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The modern era of construction and interior design has seen the emergence of plastics onto the scene. To better understand why and how plastics are used in manufacturing and design, refer to the following frequently asked questions:

What are the features of plastics that make them so desirable for finishing?
When it comes to fabricating and finishing a home, plastics have several characteristics that make them desirable to both contractors and home owners alike. First there is the issue of durability. Plastics are resilient in any number of situations. They resist corrosion, can be relatively unbreakable, and can be molded into any number of shapes or sizes. They are also very cost efficient, usually costing much less than traditional materials that may be traditionally used. Plastics can also be used in areas of the home where hygiene is especially important, as they are impermeable and easy to clean and disinfect. When used properly, plastics are also considered beneficial to sustainability since they last much longer than other materials and eliminate the need for replacement.

Why are they popular for interior design?
Plastic is popular with designers for many of the same reasons. Plastic can be customized relatively inexpensively, and plastics such as plexiglass can work as a stand-in to glass in an effort to cut costs.

What are the drawbacks of using plastic in design or finishing?
In some instances, plastic can be susceptible to fading, and some consumers consider it to be less attractive than more traditional materials such as wood, glass, or metals.

 
 
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Patrick Plastics Corp
505 Wegner Drive, West Chicago, IL 60185
Patrick Plastics is increasingly becoming the most utilized plastics supplier in the industry. We have worked with over 65 different materials and know the tendencies of each material.
(630) 639-1105
Laser Cutting, Inc.
1549 S. 38th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53215
Laser Cutting Our 10 wide format (52”X100”) lasers cut many different non-metallic materials. Lasers leave a nice smooth finished edge, and that cuts down on labor time saving you money.
(414) 719-8800
Plastic Your Way
10122 Hartford Ct, Schiller Park, IL 60176
(847) 671-2523
Ramar Industries
9211 Parklane Ave, Franklin Park, IL 60131
(847) 451-0445
Cosmos Plastics Co Inc
3630 Wolf Rd, Franklin Park, IL 60131
(847) 451-1307
Apex Plastic Finishing Co
1040 Industrial Dr, Bensenville, IL 60106
(630) 350-1566
Ad-Vantage Unlimited
236 William St, Bensenville, IL 60106
(630) 860-9147
Quality Plastic Products Incorporated
830 Maple Ln, Bensenville, IL 60106
(630) 766-7593
P C Acrylics
3819 N Cumberland Ave, Chicago, IL 60634
(773) 589-9196
Designed Plastics Inc
1133 Bryn Mawr Ave, Bensenville, IL 60106
(630) 694-7300
Rackow Polymers
475 Thomas Dr, Bensenville, IL 60106
(630) 766-6589
Mark Products LLC
800 N Edgewood Ave Ste A, Wood Dale, IL 60191
(630) 787-9089
VIN Tex Sealers Inc
1447 Ardmore Ave, Itasca, IL 60143
(630) 773-1920
Acrylic Services Inc
1060 W Republic Dr, Addison, IL 60101
(630) 543-0336
Pro-Plastics
503 S Westgate St Ste D, Addison, IL 60101
(630) 543-6770


If you operate a home supplies wholesale distributing company, then you might need to find a plastics fabricating manufacturer with experience molding and forming materials like plastic, nylon, rubber, fiberglass, acrylic, plexiglass, and polymers into tubes, sheets, and other forms that can be used to thermoinsulate and protect household products like piping and tubing. If you look up plastics fabricating manufacturers in the online directory, you will find several companies to choose from. Some people find that it is hard for them to pick a manufacturer that makes all of the products that they need because there are so many options in the industry. If you follow these guidelines, though, you should be able to find a fabricating company with the products that you need. First, you should ask the companies if they have online catalogs where you can explore the different custom composite materials and products that they make. This will help you determine if they have the injection, forming, and molding equipment needed to make the products you want to sell to your clients. Ask the companies if they use plastic sheets that are biodegradable or can be recycled to make sure they do not harm the environment. After you have found a few companies that can make the products that you need, you will want to compare their prices. Ask the manufacturers to give you written price quotes. Be sure they include fees for services like shipping as well as any discounts that you qualify for. This makes it very easy for you to compare their prices.
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