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Domestic Scaffolding

Following your initial contact with our estimating team every domestic scaffolding job starts with a physical site assessment. We visit the property assess and design the solution look at logistics and recommend the most appropriate solution.

Working with domestic customers in occupied priorities requires additional skills for our experienced scaffolders and training is key, we train our operatives how to recognise and deal with the day-to-day issues that arise and all of our operatives are DBS checked.

Good quality materials and workmanship are key and we only use serviced and clean equipment that is rotated and serviced in our plant yard. No two scaffolding jobs are ever the same whether you need a Porch for painting a tower for a chimney or an entire house scaffolded, we can help.

We offer a “without commitment” survey after which we then put together a practical and effective domestic scaffolding design to meet those requirements. Whatever job you have in mind, we will create something that suits.

However large or small your scaffolding requirements might be, our team of professional scaffolders ensure a safe and secure working platform for you or you builders / decorators. They check each component as they go, as well as inspecting the overall structure, sign off and issuing a handover certificate when its complete.

We can also provide a 7-day inspection service.

It is the scaffold users / hirers responsibility to ensure that all scaffolding has been inspected as follows:

• following installation / before first use
• at an interval of no more than every 7 days thereafter
• following any circumstances liable to jeopardise the safety of the installation eg high winds.

All scaffolding inspection should be carried out by a competent person whose combination of knowledge, training and experience is appropriate for the type and complexity of the scaffold. Competence may have been assessed under the CISRS or an individual may have received training in inspecting a specific type of system scaffold from a manufacturer/supplier.