Because they serve you better and reduce the cost of ownership—cutting expenses over the long term.
We use these options in specialty areas, like behind water fountains, in janitor’s closets, etc. They provide greater protection for walls than most other wall coverings, come in a variety of colors and styles, and can be customized.
Their Class A Fire ratings mean lower smoke and fire spread than other products used on walls.Back To Top
Their long length of wear offsets the initial investment.
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Corners are the most vulnerable parts of walls, and most frequently damaged. Corner guards have a number of benefits:
A little extra effort up front saves you from headaches and damage that makes a poor impression down the road.Back To Top
This popular ceiling option not only absorbs sound, it is easily repaired. If a tile becomes stained or damaged, simply replace one instead of the whole ceiling.Back To Top
Vinyl flooring has fewer seams, which help prevent infection from bodily fluids collecting in seams. The seams are heat-welded and flash-covered (install 6” up the wall). This cost-effective flooring can withstand high foot traffic, and is easily maintained; it does not require harsh chemicals with strong odors to clean.Back To Top
Great for countertops, Corian is stain-resistant and has fewer seams to help prevent infection. The non-porous surface means fewer opportunities for bacteria to gain a foothold and spread.
In addition, this surface is extremely durable, easy to maintain, and resistant to damage or fading from heat and sunlight.Back To Top
To streamline delivery and control costs, we take a prototype approach when possible, engage local civil engineering consultants for each project, and establish a working relationship with the local governing authority.