We work directly with individual householders and management companies, as well as local authorities, housing associations and construction companies.
Our services include relatively straightforward scaffolding, access towers, gantries, shoring, temporary roofing and edge protection. These enable house painting, extensions, chimney stack or roof repairs, through to more complex structures on large housing developments.
Whatever the size of project you can rely on us to be punctual, polite and tidy.
Our commercial clients range from supermarkets to office blocks and facilities managers to shop fitters.
We understand that any disruption during trading hours can cause disorder and downtime for you and your client. That is why we’ll recommend we work outside of your normal working hours – and of course you can rest assured our team will be fast, efficient and responsive.
Industrial clients include factories, power plants and heavy industry. Projects vary from enabling ongoing maintenance work to supporting major refurbishments and construction.
We have the full range of scaffolding for industrial applications including access towers, birdcages, edge protection, gantries and temporary roofing, together with comprehensive supporting equipment. We also offer full scaffold design drawings. We are happy to work out of hours to minimise disruption.
Special projects demand a respectful approach and specialist skills. Eyre Scaffolding has a depth and breadth of experience in providing bespoke scaffolding and related services for historical and Listed buildings including churches, grand houses and architectural landmarks.
We are also well versed in providing support scaffolding – for example to hold landslips or to stabilise buildings.
Other specialist items you may require include birdcage scaffolding, gantries, sign-mounting, edge protection systems and handrails. We can offer the full range of support.
Our UBIX temporary roof systems are designed using specialist software and are backed up with calculations from our design engineer. A temporary roof can protect any building or construction, from a simple roof to complete encapsulation for renovation.