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We sell visqueen poly sheeting rolls in many mils, colors, and types including vapor barriers, string reinforced, and flame retardant. We have color options including black, clear, and frosted (a mix of transparent and white.) Whether you are building a greenhouse, a haunted house, or an actual house, we have the visqueen plastic that will serve as the foundation. We also sell poly hangers that will help you mount your plastic to the ceiling or walls.

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What is visqueen plastic sheeting?

Polyethylene visqueen rolls are made from durable, multi-purpose plastic material that is wrinkle and weather resistant. It can be reused multiple times with a variety of applications including vapor barriers, haunted house plastic, greenhouse plastic, painter's drop cloths, and more. It has excellent durability in both hot and cold temperatures and exhibits stability in outdoor applications. Visqueen plastic sheeting is environmentally friendly and recyclable.

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What can visqueen plastic sheeting rolls be used for?

Polyethylene Sheeting rolls can be used for a wide variety of industrial, commercial and residential applications. It is waterproof, rot proof, and resistant to many chemicals. It is most often used as a vapor and weather barrier in construction and abatement, and can also also be used as painter's drop cloth or weed barrier.

Visqueen comes in a variety of sizes and thicknesses. The type you will need depends on your application. Haunted house plastic is generally 20x200 black flame retardant 4 mil sheeting. A vapor barrier in construction is more likely to be 10 mil. A painter's drop cloth will be the most economical available, generally 1.2 mil clear. Whether you are looking to seal off a room before painting, laying down crops, provide a reliable barrier to the elements, protect new construction homes or buildings, or making your own haunted house for Halloween; Discount Visqueen has you covered!

Types Of Visqueen Plastic Sheeting Rolls

Visqueen Plastic Sheeting Roll Specials


Have questions or can't find what you are looking for? Let our top-notch customer service answer your questions. Toll free - 1-800-227-8479.

Just a few applications and types of our wide variety of visqueen:

We carry the following products, but are not limited to:

Surface Shields ZipWall BearAcade Novatek Aerospace America Abatement Technologies Grayling

2010 Lead Law: Product Guide & Information

Click here for the new 2010 Lead Law: Product Guide & Information (.pdf)

Beginning in April 2010, federal law will require that contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities, and schools built before 1978 must be certified in the new EPA Renovation, Repair & Painting Rule (RRP) and follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination. Visit for more information regarding the new lead laws.

Those who have already completed a one-day Lead Safe Work Practices course or lead abatement certification are eligible to complete the Remodelers Refresher course. Any prior Lead Safe Work Practices training is not sufficient to meet the requirements of this new Federal Law. After April 22, 2010, the EPA, or a state agency enforcing the regulations, can fine a company $37,500 per infraction, per day. The new rules also render companies vulnerable to the threat of a civil suit for noncompliance.

Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Program information can be found by visiting: EPA's Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Program.