How to lower steel hoarding costs across different sites

The cost-of-living crisis has affected us all in one way or another, and it’s not just individuals who are feeling the pinch, businesses are also having to look at ways to save money.

And with NHBC reporting that new home completions are up 16% and eleven out of 12 UK regions witnessed growth in new home completions, the demand on construction companies and house builders is not declining. [1]

Yet with soaring costs still happening due to material shortages[2], the construction industry is looking to other ways to save on expenses. One such way is through using reusable and recyclable resources like Multisite Hoarding.

The reusable and recyclable benefits of Multisite Hoarding

Steel hoarding from Rethync, is a completely reusable product from one site to the next, and because of its durability it can be reused numerous times. At the end of its lifespan the steel hoarding is fully recyclable so can be given a new lease of life as something else.

But how does this help cut costs?

By helping to alleviate budget constraints across multiple sites! And you’ll find most compounds effectively paying for themselves by the second use of steel hoarding.

Cost effective advantages of steel hoarding

Hoarding with a 10-year lifespan allows it to be used time and time again. So naturally, the more uses of steel hoarding the more that site set up costs will reduce, and most construction companies will find that by their second site their usage costs have gone down. This makes Multisite Hoarding a great long-term solution for repeat sites use.

Rethync. Reuse. Recycle

As the robust specification and polyester coated hoarding sheets are expected to last well over 10 years, the long-term saving from using steel hoarding far outweighs cheaper material options, such as Timber. Putting meaning into the saying ‘Buy Cheap, Pay Twice.’

Site security

If a building site is not secure, it can have financial implications. Insurance premiums will become more expensive if a robust system is not in place securely on site, plus there is also the risk of theft. By having a steel hoarding solutions in place to protect your site compound you are saving yourself the risk of further monetary costs.

An installer you can rely on

At Rethync we work with construction companies and house builders across the UK and have a string of approvals under our belt so you can be assured that we are qualified and insured to work on your site.

If you want to save money on your next construction project, contact our sales team for more information on 03300 535898 or

[1] Homebuilder August 2022

[2] Homebuilder July 2022

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On the ground multisite hoarding provides a way to offer safe segregation within a large factory or warehouse, either as a temporary solution, or a long-term result of utilising a large space to its full capacity.

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