Thursday, 10 July 2014

Corner Guards for the Home Studio

Of course those working in industrial centers, busy offices, or waiting rooms are likely to consider installing corner guards. After all, foot traffic in these areas is high; therefore logic tells us that the possibility of wear and tear on corners is therefore also high. In order to avoid the yearly task of plastering, sanding, dry-walling, and matching paint, installing corner guards is a smart choice.

Likewise, those who own home studios should also consider this option for making the most of their space. 

Photography studios - Although foot traffic is considerably lower, those who own photography studios do bring clients in for visits on a regular basis. Since a professional atmosphere is important, corner guards can help to maintain an attractive appearance while simultaneously preventing against wear and tear.

Art studios - Whether it's print, sculpture, painting, craft, or performance, or installation art, getting the artwork safely into place is as important as displaying it in a clean and attractive setting. Corner guards will not only ensure against occasional bumps and scrapes while moving art but will also double as decorative accents.

Dance studios - Ensuring that stray kicks and tap shoes hurled across the room in frustration will not damage your studio is simple: install corner guards! 

Exercise studios - Free weights, medicine balls, flex cords, ab wheels, resistance bands, sparring pads, agility ladders--With clients coming and going through such a high-energy environment while making use of workout tools such as these, occasional accidents are bound to happen. Installing corner guards will help to mitigate any possible damage.


For more information on which type of corner guard would be best for each situation, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to helping you find exactly what you need to enhance and protect your studio space.

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