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Shisasa’s elegant tempered glass frameless shower cubicles

Whether its fixing shower cubicles at an upmarket apartment block or a ‘smaller’ client like Temple Trees, President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s official residence, Shisasa Holdings International Pvt Ltd takes its work in its stride.

“It’s all in a day’s work,” says a company statement. “Recently we had to fix the shower cubicles at Temple Trees. We just had two days while the President was away.

And it turned out to be a perfect job. The client was happy,” said Managing Director Adrian De J. Seneviratne in the statement attributing this success to architect Tharindu Guneratne from Muditha Jayakody Associates and Project Engineers Maga Engineering.

Shisasa has been in the Tempered Glass Frameless Shower Cubicle business for over five years now and has worked for over 200 clients including Temple Trees, Jetwing St. Andrew’s, the Lake Drive Enclave Luxury Executive Housing Complexes, Spathodea Residencies, Asiri Hospital suites, Asiri Central Hospital, Nawaloka Hospitals Penthouse, Goldi Sands Hotel, Aitken Spence Hotels Heritance, Browns Beach Hotel, Eco Homes Rajagiriya, Ocean Edge, Oasis Residence and Devon Residencies Colombo 7 among others. The statement said the company is now the leading designer, architect and contractor for high quality installations of frameless shower cubicles and fittings.

It said the company also undertakes fittings for shop fronts, office fronts, lobbies and glass panelling and partitions.

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