Less dust – less damage – and lower cost. That’s what Corflute sheeting, the No. 1 Fluted Temporary Floor Protector gives!
Often during renovations or refurbishments existing floors need to be protected from dust, dirt and damage. In the Cannon Hill Anglican Colledge, Sports hall the rubber floor covering product required protection during a multi-function catering event.
That’s why it’s essential to be prepared onsite for every phase of the project.
Protecting new and existing flooring and surfaces is a must have during any refurbishment, demolition, repair or construction project.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Temporary Floor and Surface protection options allow you to protect your floor areas from dust, damage and debris saving you from damage to the existing surfaces. Paint, Coatings and Glue damages new carpet, vinyl, tiles and tiles.
Keep dust to a minimum and no damage to the floor covering prior to handover is easy with temporary floor protection.
New construction, refurbishment,renovations, make good, fitout, defits all have dust! The question is how to control that and how to make for a quick handover of your project saving time, money and cleaning costs to new and existing coverings.
SupaBord was chosen to provide temporary floor protection for ‘The Block’, the TV reality renovation program, because it is a proven and trusted brand for commercial, residential construction and renovation projects. SupaBord will give ‘The Block’
Recently there has been a demand for commercial floor protection to ensure dirty footprints, heavy equipment traffic and dust doesn’t soil or damaged new floor coverings that are laid or create more work just before handover on existing floors.
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Six stories up, it’s all hands on deck! Tradesmen, floor layers, tilers, carpenters, painters, plasters, electricians and many other trades working hard to completely refit a new floor at 175 Eagle Street.
Site Supervisor Mark is managing the project to ensure all goes according to plan, with an expected completion date of Anzac Day, April 25th 2015. Continue reading Surface protection makes tough jobs easy at Eagle Street