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Easy Containment Equals Happy Employees

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When it comes to containment in the restoration industry, it seems simple – construct the containment using pipes/wood, tape, and a plastic tarp. This has worked for years; why would we change it? We change it because we can make it better. 

By using our easy containment systems, you make your employees happier. Our containment systems make your employees happy by saving time, saving money, and saving reputation. 

Saving Time

There are a number of reasons why we should change the way we do containment. One is that it is inefficient. The current methods require multiple steps and materials to be used, which slows down the process severely.

Our containment systems are easy to use and require only one step to put together. This saves time for your employees, which means that they are able to get more work done in the same amount of time.

You’re also able to save time by reducing the number of materials needed for each containment system. Our systems only require very few parts and are easily set up, which makes them much more efficient than the current methods. 

Saving Money

Traditional containment is expensive. To construct a traditional containment system, you need pipes/wood, tape, and a tarp. This costs thousands of dollars per month depending on how many trucks are hitting the water and what size they are.

Airwall is a reusable containment system that saves companies money in several ways. First, it’s reusable, meaning you aren’t buying new materials for every job site, or even throughout a job. The reusable Airwall stores nicely and is easily moved from job to job. 

Second, Airwall lowers labor costs. With an easy containment setup, technicians are spending less time setting up containment and more time doing the restoration work. This makes projects as a whole go a lot faster. 

Third, easy containment systems are faster to set up, and therefore, save you and the customer from some costly secondary damage. Lower labor costs mean that it’s easier to set up and therefore minimizes the risk of cross-contamination. We all know about cross-contamination leading to costly mistakes. Not only does Airwall save you money by being reusable, but it also allows you to focus more on what matters most—your service! 

Saving Reputation

Airwall is made with a special material that helps inhibit the growth of pathogens like mold. It also protects the undamaged parts of the home from the damaged area. The way it works is simple: create a barrier between your damaged areas and your non-damaged areas. Simply set up the Airwall in a way that fits the shape of the desired contained area. 

Not only does this save you time and money, but it also helps bolster your reputation. Your technicians are able to get more work done in the same amount of time, which means the customers are getting their homes and businesses back faster. When you are able to respond to customers faster, you are able to build a better reputation. Not only that, but your job site looks more professional! 

Our containment systems save your employees time, money, and hassle. They also make them happier by allowing them to focus on the task at hand instead of worrying about spillover or cleanup. 

Airwall is an easy-to-use and effective way to stop mold from spreading. It is used in any environment, including the most demanding ones (e.g., hospitals). It’s ideal for emergency situations because it helps prevent cross-contamination of surfaces that are damaged by water or other substances.

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