Have you ever been called back to repair a floor because it was damaged by other trades after you were finished? If you haven't, the odds are you will. Now there's a tough, reliable solution: SCOFIELD® Proguard Duracover.
Proguard Duracover is a flexible, durable material that will protect interior flooring from harsh construction environments both before and after installation. Proguard Duracover can be easily removed at the completion of the project, requiring minimal clean up.
When should it be installed?
Proguard Duracover should be installed 72 hours after the concrete is placed to protect the floor, prior to the completion of polished, stained, stamped or other decorative finishes. It can also be used after the decorative finish is completed to protect the final installation.
What kind of protection does it provide?
Proguard Duracover provides protection from construction traffic, equipment, gypsum wall board, dust and other construction related materials. It resists oil and petroleum-based compounds and high p/H compounds. Proguard Duracover will not scratch wood, ceramic tile or other finished floor systems. Water will not deteriorate Proguard Duracover like ordinary kraft paper.
Proguard Duracover can be easily removed at the completion of the project, revealing a clean floor that requires minimal cleanup.
SCOFIELD Proguard Duracover is:
Oil and impact resistant
Easy to apply and remove
Ideal for use on:
What do customers say about Proguard Duracover:
"I was in an office in Hilo yesterday where I had sold your Duracover. They were cutting some concrete around an elevator shaft and the floor was a random quartzite. The guys loved the Duracover! They used it three times before tossing it out.
It caught the slurry from the saws as they were cutting concrete. They shoveled concrete off the Duracover with flat shovels. His comment was "The price of the Duracover was way less than the price of the cleanup we usually have in situations like this.....and we used it three times......and duct tape works really well on the duracover also." He said there were lots of folks asking what that material was and impressed at how well it performs."
-- Tom Adams, Bonded Materials