Life safety is a driving force behind design in any modern construction project, and sprayed-on fireproofing offers a simple, cost-effective approach to meeting the hourly ratings expected in modern construction without needing to invest heavily in fire-resistant building materials.
Effective fireproofing doesn’t just help your commercial structure meet code and pass inspections: It can mean the difference between preserving your investment and losing it — or even life and death. Combined with active fire suppression, the passive protection of a spray fireproofing solution can significantly improve safety, and our team can help you implement that combination for your commercial structures.
Contact Alpha Insulation & Waterproofing online or call 704-398-2300 to learn more about commercial spray fireproofing in the Charlotte area.
Spray-applied fireproofing has become the most common fireproofing material in new construction, as the options available for spray fireproofing can cover a huge number of use cases inexpensively and effectively. Common spray fireproofing types include:
Call Alpha Insulation & Waterproofing today at 704-398-2300 or contact us online to learn more about your options for commercial spray fireproofing in the Charlotte area.
When you choose to work with Alpha Insulation & Waterproofing on a project in the Charlotte area, you benefit from decades of institutional expertise as a premium supplier of fireproofing solutions.
We’ve served clients throughout the Southeast U.S., Puerto Rico and the Bahamas since we entered the fireproofing industry in the early 1980s. We’ve since delivered expert fireproofing services from the planning phase to application, with industry experts and skilled technicians working together to produce superior results for our clients.
The Charlotte offices of Alpha Insulation & Waterproofing can be found at 3032 Stewart Creek Blvd., just north of University Park. You can reach Stewart Creek Boulevard via Carrier Drive, aka the North I-85 Service Road, which is most easily accessed by turning south off North Hoskins Road, not far from where it meets Beatties Ford Road.