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Chapple Scaffolding

Chapple Scaffolding established in 2000 and based in Amesbury, Nr Salisbury, Wiltshire, Chapple Scaffolding are a traditional, family-run scaffolding company, providing high quality scaffolds and exceptional customer service for all our clients.

Servicing, Wiltshire and the Hampshire area, Chapple Scaffolding provides competitively priced access solutions for commercial and domestic properties.

We are full members of Constructionline and CHAS (The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) which means we are fully committed to maintaining the highest standards of work as well as meeting required health and safety standards.

At Chapple Scaffolding, our goal is to provide you with a safe, professional service of the highest level no matter how big or small the project may be. If you are searching for a reliable and professional scaffolding company, we will meet and exceed your expectations.

Chapple Scaffolding

Commercial Project

Chapple Scaffolding has worked on the barn conversion at Grateley in Hampshire, the barn had to be completely covered with a temporary roof allowing the workmen to work inside so as to protect the structure from the elements. Another superb job by Chapple Scaffolding.

Unless a scaffold is a basic configuration described in recognised guidance e.g. NASC Technical Guidance TG20 for tube and fitting scaffolds or manufacturers’ guidance for system scaffolds, the scaffold should be designed by calculation, by a competent person, to ensure it will have adequate strength and stability.All scaffolding should be erected, dismantled and altered in accordance with either NASC guidance document SG4 for tube and fitting scaffolds or the manufacturers’ erection guide for system scaffolds.For scaffolds that fall outside the scope of ‘Basic Scaffolds’ as described in bullet point 1, the design information should describe the sequence and methods to be adopted when erecting, dismantling and altering the scaffold, if this is not covered by published guidance as detailed in bullet point 2.Any proposed modifications or alterations outside a generally recognised standard configuration should be designed by a competent person.

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