Whiting Scaffolding offer fully professional and reliable Trestle Scaffolding for all Commercial And Domestic Projects. We work to the latest scaffolding guidelines TG:2013. Contact Whiting Scaffolding For An Unbeatable Quote Now.
What Is Trestle Scaffolding?
Trestle scaffolding can be both a versatile and cost-effective type of scaffolding. Trestle scaffolding consists of two sets of horizontal rails or “trestles” connected by vertical posts. The trestles can either be used alone or combined with other types of scaffolding such as cantilever, hanging, or system scaffolding. This type of scaffolding is commonly found on construction sites because it offers excellent stability and flexibility for workers. Trestle scaffolding is also simpler to erect compared to other types of scaffolding, as well as being simple enough to disassemble.
New builds/ Extensions
Timber Frame Development
Solar Panel Installation + more
What Type Of Projects Are Best Suited To Trestle Scaffolding?
Trestle scaffolding is best suited to anyone working on projects that require frequent setup and dismantling, such as construction sites. The easy installation and quick disassembly make it ideal for those who need a safe working platform. It also offers excellent stability and flexibility, making it a great choice for workers who need to move quickly between different locations while still maintaining the same level of safety.
Trestle Scaffolding For All Construction Companies And Builders
If are in need of Trestle Scaffolding, contact Whiting Scaffolding today for an unbeatable quote. We love to work with all people in the construction industry and can make adjustments suited to your needs.
WHY CHOOSE US AS YOUR SCAFFOLDING COMPANY
The Secret ingredient to our success is purely that we are family run – so we have our name on the line, therefore every client’s happiness is mandatory.
Being family run means we don’t have as many overheads as other Scaffolding Companies, THUS we stand as a premium Scaffold company – but without the premium price tag, that’s it.