Interior protection and dust containment services
Critical before, during, and after any roofing work or other dust-producing work inside the building. Typically involves horizontal tarping underneath the roof deck.
If you’re performing work inside a building, we can erect one or all of the following to contain any dust, debris, or other contaminants: barrier and patrician walls, temporary enclosures, and curtains. These can be vertical or horizontal barriers.
High structure cleaning
High structure cleaning is performed during the takedown of the protective tarping which was earlier installed beneath the roof deck. Essentially, any component between the roof deck and the protective tarping is cleaned.
Water leak diverting system
Let’s face it: Roofs can leak. They can leak during a work day, and they can leak over a weekend. They can also leak when an interior protection tarp has been installed. No matter the situation, if you have water leaks in your building, we’re experts at grabbing that water and getting rid of it, as well as setting up a temporary leak diversion system so that you can go about your business (we say “temporary” because presumably you’re going to have that leak patched or fixed soon, right?).
Temporary suspended cover
The problem with installing a barrier to catch dust, debris, and contaminants below sprinkler heads, is that some local fire marshals have a problem with it. Our service partners have designed a UL-certified suspended containment product which, in the presence of a specific amount of heat, will fall apart in that area, allowing sprinklers to reach the areas they are designed to get water to.
Dust containment walls
If you have a specific area in your building which you’d like to protect (for example, an area where sensitive product is stored, or a manufacturing or testing area), dust containment walls will completely protect that area from debris, dust, and contaminants from the sides and the top of that area.
Similar to the work we do inside buildings, the walls and barriers we install on the outside of a building will protect workers from the elements. Additionally, erecting such barriers outside will often allow work which is weather-dependent, to be done no matter what the weather is, since the area has been contained and protected from the weather.
Custom applications for interior protection
Also known as “Draping”, custom applications of interior protection can protect anything you’d like in a building. For example, wrapping equipment, sealing certain doorways, etc.
While most people think of industrial spaces when discussing interior protecting, almost all industrial buildings have an office component, and most of those offices have dropped (usually T-bar) ceilings installed. Protecting any suspended ceiling from roofing debris and contaminants is a delicate affair, especially considering we often are working around an established office environment with desks, chairs, computers, printers, etc.