A prominent manufacturer of bathroom and kitchen fittings, LIPKA was founded in 2009 by Kapil Gupta. The company offers a wide range of products in many categories, including faucets, kitchen sinks, floor drains, bathroom accessories, and various connected things. He founded LIPKA at the age of 26 after receiving a master\’s in computer science from USC. Without any prior manufacturing experience, Kapil was able to carve out a position for the company in the Indian market because of his innovative thinking and meticulous attention to detail. His network of more than 5000 dealers has successfully expanded throughout India, and by 2024, he hopes to rank among the top five bathroom fittings providers.
Lipka homes was started with an intention of improving the bathroom and kitchen experience of a household and the best quality of products manufactured at its factory situated in Libaspur, New Delhi. LIPKA began producing durable, handcrafted products that are friendly to the environment online. Every product is available on both Lipkahome’s primary website and other websites like Amazon, Flipkart, etc.
The year 2009 witnessed the launch of LIPKA. The purpose behind launching such a venture was to support the Make in India movement and help expand both the manufacturing sector in India and the employment possibilities it offers. There are currently very few businesses involved in the home improvement sector.
LIPKA, which has been operational for more than ten years, tops the list of the most popular floor drains and has had tremendous market growth for other beautifully designed items like its useful kitchen sinks, faucets/taps, sturdy PTMT fixtures, and so on. LIPKA\’s 100% domestically produced goods offer the broadest assortment of styles for kitchen appliances, bathroom fixtures, and other utility essentials.
LIPKA as a brand contributes fully to the environment by incorporating sustainability into its method of operation. LIPKA offers eco-friendly packaging that protects the product from damage. Most items employ brass and stainless steel as their main raw materials because both are recyclable. Additionally, the produced faucets have a water-saving design that encourages water conservation.