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Temporary Wall Systems opening new locations in Kansas and Missouri

Temporary Wall Systems (TWS) is opening two new locations on both sides of the Missouri-Kansas state line and will showcase their rentable wall solutions at Innovation Expo 2023 on Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Innovation Expo is held from 8 to 11 a.m. at The Builders Training Center on 105 W. 12th Avenue, North Kansas City, Missouri. The expo allows exhibitors to demonstrate the latest in construction technology to industry professionals.

For Cody and Andrea Herbster, owning the TWS in Kansas City, Kansas, is a goal the husband-and-wife duo has wanted to achieve for several years. The couple expects these easy-to-build and easy-to-remove walls will save contractors in their area hours, if not days, on building containment walls during renovations and construction.

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“I’ve talked to several contractors in this area, and they are adamant about the need for these walls,” Cody Herbster said. “We want to build long-lasting relationships with members of the contracting community. Having a product that saves time and headaches will go a long way toward building those relationships.”

The Herbsters’ counterpart in Kansas City, Missouri, Mike Macy, agrees that the product helps contractors. He further points out that the walls are a cleaner and more environmentally friendly alternative to using permanent construction material for temporary containment walls.

“Owning and operating my own business has been a dream of mine for several years,” Macy said. “Introducing an ecologically sound product that also saves contractors time and money is a win-win for both the construction industry and the environment. It’s an honor to be able to provide this product to the Kansas City construction community.”

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Both sets of owners said that the Kansas City Metro area is growing, and they see that many new businesses are being adaptive in renovating older buildings. The owners will work together to ensure the divided city’s contractors have the ability to use the eco-friendly and reusable walls to protect people and property from the dangers of construction and renovation projects.

Herbster is a Kansas native and has lived in Kansas City most of his life. He spent the last decade of his career in real estate development and understands the needs of general contractors as a result.

Macy grew up in South Dakota, but has now lived in Kansas City, Missouri, for more than half his life. He enjoys the small town feel of Kansas City even though the city has more than 2.3 million residents.

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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.

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