5* Rated Scaffolders in Norwich, Norfolk
Are you looking for trusted scaffolding services in Norwich or elsewhere in Norfolk? Look no further than the Norwich Scaffolders. The top scaffolding firm for a range of scaffolding jobs across the Norfolk area
THE scaffolding company in Norwich, Norfolk
We’re Norwich Scaffolders, a Norwich based Scaffolding company with over 10 years of experience with commercial, industrial and domestic scaffolding projects. Despite being located in Norwich, we carry out scaffolding work across Norfolk as well as scaffolding in Norwich. We offer a wide range of scaffolding services to a wide range of clients covering scaffolding jobs of all sizes.
We’re proud to have a reputation for fair quotes, quality workmanship, incredible punctuality and top-notch communication. Members of our team have a wealth of experience within the scaffolding industry having completed jobs for satisfied customers across the region of Norfolk. It’s this experience in itself that means we can cater for scaffolding jobs both big and small across the region.
You could find yourself in need of scaffolding for many reasons. A few common reasons include if you’re having any outside renovation work done at height including rendering, restoration of any storm or fire damage to your property or even for painting the outside of your house. And if so you will require scaffolding services in Norwich. And when that time comes you should choose Norwich Scaffolding.
It’s because of our attention to detail with our scaffolding and our customer service that we see satisfied clients from Norwich and across Norfolk returning to use our services again and again.
Why choose Norwich Scaffolders?
⭐️ Top rated
💡 Years of experience
👍 Safety is paramount
✅ Fully regulated
The different types of clients that we cater for
As well as providing services to commercial clients and the construction industry we also provide and erect scaffolding for homeowners across the county. Common reasons for homeowners needing scaffolding erecting including repairs to roofing and guttering, the repointing of chimneys, the replacement of windows just to name a few. If you require scaffolding due to an extension or other forms of work on your home we can recommend other trades and services to help you. Whether it be a Norwich skip hire company or trusty electricians we can help!
First time using scaffolding?
If you are going to be navigating the scaffolding and it’s your first time you need to ensure that you take all the safety precautions that you can. As well as providing and erecting the scaffolding equipment our team are here to answer any questions or alleviate any concerns you might have about how to use the scaffolding once we have set it up for you. We are more than happy to provide all the impartial and professional advice we can about using your scaffolding no matter what size of the project it is concerning.
Here at Norwich Scaffolding also offer risk assessments before the erection of scaffolding on your property or premises in Norwich to ensure that all of the healthy and safety standards required of us are strictly adhered to so you know that the scaffolding that you’re going to be navigating has ticked all the boxes it needs to be as safe as possible after we’re carried out the erection of the scaffolding work in Norwich. It’s also important to note that the erection of our scaffolds are independently checked to ensure that they are safe to use.
If your scaffolder wants to erect scaffolding within your property’s boundaries there is no need for a licence or planning permission. However, if any part of the scaffolding needs to go on the pavement or the road outside your property your scaffolder must request a license from your local council. We recommend that you always check with your local council before erecting scaffolding.
Scaffolding is undoubtedly safer than using ladders. This is due to its stable square or triangular bases and the fact it sits perfectly to the ground. On the other hand, ladders are simply propped against walls so they’re not as safe. On top of this, scaffolding offers a larger work area rather than a small, somewhat unreliable single step on a ladder. Ladders also require another pair of hands to try to stabilise the ladder. This isn’t required with scaffolding meaning fewer hands are required to get the job done.