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Improvement Projects that Need Scaffolding

Improvement Projects that Need Scaffolding

By on Apr 4, 2021 in Blog, Scaffolding |

If you have decided that 2021 is the year you start working on improving the exterior of your home or property it is important to know which projects require scaffolding.

Network Scaffold Services are the leading scaffold providers for customers across Derby and Nottingham, plus we know a thing or two about home improvements.

For our latest blog, we are going to tell you a number of projects that could require our assistance.

4 Projects That Require Scaffolding

1. Home Improvements – Home improvements are one of the most common reasons for needing scaffolding. This could be a loft conversion, extension, or replacing the roof. Construction workers will use scaffold platforms and access towers to reach your roof, attic or second storey.
By contacting Network Scaffold Services while planning your project, we can advise if you will need our range of scaffold or not.

2. Painting – Scaffold makes larger painting jobs much safer for painter or decorators; especially exceptionally high second floors. It will give you a secure place for your tools and paints plus there is less chance of you dropping your paint as it will be stable on this platform.

3. Building Repairs – Whether you are repairing roofs or clearing clogged gutters, scaffolding offers you a safe platform to carry out this work.

4. Window Cleaning – While most window cleaning can be done without a scaffold, if you live in an apartment building or townhouse you will need a scaffold to clean your windows safely. This is again a safety measure to ensure the work is completed without any unwanted injuries.

Get in Touch For More Information

If you have any questions about any of the products Network Scaffold Services supply, please do not hesitate to contact us today. Don’t forget we now supply safety decking and plastic hoarding; giving you a complete range of materials to be used in domestic and commercial projects.