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Description: When the new administration took over the aging hospital in a small town, they decided some very desperately needed upgrades were in order. To manage the budget and the overseeing of the project, the board members decided to hire Kenny.
They explained to Kenny the need for the patient’s room to be remodeled, keeping in mind the need for both cleanliness and sanitation when choosing the materials for the walls. They wanted to ensure that the remodel would hold up to health codes in these two vital areas.
Duramax vinyl panels offered both of these requirements. Constructed to top-grade, superior quality Polyvinyl Chloride, or PVC, the panels were smooth and impervious to moisture. They were also manufactured with a tongue-in-groove edge so that they may fit tightly together without leaving any crevices or gaps, where moisture could collect, leading to the buildup of bacteria, mold, or mildew. With the smooth surface and absence of gaps and crevices, the panels were easy to maintain, most often only needing a hosing down. If required, a green cleaner could also be utilized, as the panels were also corrosion-resistant. This feature enabled them to hold up well to frequent cleaning and sanitation.
When looking at the cost of construction utilizing the Duramax vinyl panels, Kenny learned that he could save a significant amount in labor costs when installing the materials. Constructed of ½ inch thick PVC, the panels were lightweight and could be easily installed in a shorter amount of time than most of the competition. There was also the minimization of cost in that the panels would attach directly to the existing studs or substrate in place. This form of installation meant that there would be no extra prepping or reconstruction of the foundation walls needed.
Perhaps the main selling point for Kenny was the resistance to moisture that the vinyl panels provided. Knowing the conditions that can exist in most hospital rooms and the Emergency Room, a wall covering that stands up to moisture is an absolute must. With the reliability, trustworthiness, and quality of manufacturing that went along with the Duramax brand of vinyl panels, Kenny felt that they were the only choice, ruling out any of their competition. In Kenny's opinion, Duramax was heads above its competition—making it the only logical choice for the hospital remodel.
During a recent round of storms that had moved through the area where Danny’s riding stables were located, the building housing most of the horses had incurred some extensive damage. As Danny already needed to make repairs, he decided to do some much-needed upgrades while he was at it.
Knowing that he didn't want the walls where the horses were stabled repaired with the same material that they had contained before, Danny began his search for a better choice when it came to keeping the areas cleaner and more sanitary. He turned to the internet and the search engine Google to aid him in his task.
It was during one of his googling sessions that Danny was brought to Duramax vinyl panels. Intrigued by the product, Danny looked a little more in-depth into what the company offered and how it might work to his benefit. To say that Danny was impressed would be an understatement.
Duramax vinyl panels were be suited for those areas that see a lot of moisture. As the product was constructed of top-grade superior quality Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), they were simple to maintain and keep clean and sanitary. Just what Danny was looking for to line the horse stalls in his stables.
The panels, constructed of ½ inch thick material, were constructed with interlocking edges that fit snugly together when installed. Installation was also easy and cost-effective, as no pre-prepping or special construction was necessary to install the panels. They only needed to be attached to the existing studs of the substructure. With the Duramax vinyl panels being constructed to make them impervious to moisture, bacteria, mold, and mildew, Danny felt they would be the perfect choice for the walls in the newly renovated horse stalls. With the ease of maintenance requiring that, in most cases, hosing down the walls was all that was needed would allow more frequent and efficient cleaning as well.
Perhaps one of the other determining factors for Danny was that the panels were constructed to be reliable, trustworthy, and long-lasting. When he looked at the numbers, he realized that he would be saving money over time, as the panels would not need to be replaced as quickly as those of other competitors on the market. Danny felt that going with Duramax vinyl panels was the only logical choice for his riding stables. He was glad that he took the time to search and compare the products available and feels he has chosen the best option.
Mountaineer brewery had been a family business for over a millennium. When the business was passed down to Landon, he knew that some changes had to be made. Changes in the brewery house itself, not the product. When brewing any form of liquor, there is a lot of moisture involved. So when Landon decided to make his changes, he knew he had to take this into account.
He connected with other family breweries and soon found that most of them used a product made by Duramax's company. It seemed that their vinyl panels were just what Landon had been looking for to remodel his brewery room.
Googling their name, he found out that their product was specialized for use in areas exposed to excessive moisture. Constructed of top-quality Polyvinyl Chloride, or PVC, the smooth panels surface made it impervious to moisture retention.
The panels were also manufactured to fit together in a tongue-in-groove fashion, which prevented crevices or cracks. That meant that there was no place for the moisture to seep in and allow bacteria, mold, or mildew buildup.
Then, there were significant savings in the cost of labor with the installation of the vinyl panels. Being that they were constructed of ½ inch thick PVC, they were lightweight and easy to manage. In most cases, the panels could be installed in a matter of days, and usually by only one individual. This, in turn, would prove to cut down the installation cost and overall construction costs.
Not only would placing the panels cut down on the costs of the project, but Landon learned that there wasn’t a need type of prepping or reworking of the substructure, as the panels would attach to the existing studding as is.
Perhaps the main selling point for Landon was that the vinyl panels would be impervious to moisture in the brewery room and work to provide a clean and sanitary environment. That would allow him to create the brew that his family had been known for throughout the years. With all these features considered and the backing of a trustworthy and reliable company offering a quality manufactured product, Landon soon decided that Duramax was the best route to take. Their product was truly head and shoulders above their competition and had the track record to prove it. It was the only logical choice to make.
When looking to remodel or new construction, the only choice is Duramax vinyl panels. You will be glad you made the choice.
Description: Carol owns three marinas in different coastal cities throughout the U.S., which she has successfully run since 2009. The fees she collects dealing with small boats have earned Carol a nice profit margin since then. A few years ago, however, she noticed a problem: too much of this profit was being put back into the company to take care of water damage concerns. What was once written off as an acceptable loss had become too much of their budget.
Before she contacted us, all three of Carol’s marinas were walled with a type of drywall with additives that made it more water-resistant. These were expensive, but Carol thought they were the best option at the time. Now, she realized, she’d need a material that was truly waterproof. If she could find a material that fit the specific dimensions of her marinas that took care of her moisture problem, the upfront cost would be worth the long-term benefit.
Of course, Carol came across vinyl during the course of her research into waterproof material options. She requested a free sample of our Duramax PVC wall panels, which we were happy to send. The water resistance was important, but Carol also wanted to know about the cosmetic appearance of PVC, since her marinas are a front-facing business. We presumed Carol performed some type of testing that involves immersing the panel in water for extended periods, but she contacted us sometime later and said that she was sold. To confirm her findings, we assured Carol that vinyl did not absorb nor become damaged by water and that even the seams between the panels prevent water from escaping.
Despite some tough-to-reach places in her facilities, operation for all three marinas went off without a hitch. In our customer follow-up conversations, Carol was pleased with the clean and polished look of vinyl, commenting that its sheen was “not so shiny that it’s too much but pleasing to look at.” She was also pleased with the fact all her facilities are now uniform—having picked the same color for each—which she thinks will help her brand as she expands.
Description: Aaron makes his living as a full-time carpenter, part-time craftsman. He’ll tell you that the former is how the bills get paid, but the latter is his passion. Many items of furniture, sculptures, and tools have left his woodworking bench over the years. It remains in the corner of his garage, to the left of his Honda Prius when it rains, though the car usually remains outside. After some time working in his makeshift garage workshop, Aaron decided to upgrade it to a bonafide workstation.
The walls were the first item on the list of upgrades since the garage still had the basic wooden frames and drywall from the original construction. He had already seen moisture causing problems in the wood, which became an even bigger problem considering Aaron must often leave wood pieces sitting around as they were completed. Not only did Aaron need seamless walls to prevent moisture from ruining tools and pieces, but he also needed to make sure the room temperatures didn’t get too hot or cold. Either extreme could have damaging effects on his crafts.
We installed Duramax PVC panels in the walls and ceiling of Aaron’s entire garage. The result was a uniform off-white facility that really captured his desire for a creative space. The lack of moisture inside the garage meant there was much less concern over mold in the garage and even less concern over warped woodworking. Aaron reported in our follow-up that he was pleasantly surprised at how much lower his heating and air costs were after the Duramax PVC panels improved the insulation in his garage. This was a result of removing the previous gaps in his walls and ceiling with vinyl panels, which increased the heat and cold retention of the entire home.
Description: Sharon is a botanist who works in the vegan foods industry, except not in the typical realm. Instead of packaging meat replacements made of tofu for humans, she makes vegan treats for pets. This started as a side gig to her job at the local veterinarian’s office, which quickly became a full-time business. Once Sharon’s vegan treat business grew beyond her garage, where storage never lasted more than a day, it was time to think about a more feasible long-term solution.
For about half her inventory, this was no problem. These were dry goods, so she could just designate a space and stack them there until they were ready to be shipped to pet stores. The complicated bit was the other half of her inventory. Many of these items were subject to problems if they were kept at room temperature or hotter, so they would need to be refrigerated. This presented Sharon with the task of sectioning off half her warehouse, which would require different types of walls that didn’t allow the cold to escape into the other space and vice versa. A tight seal on wall panels isn’t just a way to make sure an area is a certain temperature, it’s also to make sure you’re cooling the large space efficiently and not running up unnecessarily high power bills.
Sharon contacted us about our Duramax PVC wall panels, and we were able to help with at least one headache she faced. She was pleased with the seal provided by vinyl wall panels, and the sleekness of their surface, which made cleaning take far less time. The fact that our wall panels reduce the activity of bacteria was even more of an unexpected boon to her business. As Sharon put it, she was allowing for a certain amount of spoiled goods in her previous operation, chalking it up as the cost of doing business. After she upgraded to Duramax PVC wall panels, this margin for error became virtually nonexistent!
Descriptions: Former law enforcement officer turned conservationist Joseph Barringer turned over a new chapter six years ago, when he went into business helping private citizens and governments establish emergency shelters for various purposes. These purposes include isolation zones for emergency COVID outbreaks, quick medical facilities that can be moved to problem zones without long construction cycles, temporary lodgings for people who have been displaced, and the homeless. The latter was of particular interest to Barringer who has worked with various charities to help the homeless for the last decade. At various points during his work in this sector, he reached out to us for a simple solution for the interior walls of these structures.
The PVC wall panels we suggested for Barringer’s shelters are called Duramax PVC Panels, a highly-regarded type of PVC wall panel that is ideal for emergency shelters. They are simple enough to install by one person in a relatively short amount of time compared to most other material types. This saves any operation the considerable cost of labor upfront, and the resilience of the panels saves in labor costs down the road. Further, the panels offer a seamless design that makes insulation easier and saves on heating and air. Using Duramax PVC wall panels, Barringer was able to cut costs across the board, and increase the efficiency of his emergency shelter operation.
The workers at the medical facilities were pleased with the antimicrobial properties of the PVC wall panels, which don’t allow bacteria to form beneath the surface. Maintaining a clean environment is a top priority for anyone working in the medical field. Similar benefits were in place for the makeshift homeless shelters that used our panels, since risk of exposure to the elements and dangerous diseases is even higher among these communities. In turn, we are pleased to have created a product that can be used practically, and for the benefit of so many people.
Descriptions: In the wee hours of a March morning, Steven received a call no business owner wants to receive—your laundromat had had a significant water leak and suffered extensive damage. When Steven purchased the business a few years previously, he knew repairs would need to be done, but he had not planned on them being this extensive.
Not sure where to start, Steven knew that he didn't want to build back with the same materials that the previous owner had used. That is when he began looking into Duramax vinyl panels as an alternative. After looking at all of the available types of material on the market, Steven kept finding his research for the best choice leading him back to Duramax. Being constructed of top-grade Polyvinyl Chloride, the panels were not only durable but of superior quality as well.
With their seamless construction and smooth surface, Duramax vinyl panels were impervious to moisture. They were also proven to be resistant to the buildup of dirt and grime, which most often lead to the formation of bacteria, viruses, mold, and mildew.
Through his research, Steven also learned of the benefit of reduced costs of construction, as the vinyl panels were not only quick but easy to install. They quickly fastened to the existing substructure, which meant he would not have to be tearing out any partitions or walls for the changeover.
Made a full ½ inch thick, the panels are constructed to interlock together along their sides, providing a smooth, seamless surface. Although the vinyl panels were only ½ inch thick, the panels are durable yet lightweight so as not to put any undue additional stress on the attached substrate.
Steven also learned that the whole process was a breeze when it came to maintaining the panels. He simply had to wash the walls down occasionally with water or a hose, and they would remain clean and sanitary. There were no worries about the moisture content that is common in a laundromat leading to any form of buildup or bacterias.
With its smooth, seamless construction, the vinyl panels did not have any form of crevices that would allow any dirt or grime to hide and viruses to grow. There was also the advantage that Duramax vinyl panels are resistant to most chemicals and will not suffer from corrosion.
When looking at the cost of using Duramax vinyl panels, Steven crunched the numbers. He saw that, over the long run, Duramax was the most economical choice when put up against its competitors. He learned that Duramax vinyl panels were constructed with the intent to handle any challenge thrown at them. When it came time to remodel, Steven went with Duramax vinyl panels, which he felt was the only logical choice.