Glass and drywall partitions are both very popular in Melbourne. These partitions enable businesses to affordably create comfortable and effective work environments for employees within the office. Traditionally most businesses preferred drywall partitions. These partitions are affordable, easy to install and very functional. But lately, more and more companies are starting to prefer glass partitions because of glass results in a more open, friendly and light environment.
If you cannot decide which of the two partition types best suits your office then perhaps it is best to consider the following benefits and characteristics to help you decide.
One of the best reasons to invest in glass partitions is because glass is a completely renewable material. Glass is made of sand and is easily decomposed into sand when it is discarded. It takes nothing from our world and leaves nothing behind once it is returned to nature. But this type of partition is also superb for office spaces for the following reasons:
01. Glass has a modern appeal.
02. Glass partitions allow sun and light to shine throughout the office and reduce electricity consumption.
03. Glass partitions are relatively easy to disassemble.
Drywall has been used in office spaces for a very long time and is still a very popular option for the following reasons:
01. Drywall is affordable.
02. You can paint it any colour you like.
03. Drywall is easy to remove.
04. The material is easy to repair.
05. It is great for creating a private work environments.
It is, of course, best to choose the partition that best suit your office needs. You need to create a functional work environment that will boost productivity the most. Here are a few factors to consider when you are choosing between glass and drywall partitions:
Employee health – It is much healthier to work in an open environment with plenty of natural light. Natural light reduces depression in workers and wide open areas make employees feel less crammed. If you want healthier employees with more energy, it’s worth thinking about glass partitions.
Functionality – There are parts of offices that just shouldn’t be visible for all to see. Storage rooms are a good example that doesn’t look particularly well with glass walls. In some cases, it is also best to create closed office spaces so sensitive matters can be discussed without alerting everyone in the office. In these cases, it is much better to invest in drywall partitions.
Overall appeal – Glass has a tendency to look much better because it is popular, looks modern and very stylish. Drywall, on the other hand, can hide away plenty of unsightly areas in an office such as those areas behind desks. You should definitely consider the overall appeal of your walls before you make the final decision.
If you consider all of these factors then it is clear to see that both drywall and glass partitions have some pretty good characteristics. In fact, it might be best to use a combination of glass and drywall partitions in your office if you want to complete a fully functional office that benefits all. Combine glass and drywall partitions in your office spaces so you can give employees privacy to work and so you can hide away unsightly spaces in the office such as storage areas.
For more information, or if you require any help with designing your office area or with drywall or glass partitions, we welcome you to get in touch with our friendly team at Discount Partitions. We will help you design and develop an office that looks fantastic, is functional and that pleases those that spend so much time at work.