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Are You A Construction Contractor? Why You Need Portable Scaffolding

Construction & Contractors Blog

If you're a construction contractor who is planning to start working on multi-story buildings it's essential for you to have scaffolding. Good, strong scaffolding lets you reach those higher levels with ease so you can work on top-floor window damage, roofs, and so much more. Traditional scaffolding is erected when needed and taken down once the job is completed. Portable scaffolding offers a number of benefits that you just can't find with the more stationary version. Keep reading to find out what they are.

Portable Scaffolding Makes Moving A Breeze

Just about anything that is on top of wheels is going to be much easier to move and manipulate than the same item that doesn't have the wheels. Think about the office chair that you may have at home. Isn't it extremely convenient to roll around a room in the chair, grabbing items as you need them without even having to get out of the seat? This is the same kind of convenience you can expect to experience when you choose portable scaffolding.

The wheels that are on the bottom of the scaffolding are known as casters. Each caster has a small, wrench-like lock attached to it. When you engage the lock, it secures the scaffolding in place so you won't have to worry about it budging when you're on top of the device getting your job done. If you need to move to another part of the building, there won't be any reason for you to disassemble the scaffolding. This is time-consuming and cuts into your production flow. Simply disengage the lock, and you can wheel the scaffolding around to the next part of the structure that you need to work on.

Adjustability Adds To Your Convenience

Not having to worry about adding extra layers to the scaffolding after you've already gotten it up is a huge convenience. Traditional scaffolding requires careful measurements because if you fail to purchase enough material to make the scaffold high enough, it's going to take more work to head over to the store for more wood planks, screws and bolts to make it taller. Adjustable scaffolding has a minimum and maximum height already built into it. You can use the crank that is typically affixed to the side of the scaffold to quickly get the scaffold up to its full height.

Portable scaffolding is a wonderful device that should definitely be in your toolbox. 

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15 June 2018