Friday, July 27, 2012

New 2012-2013 Surface Protection Catalog!

Builders Site Protection has just published our brand-new 2012-2013 surface protection catalog! The catalog includes several exciting new products as well as our customer's favorites. In addition to our high quality surface protection, dust control, and lead containment products, Builders SiteProtection now offers several new specialty items. Dura Scrim™ provides barriers for fumigation, insulation, and asbestos abatement. WindoCoat™ is a spray-on protection product that prevents damage to both windows AND frames and can be left on for up to 365 days! Tub Plastic™ is a heavy-duty, 8mil thick self-adhesive plastic that can be used on porcelain, acrylic, and fiberglass tubs that can remain on tubs for up to 120 days.

These are only a few of the new products included in the 2012-2013 Surface Protection Catalog. To obtain a catalog visit our website at and click on the tab that says, "Download our Catalog." To request a hard copy sent in the mail call us at 866-788-6886 or visit the website and click on the tab that says, "Request a Catalog."

We look forward to helping you with all your surface protection, lead containment, and dust control needs!

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Construction Tapes: Which is best for your project?

Builders Site Protection has a new article! Surface Protection Expert Heather describes which common construction tapes are best for different applications on a job site. Unlike tapes found at the local Dollar Store or Wal Mart, Builders Site Protection offers high-quality, professional-grade tapes that hold up to job site demands. Check out the website for more info and read the article to learn more about construction tapes!

Construction Tapes: Which is Best for your Project?

Friday, July 6, 2012

US Construction Industry at Highest Level Since 2009

The construction industry continues to improve as the economy slowly regains steam after the Great Recession. According to a new study, construction spending was up to $830 billion - the highest level since December of 2009. That is a 7% improvement over last year and a 0.9% increase in spending since April 2012. Non-residential projects are still slightly stronger than residential, but the gap is closing as home building starts to pick up speed again. Here in San Diego, Builders Site Protection is pleased to note that residential construction is beginning to show signs of life as projects that have been on hold for years start back up. How is construction faring in your area? Have you noticed any improvement in your local construction economy? Let us know!

Construction Spending Highest Since 2009