Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes. At RedGuard, we want you to feel peace of mind knowing that our buildings are blast-tested to ensure the safety of your team.
The best way to choose is to take the time to research your potential candidates and ensure they have what it takes to deliver a quality product.
It’s easy! We even service buildings that didn’t come from our fleet. Simply fill out our brief service request form.
We’ve answered this question on our blog. Learn what some of the top reasons for service calls on blast-resistant buildings are.
Absolutely. With more than 15 years of proven experience, RedGuard has been fortunate to experience an unmatched amount of client retention. We believe this can be attributed to several factors, such as quality products, proven service, and reliable logistics.
You can prepare for a facility siting study by first learning what a facility siting study is, and then preparing a list of questions and ensuring you have all the required documentation ready to be handed over.
Pre-engineered buildings are suite-quality buildings with completed engineering.
While people seem to use the terms blast-proof and explosion-proof synonymously, there is a difference. Simply put, we don’t say blast-proof, or explosion-proof, because we know that explosions are powerful forces. If you exceed the load that a building is designed to resist, it might fail.
A blast-resistant building is a structure that is made to withstand significant explosions and to protect personnel and equipment in hazardous environments like those encountered at oil refineries, chemical processing plants, or similar operations.
At RedGuard, we believe in testing. We know that the most critical element of the blast-resistant building is its ability to protect lives. For this reason, when it comes to testing, we don’t just test the building - we also place a crash test dummy inside to ensure the safety of occupants.