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Narrow scaffold tower Hire

Sometimes our standard sized scaffold towers at 950mm wide are too big for our customers projects. That’s why here at Lakeside-Hire, we stock a wide variety of scaffold towers to suit different tasks.

No matter the job, speak to one of our trained advisors and they will be happy to help you find the right tower.

Here are some narrow scaffold tower hire options available in your area for next day delivery.

Narrow 750mm scaffold tower hire

Is 950mm still too wide? We have limited stock of our narrow width 750mm wide frames. It comes as a climber frame system. The platform can always be placed in the perfect working height for the project you’re working on.

Scaffold Tower Hire

Scaffold Tower Hire

From only £33 / week

  • Easy to use and assemble, colour coded components and instructions
  • Available next day delivery, London and nationwide

Narrowest 600mm scaffold tower

For our narrowest tower try the stair tower. It comes in a 600mm wide frame so it can even be used in a domestic stairwell. This can be used either on a stairway or as a standard tower. But keep in mind it can only used up to 2.2m platform height for a 4.2m working height.

Alloy Stair Tower Hire

Alloy Stair Scaffold Tower Hire

From only £71.50 / week

  • Overall width 760mm
  • Compact & Lightweight

Indoor room mate 775mm scaffold tower

Interior decorating can present problems when it comes to choosing the right equipment for the job because it is so important to have flexibility in a confined environment. Therefore our Room Mate scaffold towers are another great hire option when working at height indoors.

Room Mate Scaffold Tower Hire

Room Mate Scaffold Tower Hire

From only £27.50 / week

  • Small, lightweight scaffold tower with the same safety features as our Boss towers
  • 775mm wide – fits through standard doorways & corridors

If you’re looking to do some repairs or painting on a high building, you may need to get a scaffold tower. But how do you know if you need a narrow tower? And where can you find the best company to hire a scaffold tower?

Look no further, and we’re here to help. With our equipment and advice, you’ll be able to complete your project quickly and safely.

When You Need A Narrow Scaffold Tower?

Whether working in a confined space or a little awkward building site, scaffold towers offer the perfect solution for your needs.

You can use them in the following situations:

1. Working In Area With Limited Space

If you’re working in an area with limited space, a narrow width scaffold tower can allow you to access the work area without taking up a lot of space. This type of scaffold tower is perfect for projects that require a higher level of precision, such as painting or repairs.

2. Working In Confined Spaces

A narrow scaffold tower is essential if you are working in a confined space, such as a trench or manhole. By law, you must use a scaffold tower when working in confined spaces to ensure your safety. Also, they’re easy to move around depending on the platform height requirements.

3. When You Need To Save Time

Narrow scaffold towers are quick and easy to set up, so if you need to save time on your project, they are the perfect solution. They can also be dismantled quickly and easily, so you can move them to another location if necessary.

4. When You Need To Save Money

Narrow scaffold towers are cheaper than traditional scaffolding, so if you need to save money on your project, they are the ideal solution. They are also easier to transport and store, so you can save money on hiring costs.

5. When Safety Is Paramount

If safety is your main concern, a narrow scaffold tower is the best option. By law, all scaffold towers must be made from robust materials, meet safety standards and be regularly inspected. Narrow scaffold towers are also less likely to topple over in high winds, so you can be confident that you and your workers will be safe.

6. When You Need To Use Both Hands

Sometimes you need both hands to get the job done. If that’s the case, then a scaffold tower will be a better option than a ladder. Ladders can be challenging when you need both hands, but scaffold towers provide an ideal platform for working with both hands.

7. When You’re Working On Narrow Alleyway

A scaffold tower can be the best option when working in a narrow alleyway or other tight space. Ladders can be challenging to manoeuvre in tight spaces, but scaffold towers are designed for easy manoeuvrability.

Why Choose Lakeside-Hire For Your Narrow Tower Hire?

There are many reasons to choose Lakeside-Hire for your narrow access tower hire. We have a wide range of most popular products available for hire, and our prices are competitive. We also offer a delivery and set-up service, so you can be sure that your tower will be installed safely and securely as per the instruction manual.

We have a team of experienced engineers who can advise you on the best type of access towers for your needs, and we offer a free site survey to assess your specific requirements. We also offer an installation service to be confident that your tower will be installed correctly.

Also, we offer a range of accessories to accompany your towers, such as ladders and platforms, which can make working at height safer and more accessible.

So, if you’re looking for a reliable, professional and competitively priced company to hire a tower from, then look no further than Lakeside-Hire. Contact us today to discuss your specific requirements.

Why Choose Lakeside-Hire for your narrow tower hire?

Concerned that hired equipment might not be up to scratch? You needn’t worry – every piece of equipment is thoroughly checked every time it returns from a job and all the equipment meets Health and Safety rules and regulations. We pride ourselves on exceeding your expectations with every narrow tower hire.

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