What You Should Look Out For in a Commercial Scaffolding Company

Posted on: 10 July 2020

Taken at face value, there is not a great deal of difference between a domestic scaffolding company and one providing commercial scaffolding services. Indeed, many such businesses exist that cater to the needs of both commercial property owners as well as homeowners in Australia. That said, not every domestic scaffolding company can offer the types of specialised industrial scaffolding services that businesses might need. Therefore, when you are hiring a commercial scaffolding firm, you should look out for the following traits before making your final decision. In other words, what makes good commercial scaffolding companies stand out from the crowd?

Scaffolding Techniques

Although modern steel poles are now commonplace for scaffolding structures across the globe, erecting temporary platforms around the outsides of buildings has been done for a couple thousand years. In such a long period, various techniques have been developed. Of course, in residential settings, scaffolding companies don't need more than a few of these techniques. After all, they rarely need to build a scaffold any higher than the third storey. More advanced techniques tend to be used when there is a taller building, a curved structure or an overhang. Any good commercial scaffolding firm you are considering hiring should have a portfolio of past projects they can show which demonstrates a range of these advanced methods.

Health and Safety

Any firm that has employees who work from high heights should have the necessary training in place to ensure a safe working environment for all. If you need maintenance work done on your corporate headquarters, for instance, then you will want your scaffold erected safely, of course. Furthermore, you will also need it to be completely safe for repair operatives to use after it has been put up. Remember that this may mean being exposed to high winds. Always check the health and safety record of any commercial scaffolding company as a part of your due diligence.

Manpower

It is important to add that companies offering industrial scaffolding services need to have the right resources. Often, a team of three or four is all that is needed to put up a scaffold in a domestic situation – even when the property is quite large. For commercial scaffolding, you may need multiple teams working simultaneously, especially if you have more than one property that you are working on at the same time. The ability to upscale at short notice is a key part of what makes a commercial scaffolding services company stand out.

To learn more, contact a company that offers commercial scaffolding services.

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