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Picture this; you’re renovating your home and have just installed a new carpet/ hardwood floor/glazing/tiles/kitchen, much to your utter joy. You admire your loved new purchase and look forward to using it soon… only, there’s still more work to be done, which means the potential for dust, debris, dirt foot traffic and or spillages from paint and plasters. Now you’re thinking, “How do I protect my new surfaces while the rest of the work is carried out?”

For years people have used dust sheets to protect floors and surfaces, while messy renovations take place. The biggest problem with dust sheets is that they move, so they often require weights to help keep them in place – and even then they can still cause a trip hazard to those moving about the area. They also look untidy and can let liquid spills soak through to the surface beneath. Not an idea solution!

Now it’s possible to use protective film instead of traditional dust sheets to guard your valuable surfaces and installations while further works are carried out. These innovative, new generation films adhere safety to your chosen surface, without the need for tape or weights, so they are clean and easy to lay down while minimising trip hazards for you and everyone else on site.

They also look neater and more professional, are easier to vacuum clean or sweep during the job, and are quickly peeled away leaving no residue or damage.

Protection Film Available for:

  • Carpets and rugs
  • Hard and wood floors
  • Glass and glazing
  • Interior surfaces; kitchens, tiles, marble, counter tops etc.

Suitable for:

  • Home renovations
  • Builders and tradesmen
  • Office and retail renovations
  • Removals
  • Interior designers

Benefits:

  • Secure hold
  • Low slip and no rucking
  • No trip hazard
  • Safe left down
  • Let light through
  • Easy to lay down, clean
  • More professional
  • Leaves no residue
  • Recyclable
  • Waterproof
  • Can cut film to access floor power points
  • Dispensers available

Written by Dawn Eccles — June 12, 2014