Our PVC wall panels are specifically designed for the chemical-resistant, hygienic, and durable environment required by cultivation facilities, extraction labs, and other processing buildings. Easily versatile, the PVC wall panel system can be used to construct new rooms, or retrofit old structures. The best part is how easy and simple it is to install and as a result, also very low maintenance.
Invest in grow room vinyl panels from Duramax. The grow room wall panels make you save 50% on labor and 40% on material costs. The panels are shipped within two weeks and come at amazingly affordable factory-direct prices. Don’t install the FRP panels and choose vinyl wallboard. Although slightly higher than FRP, the 100% virgin vinyl panels are a one-time investment. Initially, you might find FRP panels cheaper, but the prices shoot up high with callbacks, repairs, and replacements.
Barry runs an experimental grow farm in Nevada funded by a large corporation that manufactures all-natural herbal supplements. It’s a rare operation in that it’s one building divided into two sections rather than one big facility. One side is for hydroponics, growing plants with a liquid nutrient solution with essential minerals; the other side is for aquaponics, the growing of plants with mostly water, using fish waste as the fertilizer. There isn’t a huge distinction between the two methods, but both have one thing in common: they each require lots of water, and each requires a tightly sealed space that can be controlled and doesn’t allow leaks.
Since he already used vinyl on the reservoirs where the plants are grown, Barry already knew the benefits of the material when the time came to expand his operation again. Vinyl walls like Duramax PVC panels are ideal for grow rooms, both because their surfaces don’t absorb water and because the tight seal between each panel prevents water from leaking into the foundation of the building. He also has experience with the material’s efficiency with light and heat, two very important aspects of maintaining complete control of an environment. Just as important, vinyl’s protection against bacterial growth means that threats to plant life like mold and fungal growth wouldn’t be an issue for as long as the wall panels last. Since each Duramax PVC wall panel has a lifetime warranty and requires little to no upkeep, it leaves a scientific mind like Barry to concentrate on finding new ways to cultivate plants more efficiently.
It took little time to install PVC panels in the walls and ceiling of Barry’s grow rooms. We used the same materials to create the dividers between the different sections within the rooms. This was very important since different plants require different conditions to thrive. These were tested against Barry’s exact standards to make sure no water was leaking into places it shouldn’t and that the seals of the vinyl panels were tight enough for ideal temperatures. If his first few crops after the install were any indication, the entire operation went off without a hitch.
Diane Fuentes--known in her small hometown as ‘The Flower Girl’--runs a small herbal shop and florist of the same name, that is one of the lone attractions in her quaint neck of the woods. Though seemingly a simple operation, Diane is actually an experienced botanist with a degree in horticulture, the art of cultivating and managing gardens. She maintains her stock year-round, using natural exterior gardens in the spring and summer, then switching to grow rooms in the cold months to edge the competition.
As any botanist knows, a grow room requires lots of water and a controlled environment to keep the plants alive through tough stretches of exterior weather. Diane has used fiberglass panels as her walls for the first five years of operation, but found that leaks and temperature became a problem because of the inherent water absorption of the material, as well as the lack of airtight seals in their construction. She decided earlier this year to remodel one of her smaller grow rooms as an experiment to see if a different type of wall panel was more efficient. Enter Duramax PVC wall panels, which she says popped up in a search for wall panels. We sent samples to Ms. Fuentes so she could get a feel for the material and test its water resistance. After a week, Daisy put in an order to redo all the walls in the small grow room, as well as the main grow room to which it was attached. She also wanted to use vinyl (PVC) to create the dividing walls between her different sections within the main facility, as the thinness and durability of PVC was a major selling point.
It took less than a week to cover the entire space. The tightness of the seals between the panels allowed Diane to control her grow room’s temperatures much more efficiently, and the 100% waterproof surfaces gave little concern over the constant flow of controlled sprinklers. Vinyl’s composition also makes it easier to prevent the formation of mold that can ruin plants. We can’t wait to see how the next crop of herbs and beautiful flowers turns out!
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I chose Duramax for the built-in anti-mold inhibitors... The product also allows for effortless installation that saves time, money, and labor
Greg – Elite Builders Construction LLC
We chose Duramax panels because of the fact we didn't need to use glue, and wouldn't have to worry about them falling off of the ceiling, but also for their look and durability over FRP
Chase – HT Builders
I like that vinyl is clean to cut. Cutting FRP panels can bring up a lot of chemicals and dust
JOEL – FRP Contractor