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Construction crews are no strangers to precarious heights, which is why your scaffolding systems must comply with the strictest safety standards.

Scaffolding Solutions offers you high-quality suspended scaffolding products that are perfect for your construction site and building project.

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Suspended Scaffolding & Construction Safety

Scaffolding Solutions provides contractors with best-in-class scaffolding equipment and materials, including Bee Access traction hoists. Bee Access is known for the quality of its equipment, and its newest hoist model, the BISOMAC308, is the latest in reliable traction hoist technology, so it’s perfect for any lightweight applications at construction sites.

Reliability

The BISOMAC308 is designed with as few parts as possible, and it’s built from sturdy materials. The advantage here is that wear points are kept to a minimum, making the hoist highly-reliable while maintenance is a breeze.

Weight capacity

Suspended scaffolding systems are designed to handle lightweight applications, so they’re great for transporting personnel and tools to elevated areas. Bee Access products allow for weight capacities of up to 1250 pounds, though the exact number varies by model. As such, it’s important to choose the right hoist and platform materials for your application.

Elevation

For safety reasons, it’s important to ensure that your scaffolding system can handle the heights at your worksite. Swing stage scaffolding is great for working at higher elevations since it’s easy to hoist up or down.

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Reliable Suspended Scaffolding for Construction

When working at height, you need the most reliable equipment available, and Scaffolding Solutions delivers. 

Bee Access hoists

The BISOMAC308 traction hoist offers the following features:

  • Overspeed detection device
  • Manual trip button
  • Emergency descent lever
  • Overload device (on certain models) 

Alongside its solid design and a minimal number of wear parts, the BISOMAC308 offers the highest level of safety and reliability available to construction crews. They are suitable for lightweight applications, such as transporting personnel to the higher points of your construction project and can handle those needs much faster than more fixed scaffolding solutions.

Altrex platforms

The Altrex suspended platforms we use at Scaffolding Solutions are built to be sturdy and reliable. This, plus their modularity, makes them perfect for a wide range of light- to medium-duty construction applications.

Quality construction

Our experience and commitment to safety allow us to provide the highest quality suspended scaffolding available. In addition to the high level of reliability we provide, we also offer quick turnarounds for last-minute needs.

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Choose Scaffolding Solutions for Construction

Whether you’re transporting personnel to elevated work areas or putting the final touches on new construction, we offer reliable solutions that are sure to fit your needs while also complying with all applicable safety standards.

If your construction project requires the use of suspended or swing-stage scaffolding, or if you have any questions, contact us to discuss the options available. We’ll provide you with a system that meets your needs and keeps your crew safe.

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Customer Testimonials

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Andi Lopez
Andi Lopez
17:30 20 Mar 19
Fantastic company
David Bucciarelli
David Bucciarelli
14:26 29 Sep 18
i love the work they did at DC
Matthew Aleman
Matthew Aleman
17:48 27 Jan 18
Great company and innovative scaffolds!
Jose Pietri
Jose Pietri
18:58 10 Nov 17
The best service and competitive pricing!
Diana DuVall
Diana DuVall
21:01 09 Nov 17
I work here
Tony Bullock
Tony Bullock
15:23 09 Jul 17
Scaffolding Solutions... All I can say is "WOW". I was impressed with the professionalism, courtesy and efficiency of the complete experience.
Timmy Willoughby
Timmy Willoughby
14:06 04 May 17