Network Scaffold Services now offer plastic hoarding installation services for anyone requiring a site boundary to be hoarded off securely.
The best feature of plastic hoarding is that our clients can choose whether they wish to apply branding, advertising or marking using vinyl wrapping to showcase their idea, proposed project or products.
Securing construction sites with hoarding is not just about keeping intruders out, it is also essential for ensuring the safety of the general public passing by. The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 and the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, introduced by the HSE’s Construction division are clear about the need for secure hoarding around construction sites.
Unlike timber construction panels, our plastic panels are impervious to water, meaning they do not rot and can be used multiple times, which will save you money on investing in standard plywood products.
When used with the simple aluminium top hat fixing system, assembling these panels can happen quickly and efficiently. The surface is jet washable and vinyl compatible making it easy to maintain.
Areas plastic hoarding can benefit your project
Secure your project – Construction design and management regulations state all building firms need to take steps to prevent unauthorised entry to their sites. This includes trespassers or vandals, meaning securing a perimeter around the works and installing adequate hoarding before work starts. The HSE also states companies must physically design site boundaries using appropriate signage.
Protect the public – Hoarding will protect the general public from any potential injury with a barrier provided between possible dangers, including building equipment, on-site vehicles, falling objects and any other common hazards on construction sites.
Keep a project under wraps – Site hoarding helps keep your project under wraps until it is finished. This allows your site to blend into the surrounding area and avoids any unnecessary exposure.
Cost-effective – Hoarding panels are a cost-effective solution to keep construction sites safe plus they can be used more than once.
Where Can Hoarding Be Used?
Here are some examples of how plastic hoarding can be used across various sites –
- Construction and demolition projects
- Internal or external shop frontage
- Hoarding scaffolds and structures
- Ideal for festivals and events requiring temporary fencing
- Also, suitable for offices, soundproof areas and sterile areas in hospitals
This hoarding can be customised to receive corporate branding that could include doors and windows. Once installed and fitted by the manufacturer it will be certified to be able to carry the wind plus other loads. Regular checks will be carried out to ensure it remains safe. Network Scaffold will also dismantle the hoarding once you have finished with it, ready to be re-used on another site in the future.
Get in Touch for More Information
If you are unsure of how much hoarding you will need for your project, our team of specialists will be able to advise. Contact us today for no-obligation professional advice.