Shieldworks is continuing to do incredible work in the Interior Protection industry. As a company that touches all 50 states, we need to make sure we have a solid team of trusted leaders by our side. We are excited to welcome Kevin Teschner, our new South Central Regional Sales Manager, to our team. Originally
Wrapping Up 2021 Like every year, we've been keeping your business safe, clean, and in operation during renovations with our temporary protection services. This year was no different! We've helped keep businesses free from health problems that can reduce lung function and lead to worse problems down the line, something that is especially unwelcome
Renovating your office or warehouse? ShieldWorks' Dust Containment Walls and Temporary Suspended Ceilings are ideal to maximize your productivity while keeping all your employees safe!
In general, a temporary suspended ceiling is a general term for a deceptively thin plastic, poly, laminate, or plastic-like sheet that is installed just below the ceiling proper for the purposes of dust and debris protection and prevention, keeping the room below clean while the roof or ceiling is remodeled. This is especially important
It’s no secret that dust and debris can build-up causing health hazards if left uncleaned. Even in high structures, there is no exemption from this dirt building up throughout the seasons. It can form on the ceiling, especially if you have exposed steel beams or a closed drop ceiling. If the roof needs to
Depending on the scale of the building, a construction project can take a couple of weeks to a few months to complete. The building has to have a solid foundation before the walls or even the roof can go up. With how long it takes, it’s only a matter of time before dust, debris,
In a previous blog, we discussed the importance of a dust containment wall and why you need it for any construction or renovation project you might have. These same concerns include covering the ceiling for construction projects that may be happening above your ground level. You have to make sure dust and debris can’t fall
Construction sites are always a mess before you see the final results. Similarly, it’s very important to keep your construction project dust and debris separate from any area not involved. It is also a serious health risk to be inhaling dust from a construction area. The IndustraShield Construction Barrier can take away those worries.