The Home of High-End and British Luxury Bathroom Manufacturing
The Sterlingham Co. Ltd. products are 100% Made in England to service the requirements of retailers, architects, and designers within the hotel, residential and marine markets for both the UK and International arenas. Our philosophy is to design and manufacture hand-crafted products that combine the traditional with the innovative using the best materials and processes to deliver a product that is of remarkable, lasting quality.
Everything from The Sterlingham Co. is made-to-order and can be customized to your client’s desired Specifications.
Distributed by Witter Enterprises
PO Box 1236
Riverhead, NY 11901
Our goal is to become a carbon-neutral company by December 2023 and in doing so will be looking at improving our manufacturing processes, reducing our waste, and promoting our sustainable products which create less waste and utilize less energy. Working with our supply chain partners and in line with world advancements, we hope to become net zero by 2040.
Twelve months ago we signed up with netzeroclub.com to guide us through the process, audit our progress and certify our neutrality and net zero claims in the months and years ahead.
During the process of analyzing our carbon footprint, we have recognized that our dry-line electric towel warmers are not just greener for us to manufacture but are greener for the purchaser throughout the lifetime of their ownership.
To help us on our path towards carbon neutrality we have set out the following immediate target:
• With your help we are targeting to reduce our hydronic and dual fuel product sales down to 0% by April 30th, 2023.
To encourage the purchase of our dry line electric towel warmers over the hot water alternatives we pledge that throughout 2023, for every electric towel warmer we sell we will plant a tree.
For more information, please contact us.
The Sterlingham Company Ltd.
Our dry line electric towel warmers are made as sub-assemblies which are processed and assembled together at the last stage of manufacturing. This process allows for efficiencies in polishing and fabrication, and most importantly in electroplating (our most energy-consuming process).