We break down some mistakes in building design and maintenance that can be resolved before a facility is built or renovated that will save time, money, and resources in the long run. When it comes to keeping a building’s interior looking newer longer, here a five things to look for or consider.
A brand new class of materials called Flexible Wall Protection is showing great potential to be a true game changer by combining the look of wallcovering with the durability of rigid wall protection, so walls can make an impact while being able to take the impact.
When it comes to any facility, the front-facing areas of your building or business are where you spend the most effort and money to keep them clean and pleasing in appearance. Shouldn’t unseen spaces also get some TLC, too?
A Glimpse Into Inpro’s 2019 Timeless Collection of Finishes
University elevators serve a dual purpose, which means at least twice a year they turn into freight elevators with student move-in and move-out. We break down the importance of renovating beat up elevator interiors.
Call it the Rodney Dangerfield of interior protection products. When it comes to corner guards, many designers and building owners simply don’t grasp the superior performance and protection they deliver.
Right after the lobby area, elevators are the next space your building’s guests and residents will see.
Banged up décor leaves a bad first impression