hygienic wall cladding.
After polyethelene and polypropylene, PVC is the most commonly used plastic and has a diverse range of uses. Most commonly we fit it on walls, however it can be used on ceilings too.
Due to it being water-resistant, hygienic wall cladding is often used instead of tiling so it offers a much faster installation time.
Quick to install
Cladding sheets can be cut to any size required and can be slotted together for larger coverage. There’s no need to grout either so creating a solution for your measurements is very simple.
Easily bespoke to your measurements
With no grouting, the installation is very fast but more importantly, requires little to no maintenance such as bleaching and scrubbing.
Very low maintenance
With no cracks and gaps, mould and bacteria can’t build up on the surface so it provides a solution that is perfect for both domestic and commercial settings. All that’s required is a soft cloth and non-abrasive surface cleaner.
PVC cladding is available in a variety of colours, meaning you don’t have to lose out on design or creativity to fit in with your interiors or business’ branding.
Customisable to your interiors
We all know how important recycling plastic is these days so once you’ve installed hygienic cladding, you can be safe in the knowledge that whenever you want it changed or removed, it will be fully recycled and not sent to landfill.
Due to its low maintenance and high level of hygiene cladding can be used in many different environments, commonly in bathrooms & kitchens, where the environment can be damp, but is can also be used in the leisure, pharma, food and drinks, education, government sectors.
As you can see, there are a number of fantastic benefits for using hygienic cladding, which is why it’s become one of the most popular hygienic solutions.
If you’d like to find more about hygienic cladding or get a free installation quote, get in touch!