The relevance of Inpro’s 2020 Centered Collection has evolved. Learn about some of the interesting parallels that have taken place.
Architectural Protection Products Blog
We obsess about a lot of things (but in a good way). Besides thinking about our products daily, we also find ways to help our customers, industry influencers, and even just people interested in architectural protection products learn about important topics. Our blog is one of the ways we can share our thoughts, ideas and even a little fun sometimes. Find out about our latest topic below.
Looking for ways to decrease contamination on campus? Learn about building products that stand up to new distancing and cleaning demands.
Learn about the most recent and relevant strategies for expanding or partitioning healthcare building space, and the best interior products that stand up to new cleaning standards, avoid contamination, and minimize maintenance.
As new practices are put into place to prevent contamination, healthcare workers and the surfaces they are required to keep clean, will be put to the ultimate test. Learn about the best product solutions for healthcare hot zones.
As custodians implement new cleaning and sanitizing practices in schools and education buildings, the surfaces they are required to keep clean are put to the ultimate test. Learn prevalent contamination “hot zones” in education facilities and interior products that offer low-maintenance chemical resiliency.
If you are ready to create the best experience possible for everyone who enters your building, Inpro’s expert product designers are available to help. Are you ready to get started? Let’s consider the five most common sign violations...
The purpose of branding is to tell the world who you are as a business and connect with the right customers. If your company is ready to update your facilities in ways that can share your story (and grow your business), here’s how to get started!
In order to ensure that your carefully-designed facility continues to look great and function well for your guests and staff, you must think critically about all aspects of your environment, and how that environment will be used.
Elevators are a part of both your guests’ first and last impressions which can impact how they feel about their overall stay. If you are ready to trade in your elevator cab interiors for a fresh and durable new model, here are four considerations to help guide your decisions.
Aga Artka, Inpro’s go-to LEED accredited and NCIDQ certified professional interior designer, breaks down some ways to apply your creativity to your own business and work process. How do you stay inspired, calm and productive?