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About Reusable Walling Systems

Create a sense of presence and permanence. Retain the ability to adapt and respond to changes in your business with Reusable Walling Systems.

Our comprehensive range of walling products includes demountable walling systems that provide the look, feel and acoustic performance of common partition construction without the cost and concern associated with conventional build methods.

The systems are designed for continued adaptability, allowing you to create flexible, more sustainable and responsive interior spaces.

Advantages of Reusable Walling Systems over ‘drywalling’:

• Panels can be changed and interchanged with no permanent alteration to the system or existing environment.
• Panels can be provided in most finishing materials, including laminates, veneer, integrated whiteboards, glass, wallpapers & fabrics.
• Panels can be moved & changed without any noise or accumulated debris.
• Standard sized panels can be moved & interchanged instantly
• Demountable walling is classed as furniture therefore is not a fixture to the building, and thus allows the partitions to be written off after 7 years. ’Drywalling’, however, is classed as a permanent fixture to the building, and can only be depreciated over a 20 year term.

Quick & easy to install
and relocate 

Cost Effective To
Reconfiguire

Industry Leading
Reticulation Management

Range of functional
accesories 

Aesthetically Pleasing 
And Versatile 

No Mess
No Fuss

Tax Efficient 

Reusable Movable Walling vs. Traditional Fixed Drywall

MOVABLE WALLING

FINISHES

FINISHES

All our full height products are fully integrated with one another, and finishes are limitless.

There are various shopfront alternatives for glass panels and a variety of combinations within certain product lines.

SAVINGS

SAVINGS

SHORT TERM AND LONG TERM SAVINGS

Demountable products allow you to make swift, effective changes with little to no workflow interruption.

The initial cost provides you with a large palette of panels, decreasing costs.

LEAD TIMES

LEAD TIMES

1. Manufacturing lead times range from 1-3 weeks, depending on the size of the project.

2. Installation lead times vary from 1 day to 2 weeks.

DOWN TIMES

DOWN TIMES

1. Small weekend alterations on site will help to avoid any interruptions that may result in a loss of income.

2. Phasing in large changes on site will lessen interruptions, saving the company a potential loss of income.

3. Panels manufactured and cured in the factory, means less installation time on site.

4. Installation on site is quick and easy as each panel moved and swapped independently.

DRYWALLING

FINISHES

FINISHES

The product is in a solid format and is seamless you are restricted to paint and wallpaper finishes, viewing panels can be added too.

Typically, drywall works closely with shop front system to achieve glass elements.

SAVINGS

SAVINGS

SHORT TERM AND LONG TERM SAVINGS

None if there are no changes to the space in question.

Once change is required you will invariably spend the same amount again or more due to cost increases in the market for demolishing, repairing, new installations and having to dispose of building rubble.

LEAD TIMES

LEAD TIMES

1. Materials are stock dependent but are usually available.
2. Installation can take 3 days or up to 4 weeks, depending on the size of the project.
3. Drywall is a type of wet work that creates dust and debris around the installation area. The extra cost of deep cleaning is often required after installation.

DOWN TIMES

DOWN TIMES

1. Small changes can be made over weekends or in the evenings depending on the amount of work required. The area may be cordoned off with limited access due to debris.

2. Large changes on site can be phased in to minimise disruption to the area. There will be no access to the area due to large amounts of debris.

3. Some extra time may be spent on site if materials and bonding agents need drying or curing time.

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