Scaffold

#1
Anyone seen these before, found them in an old Refina catalogue and a spread i know has some but dont think refina sell them any more. They are called decking supports.
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church

Well-Known Member
#5
not a bad idea , just need the plant and a decent van size to transport around
 

hollybank

Private Member
#7
We used to use 10 gallon drums and fill them with water on site to keep them steady.
 
#13
lemonade crates best ever and safe
Absolutely we have only got three left now and don’t see them around any more, also have four of the old pilsner crates strong but a bit shorter in height than lemonade crates
 

Vincey

Private Member
#20
Started using caravan steps again now
Think it was James or zombie who bollocked me for using big electrician steps , sometimes I do take on board what the older guys say on here and admit I got into a bad habit with them steps
So thanks lads
 

Rossi46

Private Member
#21
Started using caravan steps again now
Think it was James or zombie who bollocked me for using big electrician steps , sometimes I do take on board what the older guys say on here and admit I got into a bad habit with them steps
So thanks lads
It was me who said you’re mad
 
#22
Started using caravan steps again now
Think it was James or zombie who bollocked me for using big electrician steps , sometimes I do take on board what the older guys say on here and admit I got into a bad habit with them steps
So thanks lads
I have a pair of them steps for stairs or when cutting out a water damaged ceiling I like to get high up to see where cables, pipes are before cutting out boards with a saw.
 

Andy g

Well-Known Member
#23
I have a pair of them steps for stairs or when cutting out a water damaged ceiling I like to get high up to see where cables, pipes are before cutting out boards with a saw.
I have a pair of them steps for tairs or when cutting out a water damaged ceiling I like to get high up to see where cables, pipes are before cutting out boards with a saw.
f**k me, PAUL AND PETER WENT FISHING TO A POND
 
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The Hobo

Well-Known Member
#29
I have a pair of them steps for stairs or when cutting out a water damaged ceiling I like to get high up to see where cables, pipes are before cutting out boards with a saw.
glad to hear some one else worrys abuot whats behind the scenes thought it was just me/