If you were a Real Housewife of Beverly Hills and building a golf simulator room for your husband, of course you would use a ZipWall barrier to protect the rest of your home from dust during the project! Check out season 11! #RHOBH
Most contractors use tape to seal a barrier. But add up all the time it takes to go up and down ladders on every job, and you’ll realize that ZipWall Spans can save you lots of valuable time. These barrier seals are reusable, require no ladders, and do the job in seconds!
The quickest way to create a spray booth on the work site is by using ZipWall poles. Check out this great post by All Coast Painting, New South Wales, Australia, who says it’s the “only way to finish a door.”
New Concept Contracting, Markham, ON says: “Always keep a clean and organized job site!” It’s “one of the biggest keys to success....You’ll increase efficiency, safety, and look like a true professional that cares about what they do. Respect your clients’ home and investment."
Use the ZipWall Heavy-Duty Zippers to create a door of any width, whether it’s for workers or for getting equipment and supplies in and out of the job site. Every box contains a patented sheeting cutter and flap hooks for keeping the door open.
“Thank God for ZipWall,” writes Michael Kolonay Renovations, Penn Township, PA. “I was slow to adopt this slick system, but better late than never. I can't imagine setting up my containment in this difficult area a second time the old fashioned way”.
ZipWall barriers are a must-have when prepping for a cabinet refinishing job. Here is a great example posted by Painting Plus Professionals. “1st coat of primer is up and sanded. We will shoot the 2nd coat of primer, sand again, and we will be ready for the final top coats.”
When you need to seal a dust barrier all the way around, the ZipWall Span Kit is all you need. This totally reusable kit includes six FoamRail™ Spans and all accessories needed to seal your ZipWall® barrier along the ceiling, floor, or walls.
Check out this great use of a ZipWall barrier by Melodic Finishes, Northville, MI to protect newly refinished cabinets from dust during a total house remodel.
Red Rooster Construction, Clarks Summit, PA says, “The ZipWall 20’ poles allowed us to set up a containment area to demo out some plaster and patch it up with very minimal dust and without using any tape on the woodwork which would be a big no no in a historical building.”
ZipWall Heavy-Duty zippers are the quickest and easiest way to create a door in your plastic barrier. They are available in a 2-pack and a 12-pack. Every box includes our jam-preventing sheeting cutter and flap hooks to hold the entryway open.
ZipWall ”brings a level of professionalism and respect for the customers’ home,” writes Garrett Renovations, Eleverson, PA. “It helps confine dust and job-related dirt to an area and not the whole room. Saves time at cleanup and setting up is fast.”