TEMPORARY CLIMATE CONTROL SUPPORTS THE RISE OF THE U.S. COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Temporary Climate Control supports the rise of the US commercial construction industry.  With the U.S. commercial construction industry on the rise, construction managers, now more than ever, need a way to keep projects running on schedule. This infographic highlights tips and tricks for managing humidity, extreme temperatures, and moisture with temporary climate control. Not only does temporary climate control keep projects on schedule while minimizing the negative effects of moisture, it also provides additional benefits including improved indoor air quality, accelerated paint and plaster drying, and cost reduction for concrete sealing. Read on to learn more!

TEMPORARY CLIMATE CONTROL SUPPORTS THE RISE OF THE U.S. COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Projections show that the commercial construction industry is slated to grow over the next two years. While unexpected delays are commonly associated with construction projects, the weather is one delay that process tough to tackle. Commercial construction managers should consider temporary climate control to manage climate induced moisture problems and keep their project on schedule.

Temporary Climate Control and Construction Drying

Temporary climate control focused on construction drying converts an uncontrollable environment into a controllable one by preventing moisture and temperature related delays.

Polygon’s climate control solutions are designed to manage moisture and temperature and minimize energy consumption during the construction process. Polygon offers a cost analysis, along with job site evaluation. We will demonstrate the effectiveness and energy savings available with the utilization of a climate solution for construction drying.

 

 

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