Can Scaffolding Be Moved?

Standard scaffolding units cannot and should not be moved. However, if you do require a single scaffolding tower, but will need it in more than one location, then mobile scaffolding constructs are available.

These will have wheels so that you can move them to any location as and when required. These can prove very beneficial and functional in certain circumstances

Does Scaffolding Require Inspection Before Use?

One of the most important factors when designing a scaffolding system is that of safety.
It is important for us to ensure the safety of workers, passers-by, and anybody else that might come into contact with the scaffolding, whether directly or indirectly.

Safety inspections must be carried out before the scaffolding is used and once every seven days following construction as well as after any alterations or following adverse weather conditions.

Do you only provide scaffolding in Warrington, Cheshire?

www.warringtonscaffolding.uk operate in Warrington, Cheshire and the surrounding areas of Cheshire and the North West of England.

Should A Scaffolding Company Be Insured?

When choosing a scaffolding company, you will want to be certain that they are legitimate and professional.

Any scaffolding construction needs to be completed by professionals with experience and any relevant training. However, even following these precautions, accidents can happen.

Your scaffolding company should have the relevant employers’ and public liability insurance in order to cover any financial losses or punitive losses.

How do I get a scaffolding quote

In order to receive a quote simply call, text or e-mail using our details on the contact us page here!

Do I Need A Scaffolding Permit?

A scaffolding permit is required where the scaffolding unit will be erected on or over a public highway. This includes pavements and footpaths.

If your unsure of what scaffolding you think you might need, please contact us.

Can Scaffolding Be Used On Uneven Ground?

In most cases, uneven ground does not cause a problem for scaffolding.
The system can be designed in such a way using precise measurements to ensure that the top of the scaffolding unit and the surfaces on which people stand or place their equipment are completely level and safe.