PVC cladding for schools, colleges and universitiesWhen working with the education sector it is important to ensure the solutions offered is hard wearing solution and easy to maintain
Nationwide coverage for school cladding and flooring
The education sector accounts for a large part of our customer base. We work with councils, private schools, third party contractors and in collaboration with other trades firms for schools, college and universities all around the UK.
Where abouts is cladding used in schools?
The work often involves re-cladding kitchens and canteen areas plus other high traffic areas including sports facilities and locker rooms where a clean, robust and low maintenance surface is required.
Halls, corridors and classrooms
Before work is undertaken it is obvious to see the punishment the walls are subjected to from data to day. However PVC cladding stands up to the rigours of knocks and bangs with bags far better than plastered walls ever could. Vinyl flooring also stands the test of time much better than the hardest wearing carpet ever could.
Changing rooms and sports halls
Wetrooms and locker rooms require a fully sealed finish, again with a durable material. PVC cladding along with vinyl flooring is perfect for giving the sealed wet room finish required and again is easy to clean at the end of each day.
EnviraClad plan and install lots of kitchen and catering facility environments working for lots of restaurants and hotels so have plenty of experience in this area.
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Speak to our friendly team today to discuss the wall cladding and flooring options. We do get booked up early for school holidays so speaking to us early in the term will ensure that you don’t miss out.
What else can I say but thank, thanks and more thanks. After being let down last minute by another company during the summer holidays we had to find a firm to refit floors and wall cladding to the locker rooms and toilets as well as vinyl flooring to the corridors and classrooms. Chris and his staff could not have been more helpful. 🙂Contract Manager