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How to become an Authorized Greenloc Dealer

How to become an Authorized Greenloc Dealer

How to become an Authorized Greenloc Dealer

A New Choice for Construction Hoarding: Reusable, Recycled PVC, Portable Walls 

Construction hoarding is installed every day in hundreds of different applications such as malls, hospitals, airports, open excavation sites and high rise development sites. However, the majority of portable walls available are either made from drywall or plywood, which can be expensive, labor intensive and wasteful.

As a Greenloc Authorized Dealer, you will be able to provide industry leading recyclable hoarding solutions to a wide range of clients. Greenloc Environmental Hoarding is North America’s first recyclable hoarding system and is proven to reduce costs, enhance sustainability and provide an incredible look with double the advertising space.

If the idea of offering innovative hoarding solutions to your clients might be the right business opportunity for you, then considering the following guidelines prior to giving us a call to discuss more.

1. Identifying the right industry

If you are considering becoming a Greenloc Authorized Dealer, one of the most important criteria is to be in the right industry. Greenloc should fit in your current product offering or become complementary to other products and services. Some examples of suitable companies that can become Greenloc Authorized Dealers are:

  • Rental Companies
  • Safety Supply & Consultation Companies
  • Hoarding Supply Companies
  • Signage Companies
  • Scaffold Companies
  • Drywall Installation Companies
  • Renovation Companies
  • General Contractors

2. Having an experienced installation team

Before becoming a Greenloc Dealer, having prior construction hoarding installation experience is definitely an important asset. Although Greenloc is easy and clean to install, we will provide you with turn-key solutions including installation training and support, design and printing solutions, access doors and customized options specific to each site.

3. Maintaining a good project portfolio and client base

  • Commercial Builders
  • High, Low and Mid-Rise Developers
  • Custom Home Builders
  • General Contractors
  • Property Management Companies
  • Facility Management Companies
  • Retailers
  • Municipalities

4. Owning storage space and warehouse

Greenloc Hoarding is generally purchased in container loads which include the hoarding panels and its specific hardware. Therefore, having a dedicated storage space and an established warehouse management system will help kick-start your operations with Greenloc.

Finally, before becoming an Authorized Greenloc Dealer, it’s important to know that Greenloc offers its Dealers the support that allows you to go to market with turn-key solutions. As a Greenloc Dealer you will

  • Product training
  • Marketing and sales support
  • Printing and graphic design solutions
  • Ongoing support

If you meet the criteria mentioned above, the next step is to give us a call 905-799-8212 at or email us at info@greenloc.ca

Not in the construction industry but still interested in joining the expandable market of recyclable hoarding? Give us a call to talk about your options.  If you are interested in becoming a Dealer, simply fill out the form below and we will contact you right away.

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The importance of construction site noise barriers

The importance of construction site noise barriers

The importance of construction site fencing for noise barrier

According to the City of Toronto, construction site noise has been one of the main sources of noise complaints in Toronto[1]. It is well known that noise can have a disruptive effect on the neighborhood and, in time, noise complaints can damage good relationships with the community or surrounding mall tenants.  The following video shows why construction site fencing for a noise barrier is an important aspect in noise management.

Although construction is permitted during 7AM to 7PM from Monday to Friday and between 9AM to 7PM on Saturday[2], certain measures can be taken during construction work hours to reduce noise. Our best advice is to be proactive about noise management before it becomes an inconvenience to the neighborhood.

An effective method to control noise at the construction site is to use construction site fencing or hoarding with added soundproofing panels as a noise barrier. In the case of environmental hoarding, the soundproof panels are applied to the back of the hoarding panels and reduce the noise by 16.5 decibels (for a standard 300 Hz sound).

In fact, the Laborers’ Health and Safety Fund of North America recommends adding a distance of 5 to 40 feet between the noise source and noise receiver, as distance also counts as a noise barrier. The table below shows that if the distance from the noise source increases, the noise also decreases[3].  Placing noisy equipment behind construction hoarding and allowing a safe space between the barrier and the exterior environment is an effective tactic to reduce noise.

Decibel level at noise source (dB) Distance from noise receiver to noise source (feet) Decibel level at noise receiver (dB)
105 5 102
105 10 96
105 20 90
105 40 84

Table source: Best Practice Guide to Noise Control by the: Laborers’ Health and Safety Fund of North America

Sound barriers are an effective method in noise management and work best when paired with other best practices such as purchasing quieter equipment, effective work activity scheduling, working within the city’s allowed construction hours, and being proactive about equipment repair and maintenance. Most importantly, communication is key. While construction site noise cannot be eliminated, communicating with the residents and other tenants is crucial to increasing tolerance and goodwill.

To see how Greenloc Environmental hoarding can help reduce construction site noise, contact us at info@greenloc.ca or fill out the form below.

[1] Noise complaints in Toronto: https://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=a2902894d6821410VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD&vgnextchannel=2e4732e2e7741410VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD

[2] Construction working hours in Toronto:


[3] Best Practice Guide to Noise Control by the: Laborers’ Health and Safety Fund of North America


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