Expandable Scaffold Plank

Expandable Scaffold Plank

Make sure all planks and walk boards are at least 36 inches below the highest point of any portable scaffolding.

Rather than dismantlement and storing some scaffolding companies will leave their scaffolding in situ until it's ready to move to the next job.

It may seem to be easy to erect and use scaffolding, but there are thousands of accidents caused each year by those who do not know how to erect scaffolding safely.

The purpose of scaffolding is to provide a platform to enable builders to work on very high structures.

Take time to research the scaffold company you propose to use to ensure that it will meet all of your needs.

In some Asian countries, scaffolding tubes made of bamboo have been used, and are still used to construct high rise buildings.

It is estimated that 65% of those employed in the construction industry frequently work on scaffolds.

Take time to research scaffold companies you might decide to use to ensure that they will meet all of your needs.

Hoop irons (or nail plates) are a protective metal plate fitted to the end of a scaffolding board.

Scaffoldings are structures that are temporarily erected for repair, construction or decoration of commercial buildings, homes or other edifices.

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