Wall Cladding

Hygienic wall cladding presents an effective solution for areas requiring clean and hygienic walling, applicable across a wide spectrum of environments—from bathrooms and toilets to swimming pools, hospitals, and food and catering spaces.

Offering a safe, clean, resilient, and durable alternative to ceramic tiling, PVC wall cladding eliminates the need for grout, ensuring a crack-free surface that is easy to maintain. This characteristic prevents the accumulation of bacteria and dirt in high-risk areas, significantly reducing the risk of contamination.

Available in a variety of colors to complement clients’ design preferences, PVC wall cladding is fully bonded to the wall and flexible enough to mold around 90-degree angles without the need for joints. This results in a smooth finish that can be swiftly installed in most environments.

In recent years, PVC wall cladding has gained popularity, particularly in the health and food production industries. To meet the growing demand, our staff have undergone comprehensive training in its installation.

Partnering with leading manufacturers such as Altro Whiterock and Bioclad, we have been entrusted to specify, supply, and install PVC wall cladding alongside vinyl flooring in numerous contracts nationwide, ranging from large-scale projects to smaller installations.

At CRT Flooring Specialists Ltd, we offer a comprehensive “one shop” service, streamlining the process for our clients and ensuring fast and efficient delivery from a single source. Recognizing the importance of minimizing disruption during installation, we strive to provide our clients with a seamless experience, and their satisfaction with our combined service is testament to our commitment.

We recommend the following substrates for optimal installation:

  • Good quality fair-faced brick or blockwork.
  • Sand and cement rendering at 1:3 ratio with a steel trowel finish.
  • 5 mm thick plasterboard.
  • Ceramic tiles securely bonded to a substrate.
  • 9mm (minimum) W.P.B resin bonded to substrate.