Why Are Partitioning Walls A Benefit In Your Office?

Although everyone loves the social aspect of an office, privacy is also important. You don’t always want your neighbour tapping on your shoulder for advice when you have work to do. Partition walls are a great way to avoid this.
Partition walls are great for giving temporary privacy for meetings or conferences etc. but they can also be used to separate offices and work stations. This means that different teams within a company can have their own space rather than being in a huge area full of people, this allows each team to be distinguished from each other, giving them a prominence within the business. Operable walls are also a great way of separating an office in a stylish way. Operable walls involve the least amount of effort; you just have to press a button to split a space rather than putting up walls yourself.

Partition walls are also extremely stylish, gone are the days of the felt covered cardboard separating computers, nowadays they are brightly coloured or glass, pretty much any material imaginable, but just in case you want to the felt partitions are still available. Glass partition walls suit a very minimalist, modern space and are attached using a ceiling track. The glass is strengthened to prevent any accidental damage or breakages. A great idea, if you need a partition wall but it won’t be used often, would be to invest in a wall that folds back on itself or one that slides into the wall, this prevents the unnecessary use of space when the wall is not needed.
Partition walls are not just used to separate people or for the privacy of a meeting. If you have a large enough space they can be used to create a whole new room for whatever purpose you see fit, whether it’s storage, a private office or even a lunch room, the ideas are endless. Depending on the type of business partitioning walls can be used for sound absorption – either fully or partly – they can also be used as fire protection.
Partition walls are great for employers and employees. For employers they are a benefit as a singular office space confines the worker to one specific area, for the employee it gives them privacy but doesn’t isolate them from their colleagues. Although the social quality of an office is great, partition walls give you privacy whilst also being able to call on your neighbour for help when it’s needed.
Charles Grindey – a corporate company manager – is the author of this article for www.mjflood.ie – suppliers of all in one printers – and would be happy to recommend them for their high quality services and workmanship.