What can cladding be used for?
Abplas can supply and fulfil commercial and domestic specifications from our wide range of plastic cladding stock. We offer hygienic wall cladding for use in food preparation areas, hospitals, commercial kitchens, schools, gardens and homes. Our cladding solutions are very popular because of the ongoing ease to clean and maintain them.
For the home we supply coloured kitchen and bathroom splash back panels. Plastic cladding products are very popular in domestic settings as an alternative to tiles. Our cladding products can be created in any British Standard paint colours, RAL colours, Pantone colours or they can be produced in digitally printed designs. Digitally printing designs allows you to have exactly the effect you desire and you will achieve a splashback which will be completely unique for your space. We also provide mirrored or even backlit LED panels.
We provide hospitals with hygienic plastic sheets to clad their doors, corridors, wards and theatres. Our sheeting is also used in commercial kitchens, public toilets and animal rescue centres and kennels. We also supply mirrored cladding panels to gyms, dance studios and even riding schools.
Plastic cladding also offers transparent protection for displays in schools, museums and stately homes. Lots of people find that plastic cladding is a quick, easy and less messy alternative to painting public spaces and thoroughfares. It protects paintwork and wallpaper from general wear and tear. It is also easy to maintain as any marks or finger prints can be simply wiped away. Abplas cladding products are not only robust, but they also retain their aesthetic qualities.
How we can help
Our wealth of experience means that we are happy to advise customers on the best materials and products for them, be it solid PVC, acrylic or polycarbonate. We will cut your cladding to the correct shape and size. We will also be able to explain the best way to fit our products.
We can also supply you with silicone, screws, cleaning products etc, and answer any questions you may have about using them.
To find out more about our cladding products: https://www.abplas.co.uk/portfolio-abplas/#abclad
Or to get some inspiration on using mirrors in garden design have a look at this blog post by Peter Donegan: