Architectural vinyls can completely transform any surface.
Architectural vinyl offers a quick and cost-effective solution to enhance or refurbish interior and exterior surfaces. This type of covering is made of flexible, adhesive PVC and is available in practically any finish. Architectural vinyl is designed to realistically recreate the look and texture of natural, more expensive materials.
As such, an architectural vinyl wrap can help transform your building from bland to beautiful (and on-brand) in less time and at a lower cost than traditional refurbishment projects. Below, we will explain more about the benefits and uses of architectural vinyl so you can decide whether it is the right solution for your project.
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Top 5 Benefits of Architectural Vinyl
Architectural vinyl can transform a building. Whether giving the outside a fresh new look or adding more character to the interior design.
Here are 5 examples of the benefits of architectural vinyl.
1. High-end finish at a fraction of the cost
The main reason to choose architectural vinyl over other materials is the cost. Vinyl coverings can mimic the look and feel of high-end finishes that otherwise would be out of budget. These replica finishes are hard to distinguish from the real thing, giving you all the benefits of expensive materials at an affordable price.
Elegant marble, exotic hardwood, or exposed brick. Any type of material can be recreated using less expensive, highly durable vinyl films.
2. Less downtime, less mess
Not only does architectural vinyl wrapping significantly cut project timelines, but installation is much easier and less invasive than traditional refurbishment.
This means less disruption, less mess, and in general a much smaller impact on your business. Depending on the size of the project, the installation of architectural vinyl is often a matter of hours.
3. Up-scale budget materials
With architectural vinyl covering, you can wrap any type of material to transform its look. Even the cheapest materials, such as chipboard or medium-density fibreboard (MDF), can be upgraded and given a more luxurious, elegant appearance.
This helps significantly cut costs on materials without having to compromise on design and look.
4. Be less wasteful
Existing surfaces and furniture can be re-skinned using architectural vinyl, which results in less waste. Rather than investing time and money in replacing furniture and surfaces, they can be re-skinned at a much lower price while producing less waste in the process.
5. Extreme durability
Architectural vinyl is highly durable and incredibly strong, helping prevent wear and tear.
The material is both UV resistant, to prevent colour fading in sunlight, and fire-resistant, to help enhance the safety and security of the building. These vinyl coverings are also washable and easy to clean.
How We Can Help
Our team of skilled experts are here to help you design and plan the right architectural vinyl solution for you. We offer professional installation of all types of architectural vinyl, whether indoor or outdoor. As certified 3M™ DI-NOC™ architectural film installers with over 15 years of experience in the industry, your project is in safe hands!
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