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External Scaffold Hemel Hempstead


External Scaffold in Hemel Hempstead

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Scaffold Staircase


Scaffold Staircase

Safe Access Scaffolding erected a Scaffold Tower to the side of a property in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. This was to provide access for the client to have a roof inspection carried out. Safe Access Scaffolding will not leave ladders from the ground to the first scaffold floor overnight, this is why no ladder is present in the photo gallery below.

Scaffold Tower Hemel Hempstead


Scaffold Tower in Hemel Hempstead

Safe Access Scaffolding erected a Scaffold Tower to the side of a property in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. This was to provide access for the client to have a roof inspection carried out. Safe Access Scaffolding will not leave ladders from the ground to the first scaffold floor overnight, this is why no ladder is present in the photo gallery below.

Progressive Build Scaffolding Potten End


Progressive build scaffolding in Potten End.

Safe Access Scaffolding won the contract to build a five bedroom luxury development new build in Potten End, Hertfordshire. SA Scaffolding were required to visit the site to progressively erect the scaffold upon completion from the bricklayers. An Internal Bridcage was erected for plastering and paintwork to be completed through the entrance way and through to the living space. Additional chimney stacks were also erected to complete the centre stack.

Temporary Roof Scaffolding Kings Langley


Temporary roof scaffolding in Kings Langley.

Safe Access Scaffolding were commissioned to erect a temporary roof structure in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire in the early part of 2012. This temporary roof was used to prevent water damage and weathering to the property whilst its additional work was carried out, and new roof was added. The scaffolding erected also had a plastic sheeting around the scaffold perimeter to prevent water damage.