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The Likely Lasting Effects of COVID-19 On Wall Finishes in Public Serving Industries Across Canada

April 28th, 2021 | in Hygienic Wall Systems
Wall Finishes

One of the most likely lasting implications of COVID-19 may be the increased focus on sanitation. Thinking back to a couple of years ago, sanitation and cleanliness of surfaces were often disregarded. However, things change quickly, and we know that in today’s environment, sanitation is paramount.

As we fluctuate between lockdown and soft openings, those in the public service building know how important it is for their space to be sanitary. Any potential opening needs to be capitalized on. And to do that, you need a sterile environment.

While wiping down surfaces is a useful tactic, it is nearly impossible to get all the bacteria out of most walls. COVID-19 has forced many hospitals, kitchens, and laboratories to adopt hygienic wall systems as a way of keeping a consistently sterile environment.

These specific types of walls have provided no surface area or material for germs to collect on. As a result, everyone can have peace of mind knowing they are working in a sterile environment.

While most people wonder if the handshake is a thing of the past, we at WallPro are more focused on the future of sanitation for buildings. Our solution to the problem has been to supply premium hygienic PVC walls that are durable and quickly installed.

When it comes to sanitary wall finishes, our team will be able to find the right fit for any situation. If you have been looking for the right hygienic PVC wall, it is time you contact the experts.

Wallpro, based in Surrey, BC, provides and installs specialized wall coverings to meet stringent standards for sterile or hygienic purposes.

If you have any questions about this article or would like to talk to us about specialized wall systems for your business, please call us at (778) 997-8248.


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