North and South Jersey serve as new locations for Temporary Wall Systems

Temporary Wall Systems is in the process of opening two New Jersey locations. In North Jersey, the temporary containment wall provider will open a Meadowlands store, and Atlantic City will serve the South Jersey area.

Temporary Wall Systems is a full-service, rentable containment wall provider in the U.S. that offers commercial contractors and facilities managers a turnkey alternative to labor-intensive interim containment methods like drywall. Most contractors usually construct these walls from drywall and other permanent materials that have to be tossed into landfills once the wall comes down after renovations.

“Temporary Wall Systems has created a rentable wall that is easy to install and produces little to no waste when it’s taken down,” Meadowlands owner Ken Papile said. “I love that our rentable containment walls are a fast and reliable solution to protect people from the dust, noise and demolition during a renovation or construction project.”

TWS is part of HomeFront Brands, a family of emerging, franchised residential and commercial property service brands that offers integrated technology, data support, lead generation, business intelligence systems and training to its partners.

Meanwhile, on Sept. 6, Temporary Wall Systems South Jersey will sponsor an International Facility Management Association annual golf outing at Running Deer Golf Club in Pittsgrove. Owner Sam Adler said he will promote his new location to area facilities managers and general contractors who attend the event.

Adler said he believes that the growth in the number of commercial renovations and construction projects in the South Jersey area provides a natural customer base for the temporary and reusable containment system his TWS location provides.

“When I was looking for investment opportunities, I saw the Temporary Wall Systems franchise and fell in love with the model,” he said. “During my research, I validated that a rental model for hard, modular temporary walls wasn’t a ‘nice to have’ option, but a ‘need to have’ option,” he said. “There is a great demand in this area for a temporary hard wall containment solution that is not only able to contain construction dust, noise and foot traffic, but is aesthetically pleasing and environmentally sustainable. Because the TWS walls are refreshed and reused, literally tons of scrap is prevented from going into our landfills.”