Sunday, April 14, 2013

ZipWall Dust Barriers - Bergen County Contractors

ZipWall Dust Barriers

Updated 5/25/13

As a Bergen County Contractor, we use ZipWall dust barriers on each job site. Being a premiere Bergen County Contractor, we have a reputation to maintain and that means exceeding the expectations of our customers and by applying Zip Wall Dust Barriers, it helps us make the customers happy very easily.
If you are remodeling, use ZipWall barriers to protect your interior job site. They help minimize dust and debris.
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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Zip Wall Side Pack Review

Zip Wall Side Pack Review
Updated 5/25/13

If you are new to the Zip Wall products world, then you have a lot to learn about the zipwall dust barriers and dust containment products that they offer. As a contractor, I know that trying to contain dust and debris in a homeowners residence is challenging. Zip Wall makes it easy especially with the zip wall side pack.

First of all, if you are new to zip wall, you should see some of my previous posts so that you can catch up on things. Moving forward, whether you are a homeowner or a contractor, the zip wall side pack eliminates helps eliminate dust by sealing the plastic barriers around the perimeter. This product eliminate all the taping and wood cleats etc that just end up failing. Believe me I know. Been there, done that.
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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Zip Wall - 4 Pack Plus

Zip Wall - 4 Pack Plus

Are you interested in the Zip Wall Dust Barrier Systems. Whether you are a home owner or a contractor, I'm sure you are aware of the mess that can be made from plaster or sheetrock dust as well as other contaminants that easily fly through the air. Don't waste your time spending needless hours cleaning up afterwards because ZipWall has some great barrier systems to choose from. An all around great package is the Zip Wall 4 pack plus.
Updated 5/25/13

Product Features

  • Pro-quality and durability; sets up fast; no tape, no ladders, no damage
  • Build a 30-Feet barrier in under 5 minutes; Height: 4-Feet 7-Inch to 12-Feet; accepts sheeting up to 8 mils thick; each SLP weighs 1.5-Pound
  • Each 4PL package contains 4 SLP poles, a head, plate, tether, and Grip Disk for each pole, 2 Foam Rails, 2 T-Clip adaptors, 1 box of Standard Zippers, 1 Carry Bag
  • Meets strict ANSI certification for quality
  • One year warranty
Setting up the Zip Wall 4 Pack Plus is a breeze. No need for tapes, ladders or wood cleats. In just a few minutes your zipwall system will be ready for action.

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Monday, January 14, 2013

Zip Walls For Hazzardous Dust Containment

Updated 5/25/13

If you have heard about zip walls then you know how beneficial zipwall barriers can be. ZipWall barriers stop dirt and dist from traveling out of the concealed area. Another great application you can use zip wall barriers is to protect your environment from hazardous dust and debris.

With stricter laws on the removal of asbestos and lead to name a few, contractors need are required to seal off the area that is being worked on in order to remove the harmful material. The lead and asbestos laden material tends to create harmful dust particles when cut or when it is being disturbed.
Installing zipwall barriers is a a great way to keep the home protected. Take for instance a contractor needs to install replacement windows in your home and the window sashes have tested positive for lead paint. The contractor would be required to seal off the area around the windows so that any harmful dust particles don't travel through the air. Using the zip wall dust barriers is an easy way to set up a dust containment wall, then do the necessary work of changing the window and then move on to the next window.

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Sunday, December 30, 2012

ZipWall Dust Barriers For Remodeling Projects

Zipwall Dust Barriers
Updated 5/25/13

If you are ready to remodel your home, consider using ZipWalls dust barriers and containment systems to control any dust or contaminants from traveling around your home.
Zipwall dust barriers make it very easy to install a dust barrier with their patented spring pole mechanisms. Dust barriers can be set up and installed around your home or remodeling area in minutes.
A great feature about ZipWall dust barriers is the ZipDoor accessory. The tricky part of setting up a dust barrier is that once the barrier is all set up, many times you will have to come and go in and out of the contained area. That would mean interrupting the sealed area. Zipwall systems have created a zipper type door that easily attaches to the installed plastic barrier. By simply zipping and unzipping the panel, you can gain access easily.

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Saturday, December 22, 2012

Zip Walls

Zip Walls Dust Containment Systems 
Updated 5/25/13
Zip walls are a great way to eliminate dust and debris during your home remodeling project.
If you are a homeowner or contractor, one of the easiest ways to contain dust and debris is to set up and install Zip Walls barrier systems.
During a remodeling project in an existing home, you have to eliminate and minimize the flow of dirt and dust which Zip Walls is great at doing. With Zip Walls, you can set up and complete an entire wall barrier in minutes which will provide a perfect seal easily so dust can't get out.
Great for extensive remodeling projects, Zip Walls can block a section of your home, a self made storage area to keep your items clean perfectly.
One of the best features of Zip Walls is the zipper door which can provide you with an entry and exit in and out of the contained area by simply zipping and unzipping the zipper.

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