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4 Different Ways To Use Scaffolding While Renovating Your Home

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Are you planning on doing major renovations to your home? There are many things that can make renovations and repairs easier when you hire professionals, but there are also jobs that you are going to have to do yourself, which may involve ladders and scaffolding. Here are some different ways to use scaffolding for your DIY home improvement projects:

1. Fall Safety and Working Platforms for Roof Repairs and Remodeling

When doing repairs to areas like eaves and roofs, fall safety is important. Sometimes, repairs and improvements can be done right at the edge of the roof. Use scaffolding to create a platform to work off safely when doing roof repairs. If you need to get higher on the roof, you can use roof scaffold jacks that attach to the roof decking to create a safe work-platform on the slope of your roof.

2. Using Scaffolding for Exterior Façade Restoration and Renovation Projects

Scaffolding can also be a good way to do exterior restorations and renovations. If you are removing materials like siding, setup your scaffolding and have the rental dumpster dropped nearby to keep the job clean and throw materials directly in the dumpster to be hauled off. This will reduce cleaning up that needs to be done and the labor of using a wheel barrel to haul the waste to throw in the dumpster.

3. Scaffolding Solutions to Complete Interior Ceiling Remodeling and Design

There are also scaffolding solutions that can be used for various interior projects. If you are doing remodeling to custom ceilings, which can evolve demolishing old materials, using scaffolding will make it easier to take materials out and wheel barrel them out of your home to a dumpster. It will also make it easier to do custom ceiling designs and painting, such as murals and different tones of paint on the finished ceiling.

4. Faster Improvements to Lighting and Mechanical Systems That Are Out Of Reach

Sometimes, the mechanical improvements may be difficult to do because they are out of reach and you must use a step ladder. Using scaffolding and scissor lifts can make it much easier to do improvements like wiring for new lighting or upgrading ductwork that is installed in the ceiling of your home. Scaffolding is more affordable to rent or buy, while renting a scissor lift can be more practical if you need to do work throughout your home.

These are some different ways that you can use scaffolding for your home improvement projects. Contact a residential construction service, like K&A Construction and Consulting Services LLC, for help with larger projects that require extensive scaffolding and work.    


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