PVC panels have grown in popularity as of late, largely due to their versatility and practicality. Available in any number of styles and a more hygienic option than other materials, they’ve helped countless people keep up with design trends without breaking their budget. Whether you have a commercial or residential property, learn more about the benefits of PVC walls.
Where to Use PVC Panels
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a type of high-strength plastic that can be used in any number of applications. When they’re made into wall panels, they can be manipulated into nearly any kind of design. They can be installed on nearly any property, but you’ll often see them used in the bathroom or kitchen in residential homes because they’re easy to clean. In commercial buildings, they might be used in a freezer or clean-room as a safety precaution.
4 Key Benefits of PVC Panels
People choose PVC panels because they’re made with real life in mind.
Any spills can be easily wiped down without leaving a stain, and it can make it easier to keep everything from bacteria to viruses from making their home in the room. Even if you’re not steadfast about cleaning the walls though, they’re naturally mildew-resistant (which can also help property owners avoid mold).
PVC is strong, which means it lasts longer without the burden of pesky maintenance. Plus, because it’s so simple to clean, the walls tend to last longer than tiles or paint. This is particularly welcome news for anyone who’s wondered what exactly is building up in the grout of their tiles.
Any rooms with water need to be carefully monitored as spills and condensation are more than just nuisances. PVC panels are safe to use in wet rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, freezers, etc., and you won’t have to worry about humidity peeling the paint off the walls. These walls are also fire resistant, making them a must for anyone who likes to take chances in the kitchen.
Easy to Install
PVC panels are simple to install, making it an easy DIY project for anyone who’s ready to take it on. Because the surface area is larger than tiles and you don’t need to worry about grout, you might be surprised at just how quickly you’re done.
The Styles, Designs, and Patterns of PVC Walls
When you think of PVC, you might think about the pipes used for your plumbing. In other words, you might not see them as very decorative. Yet these panels come in nearly every style and color you can imagine and can be used to complement the design of nearly any home or building. Regardless of the style choices in the rest of the property (whether it’s wood, tile, etc.), you can find something that will match the flow of all your rooms.
The Advantages of Quickliner PVC
Quickliner™ PVC from Structural Panels Inc. is designed to form a barrier between anything from chemicals to moisture. Equally at home in clean rooms, food-processing facilities, and kitchens alike, these are versatile products that can be used to reinforce your existing walls and ceilings. If you want to learn more about how to protect your facility or property, contact us today to learn more about our products.