Our scaffolding services are available to the public, as well as commercial contractors, and local authorities. We are here to work with your requirements in order to deliver the most appropriate design, building, and dismantling process.
Our Services include the following:
- Short or long term hire
- CITB trained professionals
- All employees hold CISRS cards
- Asbestos awareness certified
- Free quotes on risk assessments & method statements
- 24 hour emergency helpline
- Next day service
- Fully insured for public & employment liability cover
- Health & safety compliant
- Competitive prices, discount for long term use
Our Design For Your Plans
The right approach to planning will save time as well as money. Health & safety is a priority, as we want to ensure that our professionals are safe when working.
We will begin by conducting a complete survey in order to uncover any health and safety risks that could potentially be hazardous. Whilst we establish the all clear, this process will also allow us to build a complete picture of what you require from us. In doing so, we can offer a more personal scaffold service.
Establishing The Framework
We will erect the scaffold once all else has been agreed in regards to the design. We work across the South East, so you can rest assured that we will work swiftly in order to get the job done and help you one-step closer to your finished results. We are always experiencing changes in demand from our clients, so we always aim to be as flexible as possible in order to achieve the best turnaround time.
Monitoring & Dismantling Service
We monitor our scaffold once erected, in order to assure a safe environment to work in. We also offer a call out service that maintains a quick response service.
Once the time comes to dismantle the scaffolding, the process requires the same amount of care that was taken to erect it. This minimises health & safety risks for the public as well as the scaffolders involved. It is also important to take care due to the nature of the building, as the structure itself could suffer damage as a result.