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Are You Using Your Walls or Are They Using You?
What are your walls doing for you? Can they improve acoustics or provide thermal insulation? Are they tackable – able to accept push-pins for hanging photos or documents without leaving holes behind?
Wall Finishing Redefined
The Fabricmate Wall Finishing System is the perfect alternative to paint. It is high-impact, offering superior wall protection. It absorbs reverberated sound to significantly improve acoustics. By design it mitigates visible damage, lasting far longer than painted walls while greatly reducing maintenance costs.
Make A Difference
We share your concerns about people and the planet we live on. Our manufacturing processes are safe and ecologically responsible. Our materials come from sustainable resources. We use Post-Consumer Content as often as possible and we are proud to say that our products are VOC free.
The Fabricmate Advantage
Businesses, schools, colleges and universities, churches, and commercial institutions throughout North America are using the Fabricmate System year after year with tremendous satisfaction. Facilities maintenance personnel have found that installation is easy, fast, and relatively clean.
When self-installation is not an option, we can recommend installation contractors or work with one of your choosing. Short lead times are our specialty. Our system products are in stock and in most cases are available for same day shipment.
Key Features and Benefits
Loosely Woven, allowing for air to pass through
This fabric is great for using in acoustically sensitive applications. Panels being used to absorb unwanted noise should be faced with a fabric that, like this one, has an open weave that freely allows air to pass through it.
Fabrics that have been treated with anything heavier than a 0.5 oz sprayed acrylic backing will generally be poor in acoustic applications.
Our Featured Acoustic Fabrics
FR701 Acoustic Fabrics
Guilford of Maine's FR701 acoustic fabric is made from 100% post-consumer recycled Polyester to produce a high-quality acoustical fabric that is recyclable at the end of its useable life.
Anchorage Acoustic Fabrics
Guilford of Maine's Anchorage acoustic fabric is made from 35% post-consumer and 65% pre-consumer polyester to produce a high-quality acoustical fabric that is recyclable at the end of its useable life.
Studio 54 Acoustic Fabrics
Guilford of Maine's Studio 54 acoustic fabrics are made from 100% Polypropylene and are pre-treated with Polyester Binder, a fabric stabilizer which prevents fraying and increases durability making it the ideal acoustical fabric for high-traffic areas.
This Fabric has proven to work well when repeatedly tacked
• It is Self-Healing
• Has a Plain-Weave Construction
• It Boasts Durable Fibers
• Leaves No Visible Holes
Use them in commercial and home offices, conference rooms, schools, kid’s rooms, modular workstations, hallways and anywhere you need to tack documents, pictures, notes, anything!
Hold up to over 50,000 Double Rubs
This fabric is great for use in high-traffic environments where long-lasting durability is needed. Panels being used as wall-protection should be faced with a High-Impact Fabric. High-Impact Fabrics can be expected to last in high-traffic environments for over 15 years.
A double rub is a motion that approximates the wear and tear that comes from someone sitting down on and getting up from an upholstered seat.
Regular use for a year is around 3,000 double rubs.
Made from at-least 60% post-consumer products
This fabric has been made from at least 60% post-consumer products. Recycling discarded beverage bottles and other plastics helps to reduce waste. These fabrics are recyclable, themselves.
Recycled fabrics are often eligible for LEED Certification points.
Certified to meet national & local fire codes
Having a fabric treated with a fire retardant DOES NOT guarantee that the fabric will meet ASTM E-84 Unadhered unless the fabric is treated AND THEN tested by an accredited tested facility.
The only test procedure that is acceptable by the national building codes for establishing the Class for a stretch fabric application is the ASTM E84 Unadhered (Steiner Tunnel Test).
Free of Volatile Organic Compounds
This fabric has been certified free of VOC's.
VOC's have been proven to cause compounding long-term health issues, especially indoors.
Nearly all of our fabrics are VOC Free.
Our Fabric Wall Finishing Systems benefit from an array of advantages. They don’t just look fantastic, they provide a whole array of functional benefits.
They absorb reverberated sound, providing acoustic control to lessen the amount of noise in a room. They protect and adorn your walls, providing high-impact wall protection while serving as a tackable surface, giving the same functionality as a bulletin board without sacrificing aesthetics.
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Please be sure to check out our Frequently Asked Questions. Contact us about any inquiries, questions, concerns, or comments that you could share with us. Our team at Fabricmate is dedicated to answering any and all questions you may have about our product, services, or policies; that's what we're here for!