ZAP Shrink Wrap’s sheeting can be used for temporary roofs and ceilings to provide weather protection and/or environmental containment to construction sites and projects
Perfect for smaller or awkwardly shaped roofs, shrink wrapping is more versatile and customizable than tarps or other temporary methods
ZAP Shrink Wrap’s temporary ceilings will help you save costs given their excellent light transmission rate, which allows all available natural light to enter the work area
Shrink Wrap has been used as a temporary ceiling or roof on countless projects throughout the globe. The ability of ZAP’s techniques to fully contain areas makes shrink wrap a perfect system to enclose overhead spaces quickly and effectively.
When a disaster strikes and you’re left to put together the broken pieces, it’s logical to bust out the tarps to protect your property. But, are tarps really the best option? The short answer is no, tarps are undoubtedly lacking in certain areas. The best solution for containment is, you guessed it, shrink wrap.
There are lots of qualities that make shrink wrap a better choice for containment projects, whether that be recovering from a natural disaster, working on dust and debris containment, or containing harmful particles from nuclear or asbestos work. Shrink wraps’ durability and superior protection are just some of the reasons it should be your go-to containment solution.
Interested in learning more about why you should opt for a shrink wrap temporary ceiling? Read our blog post Shrink Wrap vs. Tarps for more details.