South Wales Support Scaffolding
The historic buildings of South Wales are an important part of the region’s heritage and their preservation, when left in the expert hands of construction industry specialists, helps to protect the area’s unique characteristics and undeniable charm.
There are around 380 listed buildings in the counties of Glamorgan and Monmouthshire, of which 300 are designated as grade II and 80 are categorised as grade I, and many of these historic monuments will require regular maintenance work to prevent them from falling into disrepair. Those requiring restoration work to be performed on old or unstable buildings, facilitated via the use of temporary support structures, should get in contact with Steve’s Scaffolding.
Support scaffolding maintains structural integrity during building maintenance.
Preservation work on a building may require the temporary removal of supporting elements, such as the post-and-beam components found in traditional timber framing, which increases the likelihood of a partial or complete building collapse.
The erection of supporting scaffolding, acting as a temporary replacement for load-bearing elements, helps to maintain the structural integrity of a building during restoration or alteration procedures. Steve’s Scaffolding, providing support scaffolding in South Wales for a range of maintenance projects, possess the relevant knowledge and experience to install the best temporary support structures to ensure buildings remain standing during conservation projects.