Although we are highly experienced in providing robust and large-scale scaffolding for construction and commercial projects, we are just as happy to accommodate small builds and domestic properties.
Do you have high ceilings that could do with a lick of paint? Perhaps your house is being renovated and requires scaffolding? We can erect all types of scaffolding, tailored to your needs.
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Our scaffolding for all domestic requirements includes:
If you need commercial scaffolding supplied and erected by industry professionals, then Martini Scaffolding Services are here for you. Whether you have a large office block or require tower scaffolding, our services are tailored and personalised completely to your needs.
We are registered with the CISRS (Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme – the biggest scaffold training scheme recognised throughout the UK), so you can rest assured that all health and safety regulations are adhered to by us.
If you are planning to work at height our alloy scaffold towers provide a safe and stable solution.
They are easy to assemble and come with the latest safety features including hand rails and stabilisers and they do not require any specialist equipment to get them up and running.
Standard Rubbish Chute is an ideal way of transferring debris and rubble from the various levels of any building or structure to a builders skip. Installed onto a scaffold or if no scaffold available, a simple ‘H’ frame should be used at a window opening or roof parapet.
Standard Rubbish Chute consists of the following five basic components:
Standard plastic module: This item is the main component of all assemblies. Each unit is 1m effective working length and comes complete with two fixing / support chains.
Steel liner: Designed to fit inside the standard plastic modules and act as a wear sleeve. Steel liners are recommended as additional protection on any installation where the materials being disposed of are particularly abrasive or sharp or at any point where the chute bends or kicks out and may create an impact point, for example where a chute comes away from the building to meet a skip.
Steel top hopper: Only one top hopper is required for each installation and the purpose of this unit is to provide an improved aperture at the point where debris is being placed into the chute to avoid any unnecessary spillage. Once the top section of chute is positioned and secured in place, the top hopper is added.
Plastic side entry hopper: This unit enables the user to construct a multi-entry chute in order that debris can be placed in the chute at various floor levels.
Plastic side entry hopper liner: The item fits inside the hopper and a flap controls the flow of debris from the level above while allowing further debris to be safely added at the lower level.
Aluminium mobile access towers are ideal for decorating, maintenance and general access applications. They can be constructed up to heights of 8.2m free standing, with platform lengths of 1.8m, 2.5m or 3.2m. By adding various elements to your access tower you can bridge conservatories, work on stairs and chimneys. The possibilities are limitless.
Towers should be erected following a safe assembly method. There are two approved methods recommended by PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers' and Manufacturers Association which have been developed in co-operation with the HSE (Health and Safety Executive). A1 Hire have assembly guides and supporting components to allow users to follow either of the two approved methods, which are 3T (Through The Trap) or AGR (Advanced Guardrail) method.
A large part of Martini Scaffolding’s business involves the erection of temporary roof structures as either an addition to an existing scaffold structure or as a stand-alone scaffold structure. Temporary roofs protect a construction project from weather, dust and environment damage.
The design and erection of temporary roofs has changed drastically over the years, with developments in the system scaffolding markets; components such as wider spans are now achievable.
Martini Scaffolding still carry out temporary roofs using the ‘traditional’ corrugated iron sheets but, since the early to mid 1990’s.
Martini Scaffolding maintains a large stock of the Haki system roof, so large covered areas can be erected without the need for intermediate support.