The fast and safe way when working at height is using premium quality Butlin aluminium mobile scaffold 2m. For this reason, used by many in the construction industry by a wide range of trades. Including, builders, carpenters, electricians, plasterers, painters and plumbers. In fact, many home handymen and DIYers are now preferring to use mobile scaffold towers instead of ladders. Furthermore, scaffolding provides a more secure, larger and stable working platform for workers, tools and materials. Allowing construction tasks to be carried out comfortably and without risk of falling.
Butlin mobile scaffold towers are an essential tool when working at height. Lightweight with 4 swivel castors and easy to relocate to multiple work areas. With a one-piece folding frame and working platform, working at heights is fast and easy to set up. This certainly is an ideal working at height solution. Buy or hire aluminium mobile scaffolds 2m today with confidence knowing Butlin products are safe, built to last and guaranteed for life. Purchase a base unit and when required add extension kits 3m & 4m.
Offering a broad range of mobile scaffold sizes that exceed Australian Scaffold safety standards classifications. Above all, Butlin mobile scaffolds are certified to Australian Standards and Work Cover / Work Safe approved.
Tradespeople on construction sites erect and dismantle restricted height mobile scaffolds to complete height work tasks. Restricted height means scaffolding with a working platform up to four metres. Which generally is enough for working at heights on a single storey house. This could be installing eaves, fascia and gutter, cleaning gutters, painting walls, ceilings and accessing a roof etc. Therefore, restricted height scaffolding can be set up by anyone up to 4m, if they have been trained to do the job properly.
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