How to choose a scaffolding company
It’s essential that you work with experienced professionals who will erect and dismantle your scaffolding in
line with industry regulations and best practices. Always check the credentials of your scaffolding company to check that their training…
What is birdcage scaffolding?
Birdcage scaffolding is a larger version of scaffolding that uses joined bays to provide continuous access. Typically, you’ll find birdcage scaffolding used in taller buildings.
How much does scaffolding cost to hire?
The cost of scaffolding will depend on the size and scope of your project, along with the type of scaffold you need. The best way to get an accurate price for your scaffolding is to get in touch with Pure Scaffolding to obtain a quote.
How long can scaffolding be left up for?
The Health and Safety Executive states that scaffolding must only be left up for as long as it needed and should be removed promptly at the end of the project.
How is scaffolding constructed?
The method of construction depends on the type of scaffolding being assembled. Some scaffold comes readymade with steel combined with couplings and frames, whereas other basic steel scaffold can be assembled manually with fixings.
What are the different types of scaffolding?
Pure Scaffolding offers three different types of scaffolding, including:
Suspended scaffolding – ideal when clients are erecting a base, or where site-level work is challenging.
What is scaffolding used for?
If you need to work at heights as part of your construction project, then scaffolding offers a safe, temporary base to hold your crew and materials. Whether you’re working.
What qualifications do your scaffolders have?
When you choose Pure Scaffolding, you can be assured that our scaffolders are fully qualified and hold the latest training qualifications. We take compliance seriously and always keep up with current industry standards. As well as holding current CSCS.