Thursday 14 August 2014

Incorporating Stainless Steel Corner Guards Into Interior Design

It's a small thing, but it has a big purpose. With stainless steel corner guards, you can rest easy knowing that chipped and scuffed drywall isn't going to detract from your décor. But with some modern and industrial styles, a stainless steel corner guard isn't just functional, but fashionable as well.

According to Furnish Burnish, the industrial style relies on the heavy use of metals. Traditionally, the style was used to decorate spaces that had been transformed from their original industrial purpose into living spaces. The color palette of such areas is generally rust, black, metallic, and yellow-toned.

The website suggests balancing the metal in the room with other décor items. If you have metallic-colored walls, then shabby wooden furniture might produce the desired effect. Or metallic-finished furniture with a rich colored wall paint. The use of stainless steel color guards with an attractive brushed finish can be the perfect accent to rich wall colors and metal furniture, tying the look of the walls in with the rest of the décor.

If industrial isn't the look you're going for with your decorating, don't despair. You can paint our Satin Coat corner guards in whatever color you'd like them to be, so that they continue to give you protection for your drywall corners while serving as an accent piece in your decorating scheme or even blending in with the color of your walls.

Whatever your style and whatever space you're decorating, corner protectors from Boss Corner Guards can help you achieve and maintain a professional, finished look. For more information, contact us.

Thursday 7 August 2014

Four Reasons to Consider Drywall Protectors

If you're even aware that drywall protectors exist, then you're already light years ahead of some. The next step, of course, is to consider whether or not they're a good investment for you. By reading the list below, you'll soon see that far from being some elite product for the few, drywall protectors really are for everyone.

Four Reasons to Consider Drywall Protectors:

Reason One: You have a building... with corners in it. This might be a no-brainer, but we thought we might as well mention it. After all, if you don't have a building, or if you do have a building but it's totally round, then you would have no need for drywall protectors. As for the rest of you, read on.

Reason Two: People pass in and out of your building on a regular basis. Unless you're running a mausoleum, chances are high that your building has significant foot traffic, and while this may boost your bottom line, there's no denying that people cause significant wear and tear. Hence the need for drywall protectors.

Reason Three: You have employees. The well-worn phrase "the customer is always right" does not always extend to employees, especially to employees whose mistakes accidentally mangle your drywall. Better to protect you both and have drywall protectors installed just in case.

Reason Four: You're in this for the long haul. If you're only planning to be in business for a few years, then there's no need to think ahead about keeping your drywall in good shape. If, however, you're in it for the long haul, investing in wall protection is probably in your best interests.

Did any of these reasons strike a chord with you? If so, you're in luck. Drywall protectors are easy to obtain and install. Feel free to contact us for more details.