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Transforming Architectural Surfaces in Healthcare Facilities

Few industries require adaptability more than healthcare. In a healthcare setting, professionals are constantly facing new challenges, new regulations, new  patients, and so on. Solutions must be fast, flexible, and financially sound. That’s why, when a solution shows up that’s fast, easy, and solves one of the many problems you’re juggling each day… it’s important to pay attention.

As a 3M partner, The Vomela Companies offers just such a solution: printed graphics designed specifically to refresh architectural surfaces. Manufactured by 3M and printed/installed by Vomela, these materials are the perfect solution for fast, easy, and high-quality applications in healthcare settings.

What is an architectural surface? 

An architectural surface is any part of your facility that serves an architectural purpose. This includes windows, walls, countertops, tabletops, floors, stairs, and doors. Typically, these surfaces endure a lot of daily wear and tear and because of that, are frequently looking less than their best.

How can I transform the architectural surfaces in my healthcare facility?

You can transform the architectural surfaces in your healthcare facility by having a construction team come in, gut the place, and completely (and expensively) re-do everything so it looks fresh and new. Sound like a little too much of an undertaking? We agree.

That’s why you can also transform architectural surfaces with the use of innovative materials that can cover, wrap, or decorate surfaces to fit your unique wants and needs. These films, developed by our trusted partner 3M, are made to emulate traditionally expensive materials like wood, metal, and leather and are an ideal solution for anyone who wants to transform an existing surface without the cost, downtime, and potential headache involved with restructuring the layout of their space.

An additional bonus of using this type of material is the ease of sanitation; they can be cleaned with normal cleaning products, meaning you don’t have to worry about post-installation complications in the sterile healthcare setting.

These types of films can be used in a huge variety of ways, including but not limited to:

  • Upgrading out of date surfaces in areas like the front desk or patient intake to look more modern without the cost of traditional remodeling. Using films with an updated wood grain or stone finish can elevate a space without breaking the bank.
  • Clean up exterior surfaces to add welcoming new life and color to your space. These materials aren’t only fit for interior use and can stand up to the elements without losing their intense color and opacity. 
  • Introduce new wayfinding signage that can be moved, used, and re-used as needed to accommodate other changes in your building. This was especially helpful during Covid-19, when the pandemic forced a lot of properties to add new signage that prevented gatherings and helped promote social distancing.

Vomela partners with 3M to offer only the highest quality substrates for architectural surfaces and your application options are nearly endless. Get in contact with us today to learn more about how we can help create a custom solution for your healthcare facility's unique needs.

Jan 27, 2021 |

Topics: healthcare, architecture

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