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About our scaffolding services

Whether you need a scaffold staircase, tower, steeple or temporary roof scaffold, we can help.

All our scaffolders hold Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme cards/accreditation (CISRS), so you can be confident about our expertise. Once a scaffold is erected, it is tagged detailing safe loadings, issued with a handover certificate and if required by the customer a 7 day scaffold inspection can be scheduled.

Fully insured, with £10m public and employers’ liability insurance.


Providing detailed quotations, risk assessments, method statements and scaffold operative rescue plans.


Looking for scaffolding near Cambridge, Royston, Baldock, Biggleswade, St Neots, Cambourne, Huntingdon, St Ives, Ely, Newmarket, Haverhill, Godmanchester or Saffron Walden? Get in touch.


Scaffolding services


  • Scaffolds: Independent, put-log, Haki, System
  • Scaffold compliant TG20
  • Scaffold work practises SG4-15
  • Scaffold operatives CISRS registered
  • Temporary roof scaffolds, metal, canvas and rollout system
  • Designed loading bays and hoists
  • Bespoke scaffolding for thatching, masonry, and carpentry works
  • Scaffold permit applications







We provide


  • Scaffold hire, erect and dismantle
  • Scaffold towers
  • Scaffold staircases
  • Temporary roof installations
  • Scaffolds for thatchers, roofers , carpenters, masons.

Typical works


  • Construction – commercial and domestic
  • Heritage – churches, colleges and trust estates
  • Local authority housing refurbishment
  • Industrial – including special duty scaffold platforms
  • Domestic – extensions, reroofs, timber frame and new builds
  • Temporary roofs
  • Loading bays, shores, hoist towers

Additional services


We sell second hand scaffold boards. Perfect for raised beds in gardens and allotments, or industrial-style shelving.


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Frequently asked questions

Will I need scaffolding?

Your builder or roofer should conduct a thorough risk assessment when any employees or tradesmen will be working at height. For low-risk, short-duration work, it might be considered safe to use a ladder. The HSE offers guidance that if the task would require a leaning ladder or step ladder for more than 30 minutes at a time, it’s better to consider an alternative. As a roofing and scaffolding company, we find that work can often be done more quickly and efficiently with a scaffold.

Can I put scaffolding on the pavement?

Yes. Though for insurance compliance it’s the responsibility of the builder or scaffolding company to get a licence for any scaffolding they put up on the highway (including the pavement). It’s your responsibility to check they have this legal document, and that it doesn’t run out before the building work is finished.

How do I know the scaffolding is safe?

Ask to see the scaffolder’s Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme (CISRS) card. It has been the industry recognised scaffold training scheme for over 40 years and is the preferred scaffolding qualification of all the major organisations including CSCS, NASC, Build UK and UNITE and the largest scaffold system manufacturers. We believe you should make sure the person leading the job is qualified to at least NVQ Level 2 (it’s on the back of the card) or has an Advanced Scaffolder omitted yellow card.

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