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PVC Panels

PVC panelling is a hollow cored, light weight panel with a smooth surface for decoration and a tongue and groove edge for easy assembly.

The panels can be glued to smooth surfaces such as plaster or plasterboard or even to existing tiles! With rough, uneven walls the panels can be affixed to a framework using nails, staples or adhesive. More information about installation methods are included on our brand pages.

Panels can withstand a maximum continuous temperature of 60 °C. This means that PVC panels can be used as a shower wall panel, but cannot be used in saunas. Installation near a stove is not recommended either.

Use ordinary household products for looking after them. The panels can be polished to their original condition using a soft, non-abrasive cleaning agent. Normally you only need a damp cloth to clean the panels thoroughly. Do not use abrasive, aggressive substances or cleaning products based on chloride. We do not recommend using solvents. Adhesive residue or pen marks are best removed using isopropyl alcohol.

General benefits of PVC paneling/ wall-

  • Easy and fast to install: PVC panels are very user friendly products. The panels can easily be cut to size and are the ideal DIY solution. Compared to tiles, they take about half the time to install (no grouting!). Since they are so easy to install, any do-it-yourself consumer can fit them. This saves money on a fitter too.
  • Water-resistant: PVC panels are very popular in bathrooms and kitchens as they are water-repellent and mildew-resistant, but they can be used all over the house (basements, attics, garages, bedrooms, living rooms, etc.)
  • Budget-friendly: compared to tiling, you save a lot of time and work when installing PVC panels on walls and ceilings. PVC panels are often more interesting in terms of price as well when considering the cost per square meter.
  • Versatile product: our panels are ideal for cladding walls and ceilings of private houses, offices, hotels, laboratories, hospitals, food-processing plants, etc. The possibilities are endless: decorative wall panels, practical shower panels, hygienic ceiling panels, etc.
  • Hygienic: PVC panels provide a very clean and hygienic solution for wall and ceiling decoration. Once installed, there is no grout that gets dirty. PVC is mildew-resistant and prevents bacterial growth.
  • User friendly: PVC panels require only limited aftercare. Cleaning does not take long. Dirt cannot collect in pores or cracks because of the smooth surface of the panels. A simple cloth will do to clean the surface. Do not use chlorinated or abrasive agents.
  • Recyclable: PVC is 100% recyclable. Our panels can be taken to any plastic recycling facility.
  • Insulating: PVC panels also insulate (R-value 2.25), which is an advantage when PVC panels are used in garages, basements or similar locations.
  • No further finishing required after installation: no paint, no lacquer, no varnish, etc.

Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring is extensively used because it is water-impervious, fairly durable, adjustably resilient and insulating, easy to install, available with a variety of appearances, and cheap. A vinyl sheet floor is completely impermeable to water, unlike vinyl floor tile, which comes in stiff tiles, and vinyl planks, which come in interlocking strips.

Manufacture of polyvinyl chloride involves polymerizing vinyl chloride. Vinyl chloride is a known carcinogen and has other negative health effects. Its escape into the environment is a concern. Other ingredients in vinyl flooring vary widely, and some are harmful. The thickness of the sheet and the wear layer determines the durability of the floor; unlike linoleum, vinyl flooring is usually not homogenous, and once it wears through the print layer, it will be obviously damaged. Thinner floors may also tear.

Benefits of vinyl flooring

  • It provides a slightly softer surface than options like tile or wood, because most products are backed with a thin layer of either felt or foam. The soft layer results in the floor having a little more flexibility and give, which makes it easier to stand on for long periods of time.
  • They are available in a huge assortment of colors and styles, with some designs even mimicking the look of stone tiles or wood planks. While you can notice the difference up close, it can be hard to tell from afar the floor is vinyl.
  • Vinyl also wears incredibly well. It is extremely durable, with many manufacturers backing their products with warranties of 15 years or more. In truth, a well-installed and properly maintained vinyl floor can last for well over 20 years.
  • Vinyl floor panels are very resistant to dirt and water, and it’s one of the few flooring types that can be installed directly over the subfloor—or over a previous vinyl or linoleum installation—without requiring demolition first. It is also one of the best choices for installing on a floor with a lot of cracks or excessive movement.
  • As far as cleaning and maintenance goes, vinyl is hard to beat. Requiring practically no maintenance after installation, vinyl needs to just be swept and mopped occasionally to keep the floor clean.

Problems with vinyl flooring

  • The product is manufactured using polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and will emit volatile organic compounds (VOC), especially when it is new. It is important to note, however, that since 2010, many manufacturers have started using less PVC in their vinyl flooring products.
  • While vinyl tiles are very easy to install on one’s own, getting the subfloor ready for installation is not easy. In order for the tiles to look their best, the subfloor needs to be free of all particles. In addition, installing peel-and-stick tiles on a dirty floor will make the tiles loose quicker than you might expect.
  • The spongy quality of vinyl flooring may prevent a glass from breaking if it’s dropped on the floor, but a sharp object can gouge the surface if dropped. This is also a concern when it comes to moving furniture. Furniture pads needs to be installed on the feet of all furniture—or moving the couch could result in scratching or gouging the tile or popping the tile off the floor entirely.
  • Vinyl flooring is obviously less appealing than real hardwood floors and does nothing to a home’s resale value.
  • It can be very difficult to remove once it is installed.

Acoustic Panels

An acoustic board is a special kind of board made of sound absorbing materials. Its job is to provide sound insulation. Between two outer walls sound absorbing material is inserted and the wall is porous. Thus, when sound passes through an acoustic board, the intensity of sound is decreased. The loss of sound energy is balanced by producing heat energy.

Made from fiberglass material and normally framed in a wide variety of fabrics, these panels can be hung from walls and ceilings. If you want to make it movable, you can just use a stand and prop it up in any place you want to use it. Panels can be bought in different thickness depending on your needs. A thicker panel is known for better absorbing bass compared to a thinner one.

A good thing about this acoustical panel is that it comes wrapped in beautiful fabric and in varied colors and designs as well. The fabric can be made from polyester or the traditional fabric. What this means that it can even enhance the beauty of your room apart from serving its main purpose of absorbing sound and eliminating noise. You can, therefore, hang them on the wall or attached them to your ceiling without worrying whether it will blend with your room's interior design. Some of the popular places where these acoustical panels are commonly used are the band room, training hall, classroom, auditorium and conference room.

In terms of cleaning the panels we would recommend that you vacuum them from time to time ensuring you use a soft brush attachment so as not to snag the cloth. If a panel does become naked then you can clean the fabric with a clean damp cloth. More stubborn marks can be cleaned by gently using Vanish or something similar. Great care must be taken when using a cleaning agent.

Artificial Grass

Artificial turf is a surface of synthetic fibers made to look like natural grass. It is most often used in arenas for sports that were originally or are normally played on grass. However, it is now being used on residential lawns and commercial applications as well.

A more thorough synthetic grass cleaning, performed on a monthly basis, will help keep your lawn green, clean and inviting. To remove dust, dirt, leaves and other debris, use a flexible lawn rake, a broom with stiff bristles or a stiff brush.

Advantages of Artificial Turf/ Grass-

  • The main advantage is maintenance—artificial turf stands up to heavy use, such as in sports, and requires no irrigation or trimming. Domed, covered, and partially covered stadiums may require artificial turf because of the difficulty of getting grass enough sunlight to stay healthy.
  • Artificial turf will give you up to 20 years of maintenance-free life depending on the volume of traffic in the area. Artificial Grass Direct grass won't fade or flatten. It is UV stabilised and will retain its colour and integrity season after season.

Window Blinds

A window blind is a type of window covering. ... A typical window blind is made up of several long horizontal or vertical slats of various types of hard material, including wood, plastic or metal which are held together by cords that run through the blind slats.

Window blinds can be maneuvered with either a manual or remote control by rotating them from an open position, with slats spaced out, to a closed position where slats overlap and block out most of the light. There are also several types of window coverings, called shades that use a single piece of soft material instead of slats.

Advantages of Window Blinds

  • Window blinds provide you with more control over the amount of light entering the room because you can cover the entire window or just part of the window according to your own needs.
  • Window blinds come in an endless variety of styles, colors, and patterns, allowing you to create the perfect look in your kitchen, living room, or bathroom.
  • The variety of materials that blinds come in allows you to choose the blind that is most suitable for you in terms of both price and style.
  • Blinds provide you with a level of privacy that you cannot get from many other options such as curtains.
  • Finally, one of the best things about window blinds is that they are typically very easy to maintain. In fact, many blinds simply require a quick wipe with a damp cloth from time to time to remove the dust.

Wooden Flooring

Wood flooring is any product manufactured from timber that is designed for use as flooring, either structural or aesthetic. Wood is a common choice as a flooring material and can come in various styles, colours, cuts, and species.

These floors are a healthy choice for interior environments. It has no fibres, grout lines, or embossing that can trap dust, pollen, particles, animal dander, and allergens that occur with carpets. They are the best choice of flooring with allergy sufferers and contribute to healthier indoor air quality.

Advantages of Wooden Flooring-

  • Wooden flooring gives a rich look to your home interior.
  • Wooden floor improves it grace over a period of time due to ageing.
  • Wooden flooring is known to last for a lifetime. It has long shelf life.
  • Wooden floors are healthiest floors possible given its organic origin and non-electromagnetic nature tend to attract less dust. Hence they do not attract allergens, or molds that cause allergies which tend to travel with dust.
  • It is recommended to use by doctors all over the world.
  • They are hard and are less prone to damage when compared to engineered and laminated floors in the event any heavy object falls on the same.
  • The laying of Wooden is easy and since the planks are reasonably thick it can manage slight indifference in floor height compared to the less thick laminates.
  • It’s very comfortable for small babies to play on it.

Grid Ceiling

Grid ceilings are suspended from (or drop from) an existing ceiling or support system. It may also be referred to as a drop ceiling, T-bar ceiling, false ceiling, suspended ceiling, grid ceiling, drop in ceiling, drop out ceiling, or ceiling tiles and is a staple of modern construction and architecture in both residential and commercial applications.

If you’re remodeling a room or transforming a basement into a new living space, a suspended ceiling offers real benefits. The often neglected space above your head holds many opportunities to add value.

Advantages of Grid Ceiling

Grid Ceiling offers many advantages and that’s why it’s becoming popular among households as well.

  • The clutter of ducts, plumbing, wiring, TV and networking cables, and other mechanical systems can be easily hidden by a suspended ceiling, yet remain accessible for repairs. Suspended ceilings in a home theater solve the problem of where to nest multiple cables and power cords.
  • Suspended ceilings offer superior acoustic properties (better than drywall ceilings) to absorb sound, so surrounding rooms are quieter.
  • Suspended ceilings are resistant to mold, mildew, bacteria, and sagging. They can even be used in areas where high humidity is present, such as the bathroom
  • Some ceiling panels and tiles are fire-retardant.
  • The insulating effect of suspended ceiling panels may help lower home heating or cooling bills. In addition, the highly reflective surface of white panels creates a brighter space, optimizing light reflection and reducing the need for additional lighting.

Wall Papers

Wallpaper is a kind of material used to cover and decorate the interior walls of homes, offices, cafes, government buildings, museums, post offices, and other buildings; it is one aspect of interior decoration. It is usually sold in rolls and is put onto a wall using wallpaper paste.

Wallpapers can come plain as "lining paper" (so that it can be painted or used to help cover uneven surfaces and minor wall defects thus giving a better surface), textured, with a regular repeating pattern design, or, much less commonly today, with a single non-repeating large design carried over a set of sheets.

Like paint, wallpaper requires proper surface preparation before application. Additionally wallpaper is not suitable for all areas. For example, bathroom wallpaper may deteriorate rapidly due to excessive steam. Proper preparation includes the repair of any defects in the drywall or plaster and the removal of loose material or old adhesives. For a better finish with thinner papers and poorer quality walls the wall can be cross-lined (horizontally) with lining paper first .Accurate room measurements (length, width, and height) along with number of window and door openings is essential for ordering wallpaper.

Advantages of Wall Paper

Advantages of Wall Paper

  • You can choose from hundreds of patterns, colors, and design. Some wallpapers can be painted, allowing you to put some texture in the room while still adding your favorite paint color.
  • Wallpaper is easy to clean. Most of today’s wallpapers are coated so that they wipe clean from common household marks. This makes your wall covering more durable than some paints, which fade over repeated scrubbings
  • Wallpaper can last up to 10 years and beyond, which makes it cost-effective in the long run.
  • It is generally accepted that properly hung wallpaper will last 3 times as long as paint.
  • Wallpaper adheres easily and smoothly to walls, hiding many surface imperfections.

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