Scaffolding Based in South London
Scaffolding hire, in the wrong hands, is potentially damaging and at its worse, dangerous for all concerned. At Rise Scaffolding, we exceed client expectations in every aspect of our work. From the moment our scaffolding erectors get to a Bromley site, our role is to focus as first pole comes off the lorry. Teamwork, communication and solid manual labour are the cornerstones of all successful scaffolding companies.
Whatever the site restrictions may be, scaffolding should be erected safely and without risk on most surfaces and angles (within reason) anywhere in Bromley and the South East. The CITB training our scaffolding erectors receive points out the pitfalls of miscommunication and mismanagement of scaffold tower building.
By taking health and safety precautions onsite, our scaffolding erectors apply their training to help build constructions that are immediately useable and safe at all times.
Rise Scaffolding’s safe operating procedures and working practices protect the at-height worker as much as they do passers-by in areas such as Bromley. Our scaffolding erectors make sure that the quality of the build is checked and maintained as they go, and they work closely with the other members of your own team to guarantee safety at all times.
From toe guards to internal ladders and from clips to rubbish chutes, we make sure that every piece of the scaffolding is in great condition. If there are any signs of wear and tear on our equipment, it is removed and recycled.
Our solid track record has helped us maintain a high percentage of return custom in Bromley. By employing high-level internal safety guidelines at all times, we can hold our position as one of the leading scaffolding companies in Bromley and the South East.
From the moment we arrive at your Bromley site until we come to dismantle and put the last piece of scaffolding back on our truck, Rise provide commercial, industrial or domestic sites with high-end and safe working methods that promote peace of mind.
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