Temporary hoarding and where you can use it

Construction sites have a responsibility to protect their workers and the public, and temporary hoarding is an effective way to demarcate a perimeter or create a compound.

Across the construction industry, temporary hoarding is available in a range of materials but for many applications temporary hoarding made from steel if the preferred choice by the main contractor. Here we discuss the different applications suited for temporary hoarding; be it on ground or inground.

Temporary hoarding for commercial premises

Real estate businesses are continuously looking to portray a professional image on site, and utilise hoarding to display important messages for the community, and display artwork produced locally and advertise property for lease.By applying printed substrates to hoarding visual communications can be easily achieved and is commonplace in commercial applications.

Temporary hoarding for house builders

It is common to find temporary hoarding used on residential housing schemes, and when there are different phase of works on a large site, temporary hoarding can easily be dismantled and reinstalled as the site works evolve.

Temporary hoarding for warehouses

Vast warehouse spaces often have a need to be demarcated to support business operations and workflows. Utilising on ground systems, temporary hoarding is a good solution for inside warehouses as it is self supporting and clearly demarcates an area.

No matter the application, most construction sites have a need for temporary hoarding so that a safe environment can be created for workers and the general public.

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Temporary hoarding for COVID demarcation and traffic flow

Controlling the flow of pedestrian traffic, and ensuring a safe distance has fast become the new normal for many businesses, and temporary hoarding can be an effective way to create new perimeters and demarcate pathways in construction sites, schools, shopping centres, car parks and airports.