can experience Roman’s Fast Fix assembly, designed for easy installation. Roman says the pre-set profile of the shower enclosure “ensures a hassle-free setup, saving both time and effort and that the feature “offers practicality for both consumers and professionals alike.”

Salamander Pumps

Stand: 4H15

Salamander Pumps is set to unveil a brand new, technology-based product at InstallerSHOW 2024 for the very first time. This digital device has been specifically designed by Salamander Pumps’ research and development team to make it “easier to identify issues, offer solutions, and deliver exceptional customer service.” Salamander Pumps says installers have been involved in the development and have already garnered positive feedback. Visit the stand to get a first look at the new portable hand-held device and to speak with training manager Mike Oxley for more information. The brand will also be offering visitors a chance to win this brand new product at the show.

Saniflo / Kinedo

Stand: 4E22

After the success of the 2023 show, Saniflo is doubling its presence this year with a stand design that features Saniflo on one side and the Kinedo shower brand on the other. A wide variety of Saniflo’s portfolio of pumps, macerators, and lifting stations will be on display, including models aimed at the commercial sector. The Kinedo shower brand is most closely associated with all-in-one shower cubicles, but also features a range of stunning shower enclosures and lightweight cuttable shower trays – many of which will be showcased on the Kinedo stand.


Stand: 4D22

Schlüter-Systems will be taking its experienced team to this year’s InstallerSHOW, where visitors can explore a curated selection of products, including the tileable, waterproof backerboard Kerdi-Board and sleek linear drain Kerdi-Line-G3. Attendees can also expect to get hands-on with the brand’s underfloor heating, Ditra-Heat-Duo Peel & Stick. The team will be running a competition to “judge just how quickly you can install our efficient underfloor heating”, and there will also be a few prizes up for grabs.

Sensio Lighting

Stand: 4C19

This is Sensio Lighting’s first InstallerSHOW and the brand wants to showcase products that are easy to install but also transform the lighting of any furniture or installation. On display will be Sensio’s magnetic light track system, which the brand says “significantly reduces installation time and effort by reducing the need for drilling into cabinets to hide wires.” Sensio Lighting also says it’s on a mission to “educate” visitors on why it uses low voltage rather than mains power.


Stand: 4I14

The IPG returns to the show, stating that it’s “ready to get the party started.” The membership group for independent plumbing stores and bathroom showrooms has teased the launch of a special date and “milestone for every tradesperson’s calendar.” Visitors will be able to connect with The IPG members and its new brand ambassadors – seasoned professionals with hands-on trade experience.

The Radiator Company

Stand: 5I72

The West Sussex-based Radiator Company will be exhibiting at this year’s InstallerSHOW and will be welcoming visitors to its stand to discuss its extensive collection of towel rail solutions that the company says “can meet every bathroom and kitchen project brief.” The designer radiator manufacturer is keen to showcase its Sitar Lato product – a heated towel rail radiator that “provides the perfect upgrade to the common ladder towel rail.”


Stand: 4C22

With a view to making an installer’s job quicker and easier, Waterline will be showcasing a range of different products. The brand is teaming up with some of its suppliers to showcase the benefits of the Lifestyle Kitchens and Crown Imperial brands, focusing on their “installer-friendly features and clever design.” Waterline’s sales director, Rob Taylor, will also be doing a talk in the Kitchen of the Future area, focusing on how to create show-stopping kitchens.

kbbreview will be publishing a special issue available exclusively for visitors to the Installer Kitchens and Bathrooms section of the show.

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