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Restaurants & Kitchens

FDA-compliant Restaurant Wall Panels

PVC panels are designed to be easily installed and lightweight allowing for a fast turnover. With their unique characteristics to withstand high-pressured water, they are perfect for fast and easy cleaning in the kitchen. With a hygienic reating that meets CFIA and FDA requirements, kitchen health standards are kept at high ratings. 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.


Install commercial kitchen wall covering

Shop online for the restaurant wall panels from Duramax online portal. The commercial kitchen wall panels made from 100% virgin vinyl ensure you save 40% on material and 50% on labor costs. The panels shipped within two weeks come customized at factory-direct prices. Don’t install FRP panels when PVC is a worthy investment. Our plastic wall panels for the commercial kitchen are a one-time purchase but might be slightly higher. The low-cost FRP panels are initially affordable but are susceptible to callbacks making your expenses shoot up and go north.

Case Studies

Commercial Kitchen in Tucson

  • Type: Commercial Kitchens
  • Location: Tucson, AZ
  • Quantity: 213 sq. ft.

When Alvin bought a local restaurant that went out of business, he felt that he would more than have his job cut out for him, getting it remodeled the way he wanted while adhering to code at the same time. Alvin knew everything there was to know about running a restaurant, the other details he had to learn as he went along. One of the learning curves was deciding what type of materials he would need to use in the remodeling of the restaurant's commercial kitchen. To say that the kitchen had suffered sorely from extensive neglect was an understatement. But Alvin didn’t let that deter him from his vision.

The first step he took was to go online and google what he thought he was looking for. After a few attempts at different search words, he finally hit on a Duramax company that manufactured panels constructed from vinyl. With the panels being constructed from Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), they offered the convenience of easy maintenance in the areas of cleanliness and sanitation. The panels could be sprayed down, in most situations, with water to ensure they are sanitary. This product appeared to be precisely what Alvin was looking for—significant performance with minimum maintenance.

Duramax also constructed their vinyl panels to be impervious to any form of moisture. The panels are engineered to fit together seamlessly to prevent the penetration of moisture that prevents the forming of any types of viruses, bacteria, or mold and eliminates the worry of any possible health issues. Alvin researched a little further to find that although the panels were constructed of ½ inch material, they were sturdy and durable. The panels were also touted as being lightweight and easy enough for one individual to install over the course of a few days. Alvin felt that this would provide a significant reduction in his overall construction costs. Again, the panels fit together with interlocking edges, which creates the impervious seal mentioned above. Alvin learned that he would not need any form of special prepping or construction to install the panels. The panels easily attach to the existing studding and substructure. Everything that Alvin read about Duramax's vinyl panels, the more he realized it was the best choice for him.

Duramax has its fair share of competitors, but from all the research Alvin did, he felt that Duramax's vinyl panels were the route he would go with his remodel and construction.

When looking to build, or remodel, a cold storage or refrigerated space for your company, the logical choice is Duramax vinyl panels. Reliable, trustworthy, and built to last from quality materials, they outperform the competition.


Blairsville Diner

  • Type: Commercial Kitchens
  • Location: Blairsville, PA
  • Quantity: 310 sq. ft.

From the time he was young, Dean had always dreamed of opening his own restaurant. He knew how he wanted it to look, the atmosphere it offered, even down to the delicious offering on the menu. However, when the opportunity presented itself for Dean to see his lifelong dream come to life, his initial fear was that he seemed to have gotten himself into more than he had planned.

He was able to acquire an already existing restaurant at a great price. However, that great price came with conditions—such as the need for several areas being upgraded and brought back up to code. Dean knew that his first step would be to find a product that would get the job done without breaking the bank. He soon found a product called Duramax.

When googling for a possible product to use, Dean found himself brought to a website owned by Duramax. Duramax offered vinyl panels that, from the information, Dean read sounded like the perfect choice for his needs. Having his interest piqued, Dean delved a little deeper into the company's information, and the more he read, the more impressed he became.

Duramax vinyl panels were constructed for those areas that saw a significant amount of moisture. There were no cracks or crevices for bacteria, viruses, or mold to build up and pose possible health problems with their smooth, seamless surface.

They were constructed of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), the panels allowed for easy maintenance to keep it clean and sanitary. In most cases, the panels are easily sprayed down with water to ensure cleanliness. Dean liked the sound of better performance with minimal maintenance.

Dean learned that the panels were constructed of ½ inch thick material, which not only made the panels sturdy and durable but lightweight enough for ease of installation. The panels provided interlocking edges, which formed a tight seal allowing for no cracks or crevices.

When installing the panels, Dean found that there was no special prepping or construction necessary. The panels were capable of being attached to the existing studs of any wall or substructure. The panels are designed to provide a surface impervious to such problems as bacteria and mildew caused by moisture. Dean felt the Duramax vinyl panels were just the item he would need in his restaurant's commercial kitchen area. Their resistance to moisture and the ease of only having to hose them down to clean them would afford the ability for more frequent cleaning of the area.

Another factor that made the vinyl panels appeal to Dean was the fact that they were constructed with the end-user in mind. They are reliable, long-lasting, and trustworthy. When Dean took into account the initial cost compared to the life span of the panels, he realized how much money he would save over time. Dean made a call to Duramax, and their professional customer service reps answered all of his questions. He was so glad he took the time to research his options and felt that there was no other choice than Duramax. When looking to build, or remodel, a cold storage or refrigerated space for your company, the logical choice is Duramax vinyl panels. Reliable, trustworthy, and built to last from quality materials, they outperform the competition.



  • Type: Commercial Kitchen
  • Location: San Diego, California
  • Contractor: John Markos
  • Quantity: 200 Sq. ft. walling

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We had FRP in our kitchen before and the stains would never come off. Love the new look of these panels

Marie White


Our daily cleanup has been easier knowing these panels can withstand the water pressure without and leaks

Kenneth Romero – Owner


We were going go with tile, but I had a bad back and decided to use lighter materials and was very happy with the results

Steven Rose – Contractor

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