TO PVC OR
NOT TO PVC?
BATHROOM & KITCHEN UNITS NOW AVAILABLE IN PVC
Over the last few years, we have developed, tested and prototyped a new range of affordable PVC alternatives to complement our current kitchen and bathroom units.
THE ABC OF GEZA’S PVC INNOVATION
LIGHTWEIGHT. ZERO UPKEEP. FADE RESISTANT. DAMAGE PROOF.
PVC’s stellar advantages include:
Density: PVC is very dense compared to most plastics
Hardness: PVC ranks well for hardness and durability.
Strength: PVC has excellent tensile strength.
Lightweight: PVC is lightweight, easier to handle, install and transport.
Zero Upkeep – PVC does not require upkeep, repainting or stripping: simply wipe it occasionally for it to look great. Compared to timber or other units PVC is 100% waterproof.
Fade Resistant – Whereas other materials may discolour and fade when exposed to direct daylight, PVC’s extreme UV resistance means it looks great for decades.
Damage Proof – PVC’s resistance to scratches, chipping and dents, make it suitable for high-traffic areas.
Economics: Whereas PVC is more expensive than Melamine, over time its cost effectiveness shines through. PVC is generally less expensive than traditional wood or plywood used in cabinet construction, making it a cost-effective option, especially for budget-conscious projects.