When Is a Wall Not a Wall? When it Moves
February 4, 2020
Have you ever had remodeling remorse in your office? You spend countless hours planning and dividing the space, build partition walls, and everything’s great … until a year or two later when your staffing or your priorities, or both, have changed. Now that space you spent so much time designing no longer works.
When you subdivide your space with traditional framing and drywall, you’re pretty much stuck with that layout. Changing it involves a lot of time, mess and expense, and a disruptive renovation that’s probably happening during business hours.
Instead, consider an option that changes with your needs: demountable walls. A demountable wall system consists of frameless glass panels fixed in place with a channel that mounts to the floor and brackets to secure the walls to the ceiling.
Demountable – or movable – walls offer a clean appearance and an answer to all the drawbacks of traditional partition walls: you can easily relocate, repurpose and reconfigure walls as your needs change. Turn several smaller spaces into one large one or vice versa with far less expense and time than standard construction.
And don’t let the “glass walls” part slow you down. Every office needs some private spaces, and privacy panels can easily be added where you need them. Demountable walls even offer modular power options so you’ll have plenty of places to plug in.
A growing company needs a space that can grow and adapt with it. Consider adding moveable walls to future-proof your changing business.
Want to know more about demountable, movable walls for your office space? Contact Office Images.