Air Quality Control Equipment for Construction
There is so much involved in managing a construction job site. Much of it entails keeping your project moving forward on schedule while making sure the work is done right.
Creating an environment that optimizes productivity is at the core of this work. This is where ProGas can help! In addition to our temporary heating equipment services, we also provide air quality control solutions that keep your construction job site safe and comfortable year-round.
ProGas has been helping local construction businesses like yours for decades with our construction services for both large-scale and single-home construction and renovation projects.
We provide expert design of temporary air quality control systems for your project. Our team will come up with a customized plan to meet your needs, assist with any needed permitting, keep subcontractors in the loop, perform the installation and any needed equipment service and set up a fuel delivery schedule.
You’ll also get unmatched responsiveness, as we can quickly and easily adjust any facet of your service to meet changing needs.
Air Conditioning Units
Average high temperatures in the Greater Pittsburgh area in the summer reach the mid-80s, and a heat wave can quickly send those temperatures into the 90s.
These temperatures can make job sites not only uncomfortable, but unsafe. Materials can also be affected by high temperatures. For example, wood can shrink, which can affect framing, flooring installation and other work. Plastic and vinyl materials may warp or become otherwise compromised. Paint applied in hot conditions can crinkle, crack or discolor.
Temporary air conditioning equipment from ProGas helps keep your job sites safely cool for both workers and materials.
Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers
Using humidity control equipment helps make your construction or renovation job site safer and more comfortable for your workers. But it can also be essential to protecting materials and keeping projects moving forward on schedule.
Excess moisture in the air can create several problems that can affect the work being done. For example, mold and mildew can develop, especially in spaces with little or no ventilation. That moisture can make floors damp, creating an increased falling hazard. Concrete also suffers from excess humidity. It can compromise the compressive strength of the concrete, as can microbial growth such as mold or bacteria in the concrete.
High humidity also can also damage plaster and stucco and slow the drying of materials like paint, mortar, fireproofing materials and drywall joint compound. Too-dry air also creates problems as well. The evaporation process in concrete is accelerated, which can compromise the top layer of the concrete. That makes it more likely to have shrinking and cracking on the surface. Other materials such as plaster, stucco and drywall mud can be similarly impacted.
With dehumidifier and humidifier installation services from ProGas, you will have optimal humidity at your job site to protect materials, improve safety and keep projects on schedule.
Whether you need heated, cooled, humidified or dehumidified air at your construction job site, circulating that air is essential for comfort, safety and materials protection.
Good air circulation allows materials such as paint and concrete to dry and cure evenly. It also assists in ventilating dust and other volatile organic compounds away from the job site.
ProGas has a large selection of commercial fans and will provide custom fan installation services, so your work sites stay comfortable and well-ventilated.
Put ProGas to work on your construction projects. Contact us today to schedule a consultation for your air quality control equipment.