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You’ll find the best Scaffolders near you on Bark. Start your search and get free quotes today! 

First time looking for a Scaffolder and not sure where to start? Let us do the legwork for you. Tell us about your project and we’ll send you a list of the top Scaffolders in South London to review. Whether you’re looking for quotes or you want to speak to some local professionals, we’ll connect you with the best Scaffolders for the job. 

There’s no pressure to hire, so you can compare profiles, read previous reviews and ask for more information before you make your decision. 

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The average price of a Scaffolder in South London is £600

Scaffolding can be a risky business, which is why any worker putting up scaffolding should be competent and trained in how to erect, alter and dismantle that exact scaffolding type. The work should always be carried out under the direction of an experienced and qualified supervisor. Failure to do so could result in serious, or even fatal, injury.

As scaffolding involves working at height, safety should always be of primary importance. When getting scaffolding erected, make sure it’s thoroughly inspected by a competent and qualified worker before it is first used and then every seven days thereafter. Don’t cut corners when it comes to assessing the safety of your scaffolding - it could seriously damage property, (or in the very worst case - lives) if you don’t.

Scaffolding needs to be hard-wearing, so only the sturdiest of materials will do! Steel and aluminium are the most common materials, with aluminium being slightly more expensive as it’s more durable than steel. Which is why if you need scaffolding for a long period you should always opt for aluminium, while it’s a bigger upfront investment, it’ll save you money in the long run.

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