There are various types of scaffolding that can be used for chimneys, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.
Packet scaffolding is one of the most popular types of scaffolding for chimneys. It is quick and easy to erect and dismantle, making it ideal for use on smaller jobs. However, it is not as strong or stable as some other types of scaffolding and is not suitable for use on tall chimneys.
Tube and Coupler Scaffolding
Tube and coupler scaffolding is a more heavy-duty type of scaffolding that is suitable for use on taller chimneys. It is made from steel tubes which are connected together using steel couplers. This type of scaffolding is more expensive than packet scaffolding but it is also more stable and secure.
Hanging scaffolding is another option for taller chimneys. It consists of a platform that is suspended from the top of the chimney using ropes or chains. This type of scaffolding can be more difficult to erect and dismantle than other types but it is very strong and stable.
Restricted Access Scaffolding
If access to the chimney is restricted, then a specialised type of scaffolding known as restricted access scaffolding may be required. This type of scaffolding is designed to fit into small spaces and can be used on chimneys where access is limited.
No matter what type of scaffolding you require for your chimney, Bournemouth Scaffolding Pro can provide it for you. We offer a wide range of scaffolding services including design, installation, and hire. Contact us today to find out more.