Once you've ordered your Heras Steelhoard we will take care of underneath steps to get your site up and running in a fast, safe and consistent way.
Posted on 18 May 2021 by Adrian Couzens
Many of you will be familiar with steel hoarding in the construction market and may think they are all very similar, carrying out the same function. You might be using timber hoardings, flat fascias with graphics or on ground systems. Once installed they look similar and initially price-wise there isn’t much between them however Steelhoard has a number of unique features that make it more cost-effective, adaptable, and sustainable than any other system on the market. In short terms: Steelhoard will save you money. In this blog, I hope to convey the benefits so you get the right knowledge about the advantages of the world’s most sustainable hoarding system.
Posted on 20 April 2021 by Adrian Couzens
Once you wrap up a construction project the next step is to dismantle the construction fences and transport them. If they're not immediately needed on another site or event, the fences go into storage. Transport racks come in handy for both transport and temporary storage alike. At first glance, these frames may appear unimpressive, but they have a number of advantages which our experts are pleased to explain below.
Posted on 16 November 2020 by Adrian Day
A big argument for using plastic site hoarding instead of a steel hoarding solution is the fact that plastic hoarding panels have a flat fascia which is ideal for advertising. However, there are many more considerable downsides to using plastic hoarding instead of a steel hoarding system. In this blog, we explore the benefits of the HERAS Steelhoard temporary hoarding system compared to those of plastic site hoarding.
Posted on 04 May 2020 by Adrian Day
There are many things to take into consideration when choosing a hoarding system for your building site. You will want to observe all legal requirements and regulations to guarantee the safety of your workers and the public, as well as ensure the security of the building site itself. Furthermore, you will want to choose a hoarding system that is durable and in adherence to environmental concerns while also opting for a system that is cost-effective.
Posted on 28 April 2020 by Adrian Day