Regardless of the product, the support structure hidden behind the surface is critical to the durability and longevity of the product. These attributes hold true for all of the components creating a home, including the bathroom. At Oasis, we believe in the ideal of providing a durable and dependable product with a value beyond the price paid.
To accomplish this we begin with the same raw materials (resin, fiberglass and a mineral additive to promote fire retardancy) used by other bath manufactures. The differences between Oasis and others lie in the raw material proportions of the composite. Simply put, our product has a higher resin and fiberglass content than competitors for increased composite strength. Plus, we hand roll each resin and fiberglass application to eliminate air voids to enhance the durability of the composite structure.
In addition to the composite, we also utilize a more expensive floor construction technique for greater strength and enhanced floor rigidity. The floor structure of an Oasis module utilizes a core of 1/2-inch thick end cut Balsawood, encased in a resin and fiberglass composite. The Balsawood is attached to flexible webbing that allows the material to match the floors contouring which results in a solid mating with the structure. The combination of materials and hand rolling creates a superior floor structure, and eliminates the need for site applied under floor support.
Why do we go to all this effort? Because we care about the products we provide, the reputation of the professionals who use our products, and the legacy of all those associated with our efforts.
Address: 1400 Pidco Dr., P.O. Box 82
Plymouth, IN 46563
Mark Naylor, C.E.O.