A taxing problem solved with Interior Film
HMRC offices in Watford which are leased to them by Mapeley Estates Group, recently underwent a refurbishment project, part of which involved updating a number of washrooms.
Rather than replacing all the bench units housing the wash- hand basins, specialist contractors T6 recommended to Mapeley that the units be refurbished using Interior Film from David Clouting.
This would not only save considerable replacement costs but also greatly reduce installation time as the plumbing and fittings would not have to be removed or replaced.
Interior Film, manufactured by LG Hausys is a versatile architectural film that is quick and easy to install and can be applied to almost an interior surface.
For this project, the T6 team used white Interior Film and transformed four washroom units in just one day, the results were outstanding and gave a fresh, bright new look to the washrooms.
Interior Film’s flexibility ensured that even the rounded edges of the units did not present a problem, creating a seamless smooth finish.
Easy to clean and maintain, Interior Film is hardwearing and remains stable if exposed to heat, humidity or low temperatures. It has also passed robust bleach tests when used in hospital applications.
Available in a wide range of designs and finishes, Interior Film has a CE and IMO classification which ensures it can be specified with confidence.
The use of Interior Film on projects like the washrooms at HMRC offices demonstrates its versatility for use in a wide range of applications and illustrates why David Clouting are seeing an increasing demand from specialist contractors, shop fitters and interior designers who are looking for cost effective solutions and innovative finishes for their refurbishment projects.