Our shower trays and shower areas have a first-class ecological balance sheet. Because sustainability is important to us. And has been for over 60 years: Bette chose the natural materials glass and steel as early as 1952. A careful use of natural resources is close to our heart. Because sustainability is our programme - and not a fashionable buzzword.
Glazed Titanium-Steel: next generation material
We have a passion for real elements, for sustainable values. We believe in quality that lasts. The result? Our shower trays and shower areas made of glazed titanium steel last longer than other materials and are the best choice in the bathroom. We give a 30-year warranty on them.
We use our materials with maximum efficiency, so there is hardly any waste. And of course, we are constantly working on optimising our processes and reducing our material consumption.
Our shower trays and shower areas will continue to please for decades to come. This is ensured not only by the high quality of our material, but also by the design and especially the flawless surface.
Every Bette shower tray and shower area is made individually and entirely without chemicals and solvents.
Bette Bette shower trays and shower areas are extremely robust and remain permanently brilliant. This is down to the high quality standards that we set ourselves. Because if something lasts a long time, it's much better for the environment.
This is something we're truly proud of: Bette shower trays and shower areas are verified to the Environmental Product Declaration as per ISO 14025, and the U. S. Green Building Council as per LEED.
All Bette shower trays and shower areas are made exclusively on our own site in Delbrück, Germany.
We work together with partner companies in the region. This saves time and fuel.
All shower trays and shower areas are 100% recyclable.
Due to their environmentally-friendly production and durability, Bette shower trays and shower areas are ideal for sustainable building projects.
Baufritz, the specialist for ecological prefabricated houses combines tradition with modern technology in its Alpenchic show house. This includes the use of natural products from wood, steel and glass. A charming eye-catcher: the tailor-made bathroom ensemble with the BetteOne Relax Highline bath and matching washbasin.
The show house "Haus am See" presents itself on the shore promenade of Lake Constance in Langenargen. Natural, pollutant-tested materials were chosen throughout the house. The bedroom leads past natural tree trunks into the wellness area with a free-standing BetteArt bath made of glazed titanium steel.