Ace Scaffolding Eastbourne offers some of the best rates for scaffolding hire in Eastbourne, East Sussex. We deliver quick turnaround for scaffolding tenders and hire quotations for refurbishment projects and new build constructions. You can get in touch with us by calling our scaffolding experts on 01323 315033, at any time of the day and find out more about scaffolding cost or to get a free scaffolding estimate.
Before you hire scaffolding, let’s discuss some of the elements that influence the cost of scaffolding, the different kinds of scaffolding available and average size estimates for scaffolding.
What is scaffolding?
Scaffolding is a temporary structure, built using steel poles that are erected horizontally and vertically in a similar manner as a giant Meccano set would be – then laid down using wooden walking boards – access ladders and handrails are incorporated as standards that deliver easy access to all the levels of the scaffold.
Scaffolding systems are versatile and can be designed for use in narrow spaces or areas where reach by servicemen is almost impossible for example, around chimneys.
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Why do you need scaffolding?
According to the current health and safety legislation in the UK, it is now mandated tradesmen use scaffolding platforms for access when working at height. This means, the use of ladders is only approved only legal for quick jobs – for long project work at heights, scaffolding is now the legal requirement.
So, for jobs like exterior painting of external walls, replacement of windows and fascia, roofing work, chimney restoration and so on, scaffolding is mandatory. Whether you intend to construct a new build or renovate your existing building, you will need an access platform to reach the higher parts of your building or the roof, especially if you intend to paint the eaves, work on your chimney or replace roof tiles.
This is where scaffolding comes in. To help you safely get the job done, scaffolding needs to be erected or hired. When you use scaffolding systems, you get access to hard to reach areas. In addition, scaffolding allows your professionals conduct work quickly and in a more efficient manner, which saves money and time.
Scaffolding is especially useful when heavy materials, such as mortar bricks, have to be used during construction work. Materials can be stockpiled on the scaffolding before work begins, so trips up and down the structure are reduced.
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How does scaffolding work?
Scaffolds are built using metal poles that are erected with some poles vertically and with some poles erected horizontally. Wooden plank walkways are then laid on these poles -this is referred to as lifts or levels.If your project needs multiple levels or lifts, then more walking boards or horizontal poles are added -this increases the price of the equipment and the scaffold erection takes longer.
For most scaffolds, access ladders and safety handrails are a standard. Scaffolds are erected by scaffolding professionals, who have the equipment to tackle obstacles that could affect the safe use of the scaffold. Most modern scaffold systems are versatile and can be used in areas where it is impossible to reach, or narrow spaces like around chimneys.
What are the common uses for scaffold?
Because of the current amendment to health and safety legislation in the UK, tradespeople now have to use scaffold platforms and access equipment for all kinds of work at height project – prolonged use of ladders is now restricted.
So, for situations where it is impossible to reach positions or for work in hard to reach areas, scaffolding platforms or towers will now be the norm.
Generally, scaffolding is used to prevent accidents from occurring during construction, decoration, and renovation work at height.
Scaffolding is the current health and safety standard for working at height because it is one of the safest high working access platforms.
Can anyone erect scaffolding?
Scaffolding should be erected, designed and dismantled by only skilled and qualified scaffolders, under the supervision of health and safety advisers. This is as stipulated by the work at height regulations of 2005. Scaffolding structures, erected by untrained individuals will void the insurance. So, before hiring a scaffolding company, please ensure that they have the relevant experience and are highly trained.
What is the cost of hiring scaffolding in Eastbourne, East Sussex?
The cost of our scaffolding equipment and services will be dependent on a couple of things. As a guide, for small independent projects, our prices start from £XXX. Because we are dedicated to being the best scaffolding company, we offer low-cost scaffolding rates to our commercial, and domestic clients alike, providing convenient and fast, no obligation scaffolding service quotes on request.
How is the cost of scaffolding hire calculated?
Typically, scaffolding is usually hired for a fixed period (often four weeks), with an additional rent fee charged weekly following the fixed period. For larger jobs, the chances are you will have to pay additional rent, if your project takes longer than you anticipated.
What are the elements that influence the price of scaffolding hire?
The precise cost of scaffolding will vary per projects but generally, the price of scaffolding hire is affected by specific factors. Some of those factors that influence scaffolding hire quote include:
- The number of scaffold lifts needed.
- The height and length of the scaffolding structure.
- The number of scaffold lifts that need boarding out
- Whether a scaffolding pavement licence will be necessary and how much it costs (this varies between local councils).
- The location of the site where the scaffolding needs to be erected.
- If beams will be necessary for bridging certain obstacles.
- Special access equipment or design work required
It is also important to note that the cost of scaffolding hire will increase the longer the scaffolding system stays in place. We recommend you only have scaffolding erected when you are ready to begin your project. It is best practice to choose a scaffolding company that can deliver scaffolding quickly, and that you book your scaffolding in advance whenever possible. The goal is for you not to have to pay for scaffolding that is not being used.
What information should you put down when requesting scaffolding hire?
When you are requesting for a scaffolding quote, we recommend that you fill in as much detail as possible. For example, the size of the area where the scaffolding is erected, the kind of projects – rental property refurbishments, building extension, new house build and so on. Don’t forget to include site photographs, if it will come in handy. When you give us this information, we can provide a more accurate quote and detailed price breakdown for the scaffolding cost for your project. Please note, we are also willing to provide free site visits before drawing up a quote for you.
What are the types of scaffolding and services available for hire?
- General scaffolding dismantling and erection
- Exterior scaffolding
- Interior scaffolding
- Temporary scaffolds
- Rubbish chutes
- Loading bays
- Edge protection handrails
- Conservatory scaffolds
- Chimney stacks scaffolds
- Crash decks/birdcage platforms
- Independent scaffold
- Tower scaffold
- Access scaffolds
We can deliver these scaffolding services for either residential, commercial or industrial projects. If you would like help, selecting a solution that would be a perfect fit for your project, please call us today for a free consultation.
What kind of scaffolding do I need?
If you do not know what scaffolding you need for your projects, our professionals are waiting to provide you with a free consultation service at any point during your project, to ensure you have everything necessary to keep your tradespeople safe.
We will work with you to help you understand what you scaffolding hire requirements are – be it access scaffolding, traditional scaffolding, internal scaffolding and so on – we will offer you our professional advice. At Ace Scaffolding Eastbourne, we love working with our clients to tackle the challenges they face, providing then with scaffolding solutions that help solve their project problems.
As our client, you will benefit from the broad range of solutions, we can deliver to handle whatever size of project you have. Regardless of how complex your requirements are, we can meet them. As leading scaffolding contractors in Eastbourne, East Sussex, we always try to provide the best quality of service to our clients, above and beyond expectations.
Will I need to get permits for scaffolding?
For some places in Eastbourne, East Sussex, you are required to get permits before having a scaffolding system erected. It is the responsibility of your scaffolding company to get the relevant permits for you. If your scaffolding company is reluctant to do so, then we recommend you reevaluate your choice.
So, we’ve covered the basics of scaffolding, let’s move on to scaffolding cost estimates for future projects. We are willing to provide you with free scaffolding estimates in person or online. For a lot of projects, metal scaffolding that comes with wooden boards are the industry standard.
Take a look through our gallery to see previous scaffolding projects. If you see something similar to what you need to do we can talk through the different cost implications of the project so you can get an idea of what goes into the cost of scaffolding for a project like yours. The questions below will also help you understand the cost of scaffolding. The best way to price up your scaffolding is to call us on 01323 315 033.
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With 10 years of experience, we have a wealth of knowledge on the erection and dismantling of scaffolding systems. We have worked on all kinds of industrial, commercial and industrial scaffolding projects.
At Ace Scaffolding Eastbourne, we go to great lengths to ensure that all scaffolding erections are undertaken with passion and care, ensuring the health and safety of our clients
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We deliver friendly and fast scaffolding hire services to our clients professionally, at at very reasonable prices.
With our competitively priced scaffolding in Sussex, you get exceptional value for money on hire, supply, erection and additional scaffolding services.
We have built a reputation for providing efficient, reliable and safety first scaffolding services to our clients in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Much of our business comes from word of mouth referrals, which speaks volumes about the quality of our scaffolding workers and scaffolding equipment.
Ace Scaffolding Eastbourne is a CITB registered company and accredited SSIP members. We are also proud members of the NASC and are scaffolding Association audited members.
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As a leading scaffolding company in Eastbourne, East Sussex, Ace Scaffolding Eastbourne is can deliver quality scaffolding services and scaffolding equipment hire. We are committed to providing affordable scaffolding solutions for your local projects.
Our scaffolders are fully trained and deliver excellent service that matches the highest scaffolding industry standard.
We are proud of the competitiveness of our prices and the quality of scaffolding that we provide. To begin working with our scaffolding company in Eastbourne, please call 01323 315 033 or reach us via email at info@Ace Scaffolding Eastbourne.com
If you need urgent delivery, please send us an email and we’ll do our best to meet your request. Alternatively, you can come pick up your goods at our scaffolding depot in Eastbourne, East Sussex.
The delivery cost is influenced by the size of the order, length and weight. It is also influenced by postcode. We calculate the cheapest delivery option for you and provide a transparent scaffolding delivery price. We are based in Eastbourne, so we are hard to beat when it comes to delivering scaffolding in Sussex.