When hiring a contractor there are many factors to consider, but one of the more overlooked factors is how they protect your current land and property while they are working. From putting up cones over soft spots in the land, to construction tape to mark off temporary roads, there is a lot to do to protect your property and those working and living on it. One of the most recommended protection methods involves commercial cable protectors. Cable protectors group and protect cables that are usually run underground or even overhead during temporary construction processes. If cable protectors are laid out in strategic spots, they will prevent wires from pulling out, protect soft areas of land, and will aid with the speed of development, which we all know tends to increase even after an initial estimate.
When researching contractors for your project, be sure to ask them what kind of protection methods they use. Ask about the equipment they’ll be using, what will be done with cables, wires, and hoses. If they will be used, what kind of protectors will they employ? Often construction companies will say they use commercial cable protectors, but often end up nailing a few boards of wood together or using ones with sub-par materials like plastic, rubber or aluminum. Spending a lot with contractors is common, so save some dollars by finding the contractor that not only fits your budget, but protects you with safety equipment against future potential damages. Remind them to use the safest and most cost effective equipment offered like Brahman Systems. Our commercial cable protectors are made completely from steel and our design is so innovative and strong, it has been patented. Brahman Systems is the new standard in cable and hose protection.