ThermaSol is widely regarded as the industry leader in steam bath products and technology. They’ve been around since 1958 and they hold the distinction of creating the first steam bath unit for the home. Today, they’re especially notable for offering customers the only 100% digital, fully networked steam shower in the world. They’re also an environmentally conscious company and their steam showers require a fraction of the water needed to power a regular shower of the same duration.
As a way to reach out to bathroom designers, builders, contractors and homeowners to introduce them to the ThermaSol brand, they’ve just kicked off Project Steam, a bathroom design contest that will award winners with a state-of-the-art ThermaSol Steam Shower. The contest is open to designers, builders, contractors and homeowners who are in the process of a bathroom remodel and want to create the ultimate spa bathroom environment.
The initial entry period will begin on August 1, 2011 and final submissions will be accepted no later than January 31, 2012. During this time, contestants will be asked to submit a description and outline of their bathroom project, including the project’s location, square footage, floorplans, materials and photos, as well as a short description of how they envision incorporating a ThermaSol Steam Shower into their newly designed bathroom.
Winners of Project Steam will be awarded a ThermaSol Steam Shower generator, control kit and retractable steam-head in the finish and design that matches their bathroom décor (valued at approximately $2,000). Winners will be selected based on quality of design, scope of work and the inclusion of a ThermaSol Steam Shower in their bathroom design.
Ultimately, Project Steam is a great opportunity for bathroom designers, builders, contractors and homeowners to get creative with their remodeling project and potentially win an awesome ThermaSol Steam Shower prize.
For complete entry requirements and more information on Project Steam, check out: www.thermasol.com/projectsteam.
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