Why choose acrylic solid surface for commercial applications?

Acrylic solid surfaces are ideal solution for a whole host of commercial uses, from reception desksbars, and shop fitting, to washroomshealthcare environments and museums. Sectors as diverse as educationtransportation and retail look to acrylic solid surface for the solution to their design requirements.

Acrylic solid surfaces provide imaginative, innovative and practical solutions and have the following benefits:

  • Design flexibility – if your design or architect can envisage it, it can be built
  • Hygienic – easy to clean with homogenous, seamless joints so nowhere for germs and dirt to harbour
  • Non porous – stain, mould and mildew resistant
  • Easy to clean – wipe clean surfaces reduce ongoing maintenance costs
  • Endless design possibilities – any shape is possible

  • Colour stability – richly pigmented colours with impressive resistance to UV deterioration
  • Durability – resistent to impact and high traffic
  • Can combine with other materials such as wood, metal or glass
  • Able to engrave and image transfer
  • Able to thermoform into organic shapes and curves
  • Weatherproof  – able to use outdoors and resistant to rain, wind, sun, salt and frost

Why choose Deeley Fabrications MK for commercial projects?

At DFMK we have over 20 years experience of working with all kinds of organisation, from large blue chip companies to small start ups, from corporate giants to public sector galleries and museums. We work with a range of client contacts, including architects, project managers, developers and builders, so we understand all aspects of your project and can help you achieve your objectives. At DFMK we run a tight ship – that’s why we’re Dupont Corian® Quality Network Partners and members of the HI-MACS® Quality Club. As you’d expect, we have £10m public liability insurance and all our installers have CSCS cards and full PPE gear. Method statements, risk assessments and COSHH sheets are prepared for every project and can be provided for inspection if and when required.

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