Temporary barricades are simple, affordable and practical solutions for areas that need to be closed off to the general public. All one needs to do is to put them up where they’re needed and they will handle the rest. So if you’re planning to rent some for your establishment then here are a few things that you should know about temporary barricades and what they have offer.
Standard drywalls usually cost around $50 per linear foot, and they are not reusable either. Once the construction process is over, these walls are torn away and never used again. Needless to say, building temporary, non-reusable drywalls to seal off a construction area is neither cheap nor practical.
In contrast, renting a temporary barricade usually costs between $30 to $40 per month, depending on the size and material of the barricades. They are also reusable, which means that they can be used for different areas or projects, depending on your needs.
Yes, buying them costs more, but overall, they are a lot cheaper than building drywalls around a construction area: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SP_AtR7TJOc
Temporary barricades are designed to have certain features in order to do their work effectively. First of all, they feature heavy, stable “feet” to avoid falling over at the slightest application of pressure. Different barriers feature different types of feet, but what they have in common is that they are stable, heavy and reliable.
Next, barriers feature gates which allow people to enter and leave. Some variants even have special features not found in other barricades, such as the expanding barricades for example, which can stretched out to protect larger areas.
Finally, barriers are constructed from tough metals components, such steel and tough plastics for example, in order to offer proper protection and to ensure the safety of workers and personnel. We offer extensive information on all kinds temporary barricades, including their features as well as their prices.