Don't Let The Dust Rule

There are very few of us who have never been on a “burning platform” of a long-lived renovation at home or in an office. And, perhaps no surprise that in this case, many people entertain the idea that the chase is not better than the catch.

“The damage done in one year can sometimes take ten or twenty years to repair” – belonging to a Nigerian novelist, poet, professor, and critic Chinua Achebe, this phrase perfectly characterizes the process of renovation or any construction work and particularly its unwanted consequences.

Renovation Consequences

Aside from all peculiarities of this exceptionally engaging, time and money-consuming process, you may face a problem of construction noise, dust, dirtiness, and unpleasant odors. Above all things, these undesirable consequences can have a negative effect on health, home appliances, and those parts of the rooms that have already been repaired or do not need any improvements. This is particularly true and upsetting for the situations of partial repairing or installation of separate objects in repaired rooms or premises (windows, doors, or heating systems). Sometimes spatters, drops, or sparks that might occur in the pink of repair can damage your belongings without any chance for recovery.

The annoying process of removal of construction waste, cleaning, and washing takes much time and sometimes costs much money. That fact made people start using some plastic sheetings along with tape and cover everything in sight with it to at least somehow protect it. Unfortunately, it sometimes shows poor results. But bear up! Things may not be as bad as we think if the process is guided by skilled professionals and cleaning equipment at hand!


When there is a will there is a way! Apparently, that was ZipWall inventor’s motto. He came to a genius decision - instead of covering all and everything with plastic sheetings and stick all over with tape, you may just limit the space of contamination by making a barrier. You will still have some mess, but it will be hidden in limited space and not on those objects you want to keep clean. The dust barrier ZipWall ZFMP turned out to be an astounding construction that enables solving all the abovementioned problems.

5 reasons to use dust barriers

  • Privacy
  • Sometimes the situation requires you to combine the renovation process at home with residence. That might be annoying both for contractors and residents. In such a case, a dust barrier will be helpful for both by virtue of limiting the interference in private space and hiding the mess.

  • Cost-effectiveness and Durability
  • Being not expensive, ZipWall dust barriers can be reused many times. Along with that, it helps to save even more money for its pay-off period is limited to less than 7 uses.

  • Reliability
  • Despite its thin walls, the dust barriers from ZipWall® are resistant to all kinds of dust and spatter. If you operate in a special working environment, you may need some extra defense – ZipWall ZFMPR might be helpful during fire hazardous works.

  • Health Protection
  • The dust barrier from ZipWall helps to protect health during particular procedures. It prevents residents and contractors from inhaling dangerous evaporations and odors along with construction dust. You can leave the walls to dry after skim coating or painting and not worry about the smell or health hazard.

  • Ease-of-use
  • There is no need for perusing manuals or asking for help. The setup process is easy and fast. With ZipWall, you can deal with any interior, both residential and commercial.

  • Client Appeal
  • ZipWall barriers can be very profitable for contractors. Being meticulous about your work and showing respect to your clients, their home, and their belongings will definitely work for your reputation and result in more referrals. The better the service given to customers the less it costs to serve them.

Basically, you can assure yourself that dust barriers from ZipWall are useful and profitable for contractors as well as DIYers not only by virtue of their protective properties. To this end, we want to recall – well begun is half done.

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