Creative Uses for Scaffolding

Scaffolding can serve many purposes. On a standard construction job site, it is used as a secure means of support staff and materials. It also provides a safety measure, with handrails, strong base structures, and anti-slip materials. But some clients don’t use our products on job sites. Some clients find more creative uses for our scaffold materials and we’d like to take an opportunity to share their ingenuity.

Boat Repair

Repairing and painting a yacht is a big job, there’s no way around it. When you can’t figure out how to reach something, not much is going to get done. So, what does our client do? They get creative and order scaffolding to help them reach. In fact, the framing here allows the yacht repair staff to access all the exterior areas of the yacht in a safe and secure manner, much like it would at a job site, but most job sites don’t float away when you’re done with them.

Shoreline Work

Yachts are a lot of fun, but maybe not the best thing for getting work done. This boat is for working! Our client got creative with their own boat and secured a few scaffolding setups. This allows them to get their shoreline or bridgework done much more effectively (and inexpensively) than other methods.

Interior Remodel

Remodels with vaulted ceilings can require some extra assistance, whether they be in the form of ladders or scaffolding. We just love that this client wasn’t deterred and called us to help accommodate their very small needs. One setup? We can absolutely do that, no job is too big or too small. Oh, and you need something customized? Sure, here’s a safe and secure rolling tower design. Working safely when doing home repairs should be as much of a priority as it is on a job site. Kudos to this homeowner!

Any Ideas?

Have you seen any creative uses for scaffolding that we’ve missed? Send us some ideas. Have a creative idea of your own? Call us and we get you the materials you need. Oh and if you just have a job site that needs materials, we can handle that too.

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