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Our Heritage OUR HISTORY When you engage in the Waterworks experience, you gain access to a rich heritage of expertise, service and innovation unlike any other. In 1925, Samuel Grogins started a plumbing supply business in Danbury, Connecticut devoted to the best mechanical offerings available. In 1978, Sam’s daughter, Barbara, and her husband Robert Sallick set out to create a revolution in bathing, bringing incredible visual appeal and impeccable performance to what had often been an overlooked and underserved area of the home. When their son Peter joined the company in 1993, Waterworks made the leap to become a full-service industry leader uniquely focused on the needs of our clients. CRAFTSMANSHIP Waterworks creates unparalleled products with a commitment to craftsmanship on every level, from designing product, to selecting the highest quality materials, to utilizing artisanal factories with generations of experience. DESIGN We work with in-house designers and prestigious collaborators across a range of inspirations, from Edwardian elegance to organic beauty, to create a product assortment that comfortably meets the needs of our clients while continually pushing the aesthetic envelope. In our quest for the complete bath experience, every detail and every facet is lovingly considered. Our focus on design translates into a world of products that you can be certain are first in terms of integrity, innovation, and style. MATERIALS All of our materials are finest in their class. Our fixtures represent a state-of-the-art understanding of both traditional and contemporary materials such as cast iron, copper, porcelain, vitreous china, marble and acrylic. Within our Surfaces assortment, you’ll find glass made exclusively for us on the Venetian island of Murano alongside ceramic tile produced in southern California, where the climate allows for perfect bisque drying conditions. Rich mahogany and maple woods distinguish our line of Bath Furniture. Even our Furnishings, including Egyptian cotton towels and black walnut containers, are made from superior elements. Every material is carefully selected to ensure they are superior in every way. MANUFACTURING We pride ourselves on utilizing artisanal factories and workshops that have a multi- generational family expertise in the manufacture of fixtures and fittings. We work with several factories in Normandy, France, a region known for centuries for its fine production of faucetry and decorative hardware. In this region, spouts are cast by hand, handles and escutcheons are “forged” for an elevated level of detail and precision, and hand polishing has been made into a high art. Our Bath Furniture is produced in the U.S. by master cabinetmakers using 18th-century French polishing techniques. In every product we make, the mode of manufacture is carefully controlled – whether it’s a hand cut mosaic tesserae or a cotton-linen towel to satisfy the most demanding tastes while enduring constant use.

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About Waterworks

Our Heritage
OUR HISTORY

When you engage in the Waterworks experience, you
gain access to a rich heritage of expertise,
service and innovation unlike any other. In 1925,
Samuel Grogins started a plumbing supply business
in Danbury, Connecticut devoted to the best
mechanical offerings available. In 1978, Sam’s
daughter, Barbara, and her husband Robert Sallick
set out to create a revolution in bathing,
bringing incredible visual appeal and impeccable
performance to what had often been an overlooked
and underserved area of the home. When their son
Peter joined the company in 1993, Waterworks made
the leap to become a full-service industry leader
uniquely focused on the needs of our clients.
CRAFTSMANSHIP

Waterworks creates unparalleled products with a
commitment to craftsmanship on every level, from
designing product, to selecting the highest
quality materials, to utilizing artisanal
factories with generations of experience.
DESIGN

We work with in-house designers and prestigious
collaborators across a range of inspirations, from
Edwardian elegance to organic beauty, to create a
product assortment that comfortably meets the
needs of our clients while continually pushing the
aesthetic envelope. In our quest for the complete
bath experience, every detail and every facet is
lovingly considered. Our focus on design
translates into a world of products that you can
be certain are first in terms of integrity,
innovation, and style.
MATERIALS

All of our materials are finest in their class.
Our fixtures represent a state-of-the-art
understanding of both traditional and contemporary
materials such as cast iron, copper, porcelain,
vitreous china, marble and acrylic. Within our
Surfaces assortment, you’ll find glass made
exclusively for us on the Venetian island of
Murano alongside ceramic tile produced in southern
California, where the climate allows for perfect
bisque drying conditions. Rich mahogany and maple
woods distinguish our line of Bath Furniture. Even
our Furnishings, including Egyptian cotton towels
and black walnut containers, are made from
superior elements. Every material is carefully
selected to ensure they are superior in every way.
MANUFACTURING

We pride ourselves on utilizing artisanal
factories and workshops that have a multi-
generational family expertise in the manufacture
of fixtures and fittings. We work with several
factories in Normandy, France, a region known for
centuries for its fine production of faucetry and
decorative hardware. In this region, spouts are
cast by hand, handles and escutcheons are “forged”
for an elevated level of detail and precision, and
hand polishing has been made into a high art. Our
Bath Furniture is produced in the U.S. by master
cabinetmakers using 18th-century French polishing
techniques. In every product we make, the mode of
manufacture is carefully controlled – whether it’s
a hand cut mosaic tesserae or a cotton-linen towel
to satisfy the most demanding tastes while
enduring constant use.