Protect Construction Areas with Temporary Surface Protection
Red Rosin Paper (also known as poly-craft mask), is non-staining and water resistant. It is made from a lamination of two strong kraft papers with nylon scrim reinforcement. Red Rosin protects flooring surfaces like hardwood, laminate and tile and does not tear under normal traffic wear, eliminating the need to constantly replace torn paper. Red Rosin Paper is moisture resistant and durable enough to be re-used, making it a more economical choice than other products such as red-rosin paper.
Floor Protection Film, is a self-adhering protective film for hard surfaces, such as tile, vinyl, VCT, laminates, marble, granite, and factory-finished hardwood. Available in many sizes, it also can be used to help prevent damage to tubs and counter tops. A true multi-purpose product, it is ideal for use during construction, remodeling, plumbing and electrical work and painting. Floor Film may be applied for up to 45 days. Floor Protection Film reduces damage claims and clean up time, resists ripping and tearing, does not shift like paper and it applies and removes easily.
Carpet Protection Film, is a clear, self adhering protective film for all types of carpeting. Uniquely formulated adhesive system adheres to all carpet substrates. Special blend of polyethylene is highly resistant to tears or punctures. Reverse wound for easy application. Great carpet protection during remodeling, painting, moving, model home tours and parties.
Ram Board, is a heavy-duty, temporary floor protection engineered for Contractors. Designed with cost and efficiency in mind; it lays out fast and is re-usable. Ram Board is non-staining and utilizes it's Flex-Fiber™ technology allowing for the curing of new floors. It provides the perfect solution when protecting new or existing concrete, wood, tile, stone, linoleum, vinyl composition tile (vct), epoxy, and most other floor types.
K-Edge Protection Systems, are designed and manufactured to provide the ultimate edge protection for high traffic areas during the construction, remodeling, and moving. Reduces punch list items, easy to install and re-usable. Sonoguard protection system is an ideal way to take care of delicate and valuable corners and edges in high-traffic areas. Simple, easy to install, this new product line from Sonoco saves time and money.
Choose from the following designs:
- Door frame protection
- Door edge protection
- Corner protection
- Wall protection
Lets face it, construction is a messy process. Whether it is the beginning stages of a new build or an intense remodeling project, there is always a great deal of cleaning up to be had. In some cases, particularly in the instance of a remodeling project, existing furniture, flooring and even windows can become victims to the debris and chaos that is commonly associated with a large project. Fortunately, there is an array of surface protection available that helps to reduce or completely eliminate this type of damage to your furniture and household surfaces. Below are some common types of surface protection that you may consider for your next remodel project.
Plastic sheeting is a simple concept, but highly effective at protecting furniture. This type of surface protection is most commonly used during painting projects to help protect tables, couches, chairs and more from paint splatter. However, it can be effectively used as a way to keep wood shavings or drywall off of upholstery if you are cutting into a wall or the structure of the house during an addition remodel. Simply drape the sheeting over the furniture you wish to protect and continue on worry free.
Window film is a unique type of surface protection that has multiple uses. The most obvious use is that it provides protection to your window in the event of paint splatter or a strong adhesive landing on the surface and damaging it. It also acts as a safety net that holds the glass together in the event the window is inadvertently broken during remodeling. This aspect is also useful in negating any attempts of intruders entering through a broken window.
Carpet Protection Film
Carpet protection film is another important type of surface protection to consider during a remodel. This is particularly evident during painting projects, as splatter is a common occurrence and the rich fibers of your carpet are the perfect absorbent for stray paint. It also helps to reduce the saturation of microscopic wood shavings and other common debris that would otherwise make cleanup more of a hassle.
Hard Floor Protection Film
Hard floor protection film is a lot like carpet protection film in that it acts as a barrier for paint and other types of debris that would otherwise stain it. However, it also acts as a resistance barrier for scuffs or other types of surface damage that are more common during remodeling jobs that involve moving around furniture or heavy equipment.
In all, surface protection is something that is easy to overlook during that big remodeling project you have been looking forward to. However, it is a necessity nonetheless. Not only does it protect your furniture, carpet and windows from damage that may take money from your remodeling budget to repair, but it also makes clean up a much easier process. So whether you are painting the walls in the kid's room, or adding an addition, it might be in your best interest to consider surface protection as part of your remodeling endeavors.