FAQs

See our FAQs below for more information on our scaffolding services.

How much does scaffolding cost?

Scaffolding costs are dependent on a number of factors, including size, hire duration, and the nature of the erection. As such, quotes are provided on a case-by-case basis. However, our rates are competitive, and quotes are free with no obligations.

I’ve had a cheaper quote for scaffolding, can you match it?

Yes. We endeavour to match like-for-like* quotes for scaffolding services wherever possible.

*Quotations should be in writing and outline the product or service they cover.

What areas do you cover?

We are based in Fleet, but operate throughout the wider Hampshire area, including Aldershot, Basingstoke, Guildford, Woking, Bracknell, Farnham, Camberley, and further afield on request. Wherever your location, give us a call to see how we can help.

Is your company reputable and qualified?

Yes! We are fully insured, qualified, and our team have over 60 years of industry experience behind them. Our company has been built on reputation and recommendation, which is recognition of our dependability.

Can you provide scaffolding for listed buildings?

Absolutely. We have worked with listed buildings, including supplying scaffold erections for a Grade 1 listed church. We understand the need for sympathetic installations that cause no structural damage. If you have a listed property in need of maintenance, come to us for scaffolding solutions you can trust.

Will my scaffolding need inspection?

We inspect our installations upon completion, and every 7 days thereafter to ensure it is safe and secure. During adverse weather, we may need to increase the inspection frequency for your safety.

Do I need a permit to put up scaffolding?

If the scaffold will occupy public spaces, including pavements, footpaths, or roads a permit is required. To get permit approval you may have to be flexible with your working times. Limiting use to quieter times of the day to reduce risk to passers-by.

Can I climb the scaffolding at my home?

Falling from height is a real risk when using scaffolding. As such, members of the public, or property owners, are advised NOT to climb on the scaffolding at any time. Scaffolding should be left as secure as possible with access ladders removed or cordoned off when not in use.

Which type of scaffolding do I need?

We can carry out a site survey, free of charge, to offer advise on which type of scaffolding would be optimum. Independent or freestanding scaffolding may be preferable if working on unstable or historic structures, whereas the use of dab holes is efficient and space saving for many building projects.

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