Architectural Vinyl: The Versatile and Eco-Friendly Solution for Commercial Refurbishments
Liam Cousins, Managing Director at Surfex discusses the benefits of architectural vinyl and how it provides an eco-friendly solution for office fit-outs.
Architectural vinyl is a versatile and cost-effective material that is changing the face of commercial refurbishments. This material is being used in a variety of ways to transform outdated and drab commercial spaces, providing an eco-friendly solution for office fit-outs, saving end-users from having to rip out washrooms, and renewing areas in hotels.
One of the most significant benefits of architectural vinyl is its eco-friendliness. This material is an excellent solution for companies looking to reduce their environmental impact during an office fit-out. Instead of tearing out old surfaces and replacing them, vinyl film can be applied over existing surfaces, reducing waste and the need for new materials. This makes it an ideal choice for businesses looking to reduce their carbon footprint and be more sustainable.
Another benefit of using architectural vinyl is that it saves end-users from having to rip out washrooms. Washrooms in commercial buildings can be costly and time-consuming to replace, but using vinyl film can help to update the look of these spaces without the need for a full renovation. Vinyl film can be applied to walls, floors, and even countertops, giving a fresh and modern look to washrooms and other high-traffic areas.
In the hotel industry, architectural vinyl is being used to renew areas instead of replacing them. This is a cost-effective option for hotels that want to update their interiors without the expense of a full renovation. Vinyl film can be applied to walls, floors, and even furniture, giving a fresh and modern look to guest rooms, lobbies, and other areas of the hotel. This can help hotels to stay competitive and attract more guests without breaking the bank.
The lift sector has also seen a significant increase in the use of vinyl finishes over the last five years. Vinyl finishes are lightweight and don’t cause issues with the tolerances on lifts, making them an ideal solution for lift interiors. They offer a wide range of finishes and designs, allowing lift interiors to be customized to suit the design style of the building. This is a cost-effective option for building owners looking to update the look of their lifts without the expense of a full replacement.
Surfex Interior Film is a company that specializes in architectural vinyl, offering a range of products that can be used in a variety of commercial applications. As a platinum sponsor of Global Print, Surfex Interior Film will be discussing this topic in detail on their stand during the event. They will showcase their range of products and discuss the benefits of using architectural vinyl in commercial refurbishments.
In addition to its eco-friendliness and cost-effectiveness, architectural vinyl is also a versatile material that can be used to create a wide range of finishes and designs. From wood and stone effects to metallic finishes and geometric patterns, vinyl film can be customized to suit any design style. This makes it an ideal choice for businesses looking to create a unique and modern look for their commercial spaces.
In conclusion, architectural vinyl is changing the face of commercial refurbishments by providing an eco-friendly, cost-effective, and versatile solution. It's being used in a range of industries, from hotels to lifts and office fit-outs, to renew areas and update the look of commercial spaces. Surfex Interior Film is a leading provider of architectural vinyl products, offering a wide range of finishes and designs that can be customized to suit any commercial space. They will be discussing this topic in detail on their stand during the Global Print event.
The Green Grads EPSON cco-cextile challenge graduates showcase their talents
Exhibiting at Manchester’s historic Victoria Baths during the Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair the Epson Eco-Textile Challenge graduates received an enthusiastic welcome.
Neil Felton on investing into the print community via FESPA Associations
FESPA's CEO, Neil Felton speaks to Debbie McKeegan about the important or reinvesting and supporting the print community. FESPA achieves this by investing into its 37 global Associations.
Business development: screen printing or digital printing?
Screen printing and digital printing are 2 common printing processes in sign-making. But what are the differences between the 2, what are their advantages and disadvantages, and how can printers earn the most money using new technologies?
Forgra Colour Management Symposium to offer guidance on how to improve efficiency and reduce waste
Paul Sherfield speaks to Andy Kraushaar, Head of Pre-Press Technology at Fogra about the Fogra Colour Management Symposium coming up in February 2024 and why it’s an important event to help you improve efficiency and reduce waste.