4 Reasons Industrial Curtains are Affordable
Have a need to control, create, define or reclaim space within your facility, but looking to maximize your purchasing dollars? Consider using industrial curtains.
Here are four reasons fabric curtain walls are an affordable solution:
Less is more.
The simplicity of these flexible, modular systems allows you to create, define, or control space in rapid fashion. Industrial curtains are typically comprised of vinyl fabric, insulated batting, and thread, which means a customized fit can be obtained quickly and easily. These simple components culminate in a simple product that doesn’t require a specialized sub-contractor for installation. Additionally, the simple nature of these systems allows for a speedy installation with minimal interruption to your daily operation. Project dollars saved.
More is less.
Sizeable projects that would typically eat up dollars at a rapid pace can be completed at roughly 40-60% of traditional construction costs. Industrial curtains are installed from the roof structure down and not from the floor level up, so there is no limit on height and the industrial curtains don’t have to get thicker in profile to carry the vertical height of the project. This not only saves you space and gives you room for additional racking, but it also eliminates the need to provide costly forklift protection at the base of the curtain. Project dollars saved.
Utilize in-house engineering to provide a custom solution to your application without having to pay for a design-build contractor or design firm. Why add cost for another party to layout or design your project? Save time with one less phone call to make. Project dollars saved.
Curtain wall systems can easily be reconfigured as your process or product flow changes in the future. This means that when you have to make a change, you can do it without demolition costs, demolition mess and, again, do it very quickly. Future project dollars saved.
Save money over the full scope of your project by utilizing industrial curtains. You can’t afford not to.
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