Are you getting ready to move some of your belongings into storage? Do you have a boat, car, or motorcycle that you want to stow away for winter? Do you need to keep your furniture safe somewhere while you’re moving or renovating? When you’re considering the possibility of long-term storage, it’s the perfect time to also look into shrink wrap.
When the weather’s warm, we love to spend time relaxing outside on our patio furniture. You can just sit outside, read a book, enjoy the breeze, and have a bonfire when it starts to get dark. However, if you invested in a nice arrangement of patio furniture, you should take steps to protect that investment. Have you considered shrink wrapping your patio furniture when it’s not in use?
We’ve been applying shrink wrap for over a decade, so we’ll share our expertise. We’ll show you how to use shrink wrap equipment on your own. First, we’ll explain how to prepare the area. Then, we’ll go over how to safely apply the shrink wrap itself. We will look at this process for boats first and then other objects.
Do you have valuable property that needs to sit outside all winter? Or are you concerned about some expensive piece of machinery that you need to transport? The repercussions of those items getting damaged are enough to make anyone sweat. Thankfully, properly installed shrink wrap can prevent those catastrophes from occurring.
But who do you call to install shrink wrap the right way?
Fall is here and that means it’s time to start preparing for the harsh weather conditions that will soon be upon us. Don’t allow your patio furniture to rust and wear down. Unlimited Shrinkwrap can help you protect your investments and keep your outdoor furniture and many other pieces of outdoor equipment looking as fresh as the year before with residential shrink wrap.
With any project, you need the right tools for the job. With shrink wrap, you need the right shrink film for what you’re trying to accomplish. There are three main types of plastic that are used as shrink wrap material: PVC, polyolefin, and polyethylene. So, which one is the right fit for your project?
When you go to an art museum or gallery, you know you’re not allowed to touch the paintings. This is because paintings can be delicate. Depending on the types of paint, paper, canvas, etc., the oils on your fingers can degrade and distort the image. That’s why art pieces need to be treated with care when being stored or transported. One solution that many artists, dealers, and galleries use is shrink wrap.
Shrink film shields your belongings from wind, moisture, and other elements year-round. You can shrink wrap your boat or classic car for winter storage, your furniture and other belongings during a move, or your company’s heavy machinery for transport. However, did you know shrink film also plays an important role in disaster relief efforts?
Unlimited Shrinkwrap has supplied the community with quality shrink wrap services for over a decade, including shrink wrap for boats, planes, cars, furniture, industrial machinery, and more. Here’s a rundown of many of the types of things we’ll gladly shrink wrap for you!
Did you know you could shrink wrap your car? Your boat? Your… Nuclear reactor turbine? It seems like everything can be shrink wrapped. Wherever there’s an object of any size that needs to be protected from the elements, there’s an opportunity to apply this technique for keeping property safe. That’s not to say shrink wrapping is the same for each of these instances, though. Personal, commercial, and industrial shrink wrap require distinct processes and different sets of equipment to get the job done.