Job sites that use CoverMe are safer
OSHA requires any hole 2-inches or greater to be covered on the job site. Covering those holes the old way with 2×4’s and plywood is problematic. Workers trip over the plywood edge, water warps the wood, they can shift or crack under a heavy load, or can be tossed aside by the different trades.
CoverMe has all those issues coveredExplore Our Features
Water Resistant stripping
Load bearing recyclable polymer
Adjustable locking clips
Knockout hole for cords to feed through
Install CoverMe in a fraction of the time with no tools
It takes an average carpenter 20-30 minutes to cut, install, and mark a cover for a floor hole. That times the countless floor holes on a job site equals wasted time and money. It takes just 5 seconds to cover a floor hole with CoverMe. Simply put a CoverMe floor cover in the hole, adjust to fit the hole size, and lock into place.
CoverMe is already marked clearly with the word hole, but has space for more information if needed. There is a punch out where you can run cords through the floor.
CoverMe is a better solution than the old way in every way
The Old Way
Sheet of ¾ inch Plywood
2 x 4 x 8
Box of screws
Tools Needed: Circular saw, Screw gun, Extension cord, Tape Measure
Money thrown away at the end of the job
No Labor Needed
Use again at the next job
Up to 7 Times Cheaper than the Old Way
Are they Reusable?
Yes. CoverMe can be removed and used again
Do they meet Osha Requirements?
CoverMe meets all OSHA requirements of a floor hole cover. 1910.23(e)(7)(iii), 1910.23 (a)(8), 1910.23(a)(8)(i), 1910.23(a)(8)(ii), 1910.23(a)(9), 1926.502(i)(2), 1926.502(i)(3), 1926.502(i)(4).
How big of a hole can they cover?
CoverMe Covers come in 4 different sizes:
Our standard round CoverMe covers holes 2”-6”. Our large round CoverMe covers holes from 6”-12”.
Our small rectangle CoverMe covers holes between 2″-3.5″. Our large rectangle CoverMe covers holes between 2″-5.75″
What quantities can I buy them in?
CoverMe comes in packs of 10 or 20