Designing comfortable workspaces: How CoolKote™ can help

We’ve just experienced our first heatwave of the year and it likely won’t be the last. While it’s nice to have the sunshine, the intense heat can create incredibly difficult working conditions. In this article we look at how CoolKote™ can help keep workspaces cool.

Are your offices built with lots of glass to let in natural light? Whether you have a roof light or a lot of windows, here at Bonwyke we might just have a solution for you.

About CoolKote™

CoolKote™ is a high-performance metalised PVC coating, which when applied to polycarbonate or glass roofs prevents heat building by reflecting the sun’s heat away before it gets inside. 

Another benefit of this coating is that it helps to reduce screen glare, making it easier for your team to use their computers, read or watch TV during downtime. Your staff will thank you for providing a cool and relaxing environment, and the best thing? It’s not only easy to apply but cost-effective too, continue reading to find out more… 

Clever manufacturing

The significant difference between CoolKote™ and a standard reflective window film is that CoolkoteTM is designed to expand and shrink with the Polycarbonate substrate of the roofing material. This prevents the film from adhesive failure over time, which would normally with a standard film. 

CoolkoteTM offers an internal and external version, both created for use with Polycarbonate. It is also available as a solar paint which can be applied externally as a liquid product to reduce excessive heat and glare. With a white matte translucent finish, it is perfect for roof areas where solar film may not be suitable, such as corrugated industrial roofs and domed roof lights typically found in hospitals and schools. 

Get in touch

If you’d like to learn more about CoolKote™ and how it can benefit your office space, please email or call us on 01329 222299.

We would be happy to provide more information and answer any questions you may have.

*Please note that CoolkoteTM Solar Paint is not suitable for Conservatory polycarbonate panels. 

Give your clients the motorhome refresh they’ve been waiting for this summer

Caravans and motorhomes are a big investment and have grown in popularity since the pandemic. After a while it’s natural for owners to want to give the interiors a makeover, either to modernise or just for a refresh.

Whether your clients are seasoned travellers or are looking to embark on their first adventure, Cover Styl’ offers them the perfect solution to refresh and upgrade their vehicle’s interiors effortlessly. 

Versatile design with Cover Styl’

With a vast selection of textures, finishes, and designs available, you can help your clients create a space that reflects their personal style. From modern and minimalist to rustic and cozy, Cover Styl’ adds character and charm to any surface. 

It is easy to apply and offers a cheaper solution than replacing large parts such as doors or cupboards. Additionally, our vinyl products are hygienic and can be wiped down easily when cleaning, allowing your customers to spend less time on upkeep and more time enjoying their travels.

Approaching conversations with your clients

You might see a motorhome on your client’s driveway or have a conversation with them about their upcoming holidays. This is a good opportunity to share the idea that the interiors of their motorhome could be refreshed with the use of Cover Styl’.

Show them pictures and give them a rough cost if they are interested.


We offer face-to-face Cover Styl’ training so that you can become certified to install our products.

From corners to architraves, our expert trainer will guide you through. If you’re just starting out we would recommend our two-day course where you will learn all things Cover Styl’ from handling the material to more specialist techniques.

Find our next available training session

Contact us today to explore the full Cover Styl’ range and let us guide you in how to best transform your client’s motorhome into an oasis on wheels.

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