Movable Walls can be used in all sorts of settings, from offices, to schools and village halls. They are an effective way to separate rooms to the desired size, whenever you want. Our MG500 Flush Glazed Sliding Folding Wall Partitions are a great way to achieve this. Here’s a guide on how they work and why you would want them:
Installation of the Wall Partitions
This particular product does not require structural support. There’s no need to worry about where you put it, as it can literally go wherever you want. This has shown to be a hit with our clients as some movable walls aren’t as flexible in this sense. Moreover, hidden hinges allow for an entirely smooth wall. It provides a sleek look that many of our customers use to impress their own clients.
Our movable walls come in all shapes and sizes, but our MG500 series have a glazed appearance. This glass is toughened to reduce the risk of cracks. Furthermore, the aluminium frame can be personalised to your colour request too.
Need a quiet space in a busy office? No worries, our movable walls in the MG500 series have a 46Db rating of acoustic reduction. Having no interfaces on the wall partitions also means that the sleek look can fit in any office space and spruce up the decoration. With no need for ceiling structural support, it looks clean and if you really want to, you can just move the layout without needing a different ceiling shape!
Have a look at our Gallery or product pages today for a visual of how our walls will look in your office, school or large space. Our team worked on the aesthetic of the MG500 wall partitions so that it maximised light in any area, allowing view into all areas of the space. So it is a product that can work in all sorts of places, not just the plain and simple ones. Got an odd shaped room? Don’t stress, we’ve got you covered.
Contact us for movable walls and partitions
If you are looking to have movable walls partitions installed into your school, college, or office, then please do give our friendly team a call. Call us on 01932 918 338 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can fill out our online enquiry form, and we will be in touch as soon as we can.