Written on: October 2, 2023
Time is money in construction and renovation projects. Cold weather halting work on a project can result in a domino effect of delays. The potential unavailability of tradespeople thanks to these delays exacerbates the setbacks, further impeding progress.
Temporary heating enables you to maintain your schedule by ensuring that jobs can be completed more efficiently, while also providing a safe and comfortable work environment.
Kimlin Energy is the Hudson Valley’s leader for temporary heating services. We offer comprehensive service, supplying the heaters, lines, hoses, and regulators, along with the propane to fuel them. We’ll go over the needs of your project and come up with a temporary heating plan customized to meet those needs. Our on-call and next-day service guarantees that your job sites will be consistently warm and secure.
Temporary heating provides not only comfort and safety for your employees but also invaluable support for specific projects or materials. We’ve listed below several ways in which temporary heating can facilitate the progress of your construction or renovation project, ensuring it remains on schedule. By doing so, it safeguards not only your business’s bottom line but also that of your subcontractors.
Start by assessing the precise heating needs of your construction project. Consider factors such as project size, duration, and the type of construction work involved, such as electrical, plumbing, metalwork, drywall, and painting.
Select the ideal propane heaters that best match the specific requirements of your project. Consider the following options for propane heaters:
Direct-fired propane heaters: These heaters are highly effective at warming expansive areas and are renowned for their rapid heating abilities.
Indirect-fired propane heaters: Perfect for indoor use, these heaters offer clean and dry air, making them ideal for areas with limited ventilation. It is crucial to prioritize proper ventilation to avoid the accumulation of harmful gases and ensure optimal indoor air quality.
Propane radiant heaters: Incorporating infrared heat technology, these heaters are an excellent option for targeted spot heating in specific areas.
In addition to workspaces being heated, it is crucial to provide designated warm break areas equipped with temporary heating equipment. Cold workers not only experience reduced productivity but are also at risk of cold-related illnesses. By maintaining warmer temperatures, morale remains high, and workers can focus on their tasks, minimizing downtime.
Now is the time to plan your temporary heating for your projects this winter. Contact the experts at Kimlin Energy today to set up a consultation.