Dismantling and After Sales
When you are looking to hire a scaffolding company it is easy to concentrate on what they can do for you with regards to getting your scaffolding constructed efficiently and up as safely as possible. Of course these are both factors that are good to keep in mind when making your decision, but they aren’t the only things you should be considering when it comes to local scaffolding hire.
When your building project is completed the last thing you want is scaffolding left up for weeks on end with no practical purpose or benefit at all. Having scaffolding up alongside a building can be a disruption – although you probably don’t mind this when it is actually being used. Before you look at hiring a scaffolding company speak to them about their dismantling procedure and how quickly you can expect it to be gone once your project is finished.
When you are reading up on any scaffolding company reviews you are thinking of hiring make sure you look at what their after sales procedure is like. It is all well and good a company being fantastic before they get your sale and you sign up with them, but you also want to make sure that they are just as supportive once they have your custom.
Be sure to speak to the company about their after sales process and even what guarantees they offer on your project. The way they answer these questions should give you an idea of how much they can be relied on too!
When Things Go Wrong
No one wants to think about their project going wrong, but it is something that you should think about. Have a look on the website to see if the scaffolding company you have chosen have a complaints procedure in place – in case you need it. It can also be a good idea to speak to them about project deadlines and what guarantees they offer that they will be able to match the dates you need for your scaffolding installation and dismantling and if they offer any soft of compensation should this not go to plan.