Get Living London manages residential apartments at the former athletes Olympic Village at Stratford, East London.
When tenants move out, each apartment is given a thorough inspection and clean before new tenants can move in. Time is of the essence as these apartments are extremely popular.
Specialist Contractor T6 were called in by Get Living London to provide an economical solution to refurbish a kitchen in one of the apartments which had become in need of a makeover.
T6 recommended using Interior Film, an architectural, self-adhesive film manufactured by LG Hausys and supplied by surface material distributor David Clouting, to ‘wrap’ around the existing surfaces rather than simply replace the kitchen units.
T6 were able to match the kitchen’s Teak finish to a similar one in the Interior Film range. The whole installation included ‘wrapping’ the base unit doors, drawers, breakfast bar and skirting.
Sophie Verhoven from Get Living London said ‘We had only one day to refurbish this kitchen and T6 delivered on this very tight schedule so the new tenants could move in the following day.’
Interior Film can be applied to almost any interior surface including: wood, metals, plasterboard, plastics and even melamine.
Easy to clean and maintain, it is hardwearing and remains stable if exposed to heat, humidity or low temperatures. It has also passed robust bleach tests when used in hospital applications.
Available in a wide range of designs and finishes, Interior Film which has a CE and IMO classification can be specified with confidence for use on a wide range of applications.
The use of Interior Film on projects like this kitchen refurbishment demonstrates its unique versatility and illustrates why David Clouting are seeing an increasing demand from specialist contractors, shop fitters and interior designers who are looking for cost effective solutions and innovative finishes for their refurbishment projects.