Thursday 6 March 2014

Do You Need Wall Guards? A Helpful Checklist

Perhaps when you hear the term wall guardsyou think warehouses, industrial complexes, and storage facilities. You imagine that wall guards would come in handy in places where fork lifts are used to move pallets around while burly workers move large boxes with hand trucks. 

Such places can benefit from wall guards, of course, but they are not the only ones. The following checklist will help you to evaluate your own potential need for wall guards.

Do You Need Wall Guards? A Helpful Checklist:

1. Do you have a home or small business? If you have a home of small business, then chances are high that the space in which you live and work has corners. (Completely round buildings are rare. We've checked.) If your home or office has corners, then those corners are vulnerable. Vulnerable corners can be protected by wall guards. Boss Corner Guards are available in many materials, finishes and sizes to suit nearly every situation.

2. Are you human? We hope so - or how are you reading this?  To err, as they say, is human. No matter how careful you are to take care of your space, you will occasionally still drop things, bump into walls, and scrape the paint. Such incidental mistakes are part of life, but the good news is that installing wall guards can mitigate the damage. To err is human, but to install wall guards is divine. 

3. Do other people or pets share space with you? Increasing the number of people sharing a home or office only increases the odds for wear and tear. More people mean more mistakes, and more mistakes mean an even greater need for wall guards. Pets can be rough on corners too, scratching and wearing them

If this checklist has helped you to recognize your need for wall guards, remember that we carry a full range of wall and corner-guard products designed to keep your homes and offices in good repair. If you have questions or comments, of if you would like to see an array of products available, please feel free to contact us.

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