Washroom Washroom has launched Washroom Refresh, a new washroom refurbishment service which draws on hundreds of unique architectural films to refresh existing facilities.
Washroom Refresh will see the company’s team undertake a complete washroom renovation for toilet cubicles, WC duct panels, urinal panels, vanities, wall panels and door sets.
Using a range of innovative architectural films, Washroom Refresh can create a bespoke new washroom design, far quicker and less expensive compared to a traditional washroom refurbishment.
With a huge collection of over 1,000 patterned and textured architectural films, which can all be applied to virtually any surface within an existing washroom, the design possibilities are virtually limitless.
The range of films includes faithful reproductions of wood, metal, marble, leather and stone, so whether a client is seeking warm woodgrain, sleek polished metal or cool natural stone, Washroom Refresh can help achieve this.
The process of wrapping surfaces using architectural films is quick, with projects usually complete on site in a matter of days, and also reduces waste as existing cubicle doors and panels can be refreshed, as opposed to being replaced.
The innovative architectural films available as part of the Washroom Refresh service are also incredibly durable, stain resistant, easy to clean and easy to repair; so the lifecycle of the facilities are further extended.
Washroom Washroom Ltd.
Units 1-10 Hill Farm
Essex RM4 1TU
Phone: 0800 999 8888
Email: [email protected]
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