Our unique survey of more than 3,700 bathroom shoppers reveals how popular bathroom companies, including Roca, Villeroy & Boch and Duravit, were rated by their customers.
Our top spot was snapped up by a company with a fantastic 89% customer score – miles ahead of the last-placed brand, which got a far less impressive 61%.
We also have quality and durability ratings for individual fixtures, such as sinks, taps and shower enclosures. One brand got a maximum of five stars almost across the board.
Quality of products overall
Quality of finish (e.g. scuffs and marks)
Value for money
As Roca is a manufacturer, not a retailer, our ratings are for its bathroom products, not the experience of buying through the company.
Roca bathroom fixtures
As well as rating the brands, we asked customers to give us more details on their experiences.
Click through our picture gallery below to see a range of Roca bathrooms across various prices and styles.
Pricier brand Roca makes bathrooms but doesn't sell them. You can buy Roca products through national retailers, such as Travis Perkins, online stores and local bathroom specialists. You can download brochures for its various ranges from its website.
Roca's bathroom designs are predominantly modern, sleek and aspirational, although it does have a couple of traditional choices. Most of its suites are in collections, and there are a lot of less-common options, such as wall-hung toilets and sinks, bidets and urinals.
All of Roca's furniture – of which there is a large selection, particularly if you're after the ultra-contemporary look – is built-in to wrap around fixtures, such as a sink or toilet.
Roca's showers and enclosures have a luxurious feel, with rainfall showers and other spa-like options to choose from, and super-sized shower screens for a roomy feel.
As well as the usual bathroom fittings, such as towel rails and soap dispensers, Roca also sells other accessories including mirrors and bathroom lighting. It doesn't have any flooring or tile ranges, though.