To deliver the best results and optimal safety to all our clients who require support scaffolding, we only make use of top quality scaffolding materials and equipment. We provide this regardless of the size or complexity of your project.
Our support scaffolds are constructed with high-grade aluminium tubes and fittings. The foundation of the scaffold structure is typically a solid steel platform which enhances the resilience and stability of the scaffolding. We can provide you with a pre-designed support scaffold, or provide you with a custom one that is tailored to the unique needs of your project.
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The quality and integrity of the support scaffolding erected for your project is crucial because support scaffolds need to be able to bear the heavy weight of workers, equipment, and construction materials at height. You need experienced and reputable professionals like us who specialise in setting up and reinforcing support scaffolding to carry great weights and stand firm in any conditions.
Our support scaffolds are resilient and durable enough to last for as long as you need them and regardless of how high up you need them. You can always trust our team for support scaffolding of sound structural integrity and the design of which is in line with all industry standards and best practices.
With our years of experience operating as a reputable and customer-oriented scaffolding firm in Brighton, we are available to deliver:
- fast and efficient construction of scaffolding,
- swift and safe dismantling of support scaffolding at your convenience,
- full site support, and more
Contact us today for a comprehensive support scaffolding design, erection and dismantling in Brighton for your commercial or private needs.
Professional Support Scaffolders in Brighton
For exceptional support scaffolding solutions that matches your project’s needs and requirements, Ace Scaffolding is at your service.
Our support scaffolding solutions are available to both domestic and commercial clients in Brighton. Rest assured that when working with us, you will be in the care of highly qualified and experienced scaffolding specialists from start to finish.
Our team of scaffolding experts is made up of CITB trained professionals. Each one is directly employed by us and we never outsource any part of erecting, dismantling or maintaining scaffolding. Every aspect of the erection and dismantling process is closely supervised and this ensures safety, quality, and that the service you need is perfectly delivered.
To ensure all our clients get a scaffolding solution that is a perfect fit for their needs, we perform site surveys and ask the important questions. This provides all the relevant information needed to provide you with a fully personalised support scaffolding service.
Our team is also available for emergency scaffolding needs in Brighton. Regardless the hour or day, you can reach out to us for fast response emergency services.
Most important, every aspect of our support scaffolding service is available at some of the most competitive prices you will find in Brighton. You can get a free, no obligation quote over the phone today.
In the event that you are uncertain about whether you need support scaffolding in Brighton, you can also call us for a free consultation and survey. We are always available to partner with you and provide all the support needed for your commercial or domestic project in or around Brighton.
Support Scaffolding Services we Offer
There are various aspects to our support scaffolding services. You can call on us at any point of your project to deliver the specific support scaffold service needed to facilitate successful completion of your project. Stages of support scaffolding construction that you can call us for include:
Planning and Design
Before planning and design begins, we will first carry out a comprehensive site survey of where you need scaffolding. During the survey, we will assess all potential safety risks, as well as project requirements.
The information from this will enable us execute planning and design that prevents wasting of time, materials and money, minimises risk, and ensures best results.
We have the experience and expertise to accommodate all of the specifications and requirements of your unique project. This includes adding extras such as temporary roofing, rubbish chutes, ramps, hoists, sheeting, runways, fencing, and anything else where necessary.
If a design is already in place, we can execute it by commencing erection of the scaffolding. We will arrange for supply of materials to your site and promptly begin work to complete the scaffolding erection within your time frame. We have a track record of consistent delivery of reliable and safe installation services to match the needs and specifications of our clients. We are also flexible enough to adapt our services to match the changing demands of your project as it progresses.
Dismantling and After Sales
After installation, we will visit your site on a regular basis, and/or per your request to inspect and maintain the installed scaffolding. This ensures its integrity and optimal functionality for the duration of your project.
Once your project is completed or you no longer need support scaffolding, you can reach out to us for dismantling. We can arrive to dismantle as fast as required. Dismantling requires just as much care and expertise as erecting so we work with the safety of our staff, your property, and evrything else on your site in mind.
We make sure to adhere to all best practices and industry standards from start to finish of any scaffolding project.
Other aspects of our range of comprehensive support scaffolding services include:
- Onsite support
- Shoring up and propping up
- Towers and formwork
- Pro-active safety support
We are available to deliver the best support scaffolding solutions regardless of whether you are a homeowner, business, or local authority. We welcome enquiries at any time regardless of whether your project is in Hangleton, Kemptown, Moulsecoomb, Hove, Hanover, Aldrington, or any other part of Brighton.
Whatever your scaffolding needs may be, contact us today to discuss your requirements and arrange for a full survey and quotation.
How much is Support Scaffolding in Brighton?
In our years serving contractors and property owners in Brighton, we have acquired a reputation for delivering excellent scaffolding solutions at extremely competitive prices without compromising on quality. You can rely on us for scaffolding to facilitate your project that will last for as long as you need it.
In all projects, our highly trained and experienced scaffolders always make use of the best materials from leading manufacturers to deliver scaffolding solutions that are a perfect fit and guarantee safety, maximum functionality and all round best results.
Our support scaffolding services are unique, not just because of their quality, convenience, safety, or speed of delivery, but also their affordability. We ensure affordability because it is essential in helping our clients get the quality and quantity of service they need without spending more than necessary.
We can provide you with a free, no-obligation quote which will accurately reveal how much the scaffolding for your project will cost. We guarantee that the quote provided will be honest and accurate, and will be delivered quickly.
We can provide you with an accurate and friendly quote regardless of the size, complexity, or location of your project in Brighton. Simply contact us with details concerning your project, such as:
- Length and height of the requested scaffolding.
- Number of scaffolding lifts required
- Size of the site
- If beams are needed for bridging certain obstacles
- Duration scaffolding will be used.
- Location of property where scaffolding will be erected.
- If scaffolding erection will require a council license or permit.
We will get back to you with a free, no-obligation quote. Alternatively, we can send an expert from our team to visit your project site for a survey after which a quote with a competitive price will be provided.
To discover how customer friendly our prices are, get a quote from us right here through our quick contact form or give us a call!
Why Choose Us?
We won’t neglect you after installing support scaffolding. We will stand by you from start to finish by providing needed support after scaffolding has been set up. We will also provide regular ongoing inspections to ensure safety as well as customer satisfaction.
Once you are finished, with the support scaffolding, just give us a call and we’ll be there at your convenience for quick dismantling. During dismantling, our scaffolders will show the utmost respect for your property and prevent damage to work done.
To discover more about how Ace Scaffolding Brighton can take your project to new heights, give us a call today for a friendly chat.
Yes, as long as the needed permits have been received and proper safety precautions are in place. If you want a scaffold erected on a main road, we will put sufficient safety measures in place, including lights to ensure the scaffolding is clearly visible to approaching vehicles. A local authority street licence will also be applied for and acquired by us on your behalf.
I am worried that someone will use the scaffold to break into my home. What can be done to prevent unauthorised access to the scaffold?
We can install an alarm system on the scaffold that will sound during unauthorised use. The scaffold in such a scenario is typically alarmed at first floor level and activated for protection after work hours. For tighter security, the access ladders will be taken from ground level and locked away after work hours every day.
Scaffolding should regularly be checked to confirm its structural integrity and safety. Regular inspections of scaffolds ensure that it is safe for use and doesn’t pose a danger to anyone. Inspections are especially necessary if the scaffolding has been moved or altered in any way. It is also ideal to have it inspected if it has been exposed to heavy rain, wind, snow or other adverse weather conditions.
We recommend that your scaffolding be inspected at least once a week to ensure its safety and security.
Our scaffolding services are of the highest standards and check all the safety boxes. We operate in line with all industry best practices and are fully insured to minimise the risk to person and property.
As experienced specialists, we can confidently say things rarely go wrong while serving our clients. In the unlikely event that our operations damage your roof or other parts of your property, know that we will act professionally and work with you to have the damage rectified. When the unexpected occurs, we will step up and do the right thing.
Ladders are an option, but the truth is they don’t offer as much flexibility or stability as scaffolding. Scaffolding has a more stable base compared to ladders, which makes it far safer and less likely to slip or fall over.
Also, you can get more work done faster with scaffolding thanks to the fact that the platform offers a larger area to work. With a ladder, you would have to move it frequently to cover only a small area, which makes it inconvenient, time consuming and labour intensive. Also, unlike ladders that require another party to hold them in place, scaffolds can firmly stand on their own.
How long it will take to erect your scaffolding will depend on its size, the site, materials to be used, and other factors. We can provide you with an accurate estimate regarding time after you provide us with relevant details concerning the scaffolding you require.
With us, getting the scaffolding you need when you need it is easy. Simply give us a call and we will send over a specialist to survey your site. After talking to you about your project and understanding your requirements, we can provide you a detailed quote. Once that’s done, we will mobilise to have your scaffolding set up where and when you need it in Brighton.
Gardens may be affected by the installation of scaffolding, especially if the ground is soft. But our team is trained to fulfil their duties with sufficient care to minimise risk of damage to all parts of client property. You can trust us to respect your premises and do our best to avoid or minimise damage, depending on the circumstances.
Due to our qualifications and years of experience, we are regarded as scaffolding experts in Brighton. Some of our qualifications and certifications include:
- All Ace Scaffolding workers are CISRS Scaffolder card holders
- Confined spaces certificates
- IPAF certificate which indicates we are certified to make use of powered access equipment
- We hold CISRS advanced scaffolding certificate
- We possess CISRS Scaffolding part 2 which qualifies us to set up, modify and dismantle any type of scaffolding structure
If you notice someone suspicious or someone who doesn’t belong on your scaffolding, promptly talk to the onsite foreman about it. If it’s after working hours, please contact the police.
This depends on insurance policy and insurer covering your home. To confirm if your insurer effectively covers your home against scaffolding damage, you will need to speak to your insurer. When the time comes to inform your insurance company, we will provide you with all the details and specifications required concerning the to-be erected scaffold.
Safety is an essential part of how we deliver our services. We make use of an advanced guard rail system or our workers wear safety harnesses to prevent accidents such as falls while erecting scaffolding. In some instances, a combination of both may be used.
We advise that you always hire scaffolding specialists so that you can be certain of your scaffolding’s safety and reliability. This is important because working at height comes with potentially fatal risks. By working with scaffolding experts, the risks are greatly mitigated.
The ideal scaffolding for a project, tube or system, will depend on various factors. Because we are experienced professionals, you can rest assured that the type of scaffolding that makes a perfect fit for your project will always be used.
We have at our disposal a fleet of different vehicles which gives us access to all parts of Brighton where you may need scaffolding. Rest assured that regardless of your location, we have a suitable vehicle to get us there and provide the scaffolding services you need.
A CISRS card is proof that a person has received formal training and passed the relevant assessments required to become a certified scaffolder. Said training would have been provided by industry-approved training providers. Our team members all possess CISRS cards. When your scaffolding is erected by a CISRS card carrier, you can enjoy greater peace of mind with the scaffolding’s safety and efficiency.
After you have completed your project and let us know, we will immediately arrange to have the scaffolding dismantled and taken down. This is to ensure that you can begin enjoying the improvements made to your property.
In the unlikely event something goes wrong with your scaffolding, it is covered. We have public liability insurance to the value of £10 million.
You can have the scaffolding for as long as you need. We will discuss how long you expect the project to take with you before we start so that we can provide you with an accurate scaffold hire rate.
There’s no need to pay to have scaffolding removed as our hire rate already covers the cost of scaffold removal.
Your presence onsite isn’t necessary as long as we can gain access to where you would like to have the scaffolding erected. But if we can’t, it will be best if you are around to let us in.
Quality scaffolding is typically made of steel or aluminium. Aluminium scaffolding is ideal for short term use, while steel scaffolding is more suited to projects that will take longer and will involve heavier use. But bear in mind that steel scaffolding costs more and takes longer to set up.
Aluminium is lightweight, less expensive and easy to erect. But if your project is going to take a long time and will be labour intensive, then steel will be a better choice because of its sturdiness and resilience.
We are available for free scaffolding consultations. It’s important that you get scaffolding that’s a perfect fit for your needs, as using the incorrect scaffolding can lead to a waste of money and time. We can provide you with professional guidance to ensure you get the right kind of scaffolding for your project and any other expert insight you may need.
We wouldn’t recommend removing or altering scaffolding yourself. Attempting to alter or dismantle scaffolding can be dangerous in a number of ways especially if you don’t have the right tools or skill set. The terms of our service also stipulate that all alterations must be carried out by an Ace Scaffolding technician to ensure safety and make sure insurance cover isn’t voided.
A licence or permit is usually only required if the scaffolding will be on or extend to a public pavement or highway. In such a scenario, we will apply for and acquire the necessary permits on your behalf.
We can provide you with scaffolding that is safe and secure regardless of the state of the ground. We are able to deliver such scaffolding thanks to adjustable vertical components that can tackle and compensate for uneven, sloping, or rugged ground.
If you are worried about the ground scaffolding will be erected on, please contact us to arrange for a site survey and to satisfactorily settle all your concerns.
Once installed, scaffolding should be inspected on a regular basis. Inspection also needs to be done immediately after scaffolding has been modified or moved to ensure its structural integrity and safety. If installed scaffolding has also been in adverse weather such as high winds, heavy rain or snow, a thorough inspection afterwards is advisable.
You can arrange for us to inspect scaffolding as often as you like, but we typically perform thorough inspections once a week to ensure the safety of workers on your site and your project.
You could try, but we don’t advise it. Scaffolding erection requires specialised skills, experience, and tools. Attempting to erect scaffolding without any of these places you, the property, and everyone on the property at great risk. Instead of undertaking the risky endeavour of erecting scaffolding yourself, contact Ace Scaffolding Brighton – the scaffolding specialists you can trust for safe scaffolding.
Information About Brighton
- Ace Scaffolding offers Scaffold Support Hire in Brighton, East Sussex, a large town located in South East England.
- Brighton is part of the City of Brighton and Hove forms part of the greater Brighton and Hove built-up area, a Unitary Authority in Sussex.
- A variety of businesses including Ace Scaffolding make East Sussex and Brighton their home.
- Brighton used to be called Brighthelmstone.
- Commonly used nicknames include Blightey & Brighthelmstone.
- Incorporating a number of villages and settlements, Brighton’s boundary now includes Aldrington, Old Steine, Bevendean, Black Rock, Brunswick, Coldean and Hangleton.
- Ace Scaffolding’s Scaffold Support Hire area in the City of Brighton and Hove also includes Mile Oak, Moulsecoomb, Hollingbury, Hollingdean and Hove.
- Other service areas of Ace Scaffolding in Brighton, Sussex encompass Rottingdean, Portslade-by-Sea, Patcham, Saltdean and Ovingdean,
- as well as Brighton and Hove’s outer urban areas Westdene, Woodingdean, West Blatchington and Withdean.
- Last in order of mention, Ace Scaffolding’s Scaffold Support Hire cover the Brighton Municipality along with Stanmer, Bear Road area and Brighton Marina.
- Brighton is administer by the BN postcode area.
- The University of Brighton and Sussex University are famous through out the United Kingdom.
- Queen’s Park, Brighton and Preston Park, Brighton are most notable parks in Brighton and known through out England.
- Integral major roads in Brighton are the A27 road and the A23 road.
- Bordering to the West of town of Brighton and Hove is Sompting, Worthing, Southwick, Shoreham, Littlehampton and Lancing.
- The town of Brighton is bordered by Lewes, Burgess Hill and Peacehaven to the East.
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- Scaffolding Hire in Hollingbury
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- Scaffolding Hire in Withdean
- Scaffolding Hire in Patcham