Hygienic wall cladding involves fitting specially designed PVC sheets to walls in areas that require high levels of hygiene or see high levels of traffic. It is extremely hygienic, and as such it is often used in place of ceramic tiles because it doesn’t require grouting (which can be a breeding ground for bacteria).
We are fully trained and experienced in fitting hygienic wall cladding in both commercial and domestic settings. Traditionally it is most commonly used in hospitals, labs, commercial kitchens, changing rooms and hotels, but it is increasingly being used in homes as a splashback for sinks and a water-safe covering for wet rooms.
The cladding is very hard-wearing, insulating and much better than painted walls when it comes to resisting knocks and marks. For locations that require safety flooring as well as hygienic wall cladding, we can use a specialist heating technique to seal cladding around corners.
Whether you’re after a satin or gloss finish, we can help you find the right hygienic wall cladding for your environment and colour scheme, all while ensuring the finished fit meets necessary levels of safety and cleanliness.