So What is Construction Hoarding?

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So What is Construction Hoarding?

Construction hoarding is a barrier or fence that goes between the construction site and the general public. Hoarding is needed when there are walkways or public areas that are in a close proximity to the construction site. Traditional hoarding is made of steel stud and drywall and is only in place for the duration of the project. 

This creates hundreds of thousands of pounds of landfill waste for projects that may only need hoarding walls to be up for a few weeks. Not only is drywall hoarding an environmental crisis but it is also is very time consuming as multiple trades need to be arranged for framing, tapping, and painting. 

This is where our mantra “Hoarding Done Right” came from! A 1000 sqft wall that would normally take days to completed can be done in about 4 hours. Not only saving time and money but a project this size will also save about 1600 pounds of single use drywall from heading to our landfills. In fact, after each project we carefully prepare, clean, and store panels to be used on the next project generating almost no waste. We keep a variety of heights ranging from 7 – 16 feet, to make sure that whatever your project is – we can take care of it!

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