As a construction company owner, you are likely always looking for equipment to invest in that will help your business thrive. If you haven't yet purchased any portable construction heaters, it's a good idea to consider doing so. Here are just a few good reasons why.
Work More Often Throughout the Year
Having portable heaters around will allow your construction crew to work more often during the winter months without getting too uncomfortable. Keeping them warm while they work is an important safety measure that should be taken any time the weather is cold outside. And keeping your crew warm will keep them motivated to continue working throughout the day so you don't lose any production hours.
Multiple portable heaters can be used at the same time to heat up a larger outdoor space so your entire crew can work in warmth. Or you can assign a personal heater to each of your crew members to use if they'll be working in different areas.
Dry Surfaces More Quickly
Portable construction site heaters will allow you to dry surfaces more quickly so you can move on to the next stage of a construction project you are working on. If you have to paint a panel before it can be installed, a heater will help dry the paint in a fraction of the time that it would take to dry under just the sun. Interior components of the structure you are building can also be dried with help from the heaters, as long as the structure is not yet completely enclosed.
If you need to dry some concrete you've poured quickly, place your heaters nearby and the surface should start hardening in just minutes. You can also use your portable construction heaters to keep temperature-sensitive liquids warm when the weather is cold outside.
Avoid the Need For Rentals
You may not see a need for the regular use of portable heaters on your construction sites right now. But there might come times in the future, even if just once in awhile, when you'll wish you had the use of a heater. You could always rent a heater or two when you need extra warmth, but those rental costs can really add up quickly. But if you already own portable heaters, you can avoid the need to rent them and possibly save yourself some money in the long run.
Contact your sales agent today to learn more about your portable heater options and to schedule an appointment so you can compare those options in person.