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At ShieldWorks, protecting your people and property from dust and debris is our bread and butter. We work tirelessly to provide the best solutions, but if you’re not sure about using a temporary dust containment system for your next roof or overhead construction project, we are here to give you four great reasons to consider it.

Protect your people.

If you’ve been in the construction business for a while, we know you’ve seen your fair share of dust. Construction dust has a tendency of getting everywhere. Not only is this a pain to clean up, but dust can also have negative effects on the health of your employees.

With a temporary dust containment system – whether it’s with a temporary suspended cover or temporary dust containment wall – you have a better chance of keeping excessive dust away from your employees. A reduction in airborne dust particles means everyone is breathing fresher air and is less likely to experience respiratory and other health problems related to dust inhalation.

A temporary suspended cover also helps ensure that people below are not in danger from falling debris. While construction comes with its risks, there’s no reason to not take the precautions to prevent an avoidable accident.

Protect your property.

New roofs or other construction projects are rarely a one-and-done process. There are many steps that require money, time and energy to complete. With so much at stake, plus any inventory and the physical locations, there is no reason to not properly protect your building, equipment and products.

A suspended cover will keep dust and debris off the floor and anything else that might be there, allowing you to avoid damage to your property. There’s no need to take unnecessary risks when we have the solutions your project requires.

Protect your production

We’ve all heard it before. Someone puts off roof repairs or other important construction projects just because they don’t want it to disrupt their business operations. To that, we have the answer. Besides the safety benefits, temporary ceiling covers also help avoid downtime during your next project.

With a construction dust barrier protecting the people and buildings below, that means your facility can keep running, no matter what project is going on above. When you can do both at the same time, there’s no more falling behind or missing deadlines because of renovations and repairs. And when combined with construction wall barriers, you’re protected on all fronts for even better productivity.

Protect your peace of mind.

As someone in the construction industry, you probably would always recommend calling a professional for any sort of construction project. The same goes for us. You minimize risk and make things easier in the long run when you let a professional handle your dust containment system.

At ShieldWorks, we know the best methods of providing temporary dust containment barrier, no matter the complexity of your project. Meeting your unique needs is what we do best. When you’re ready to discuss your next project, we’re ready to help.

Schedule an on-site evaluation today.