“Hello – Is This SlimWall™?”

Hello - Is This SlimWall? | ModularWalls

Are you ModularWalls™? Or SlimWall™?

Well…what if we told you we were both? We’ve noticed some confusion from our customers, so we’d thought we’d shed light on these frequently asked questions.

Q. What’s the difference between the two?

ModularWalls is the overarching manufacturer of post and panel wall products; SlimWall is our revolutionary fencing brand.

ModularWalls has an extensive suite of products available in both their commercial and residential ranges, with vast applicational possibilities. The residential range is comprised of three main modular wall systems, which all differ slightly in thickness and appearance:

  • EstateWall is the grandest aesthetic of the three, with 100mm thickness wall panels
  • VogueWall is the most popular and versatile system, with 75mm thickness wall panels
  • SlimWall, our fencing system, is the sleekest and most lightweight system, with 50mm thickness wall panels

Basically, SlimWall is the apple, and ModularWalls is the tree it grows on.

 

Q. Am I talking to the same team of people?

Exactly the same office, with the same team of people, and even the same receptionist – which might explain why the voice who answered your call sounded so familiar!

It’s easy to lose track when you’re doing your research and organising quotes from a bunch of different companies – but that feeling wasn’t just déjá vu, it’s actually us again.

Q. If I already got a quote from SlimWall, can I get another one from ModularWalls? Or vice versa?

No; the quote is for the exact same product and the exact same pricing scheme, so it’ll be the exact same quote.

Q. Why is there a separate SlimWall website?

SlimWall is our fencing solution, while ModularWalls also caters for masonry-alternative walls, retaining walls and noise barriers. As they are different markets, each website is aimed at a different audience.

Q. So…can I please get a quote for a SlimWall?

Sure! You can:

Written by Evelyn Kandris

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