Wallcom gives your home a makeover in and out!
True to our commitment, we develop our ability to meet all the needs of our customers by offering a one-stop solution. HMY has expanded its products by integrating a range of wall coverings: WALLCOM.
This new solution, developed with some of our oldest customers, allows us to go beyond the interior design furniture, creating and relifting your commercial buildings, both indoors and outdoors.
The outside of the building is the first contact with the customers and is fundamental for retailers as it reflects their brand image. So it has to make an impact and be innovative.
Wallcom items meet all these requirements and allow more scope and visibility for retailers. Indeed, its innovative system of perforations provides unique lighting, and it intrigues and seduces consumers, who are always looking for something new.
The advantage of WALLCOM ?
WALLCOM, our flexible and innovative system, allows the building to be enhanced with a simple product. Composed of a metal panel and a flexible secondary structure, it guarantees a fast and efficient installation.
The lighting, colours and materials chosen are all elements that make the difference. HMY has designed a fully customizable product which is adaptable to all types of structures. The customer can thus choose:
- - The appearance of the facade (perforations and backlighting, grooves, printing or screen printing)
- - The type of materials: aluminium, aluminium composite, galvanized steel, wood
- - Dimension: Length 300-2900mm and height: 125-1400 mm
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