Everything you need to make informed decisions about showers, countertops, and the materials and processes that go into producing them.
Picture this: you’ve just gotten in from a vigorous run or a game of tennis or a marathon gardening session in the backyard. You’re hot. You’re sweaty. You’re just itching to jump into the shower. You race to the bathroom, turn on the faucet, strip down, and step inside when WHAM! You slip. Luckily, you catch yourself, but just barely.
If you’re like many business owners, then you take great care and feel an immense amount of pride in the way your business and your brand is displayed to the world. Every product or service provided speaks to who you are, as does every advertisement or piece of marketing. This can also include your office space itself, especially the conference or meeting room, where important deals are closed, contracts are signed, and hands are shaken.
Whether you’re working with showers in a commercial or residential building, educational setting, healthcare environment, or a wide range of other facility types, solid surface shower wall panels can provide an ideal solution.
You might know that you can get some high quality shower wall panels using solid surface, but here are a few things you may not know about solid surface shower wall panels: Continue reading “3 Things You May Not Know About Solid Surface Shower Wall Panels”
When hospital bathrooms and showers are in need of an update, there are plenty of factors to consider. For instance, should they be retrofitted or remodeled?
When designing a university shower, there are a lot of things to keep in mind. Showers in residence halls receive constant use, so they need to look good, stay clean, and last. Here are a few key things to consider when designing university showers.
Continue reading “4 Keys to Quality University Shower Design”
Residence hall bathrooms aren’t always known for their cleanliness and safety. But they can be, with solid surface university showers. Here are three common problems most university bathrooms face and what to do about it.
If you’re working on a residence hall bathroom project, you’re probably reviewing the many material options you have available for you. More and more universities are choosing solid surface over others, so maybe you should too.
There are many reasons why solid surface may be the right fit for your residence hall bathrooms project, but let’s take a look at just four of them. Continue reading “Four Reasons Solid Surface Might Be Right for Your Residence Hall Bathrooms”
If you’ve watched a single episode of any home flipping show on HGTV or DIY Network, you’d think the number one choice in countertops must be granite. And, while granite countertops definitely offer a splendid appearance, the well-known material does have its downfalls.