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5 Tips For Storing Your Scaffolding

by Jared Perez

Scaffolding can help make many jobs easier to accomplish, but you might not need it for every project. When your scaffolding isn't in use, consider these tips for keeping it stored.

1. Clean it Off First

At the end of a long, hard day, it can be tempting to put your scaffolding up as-is so that you can head home more quickly. However, taking a minute to clean it off before putting it away can help you prevent rust and can help you otherwise keep it in good shape. Plus, you'll probably be happy when you pull it out and are able to put it to work immediately rather than having to go through a whole cleaning process.

2. Break it Down

Even though you can store your scaffold without breaking it down, this can be tough to do in limited storage space. Therefore, unless you've got a ton of space to waste, take the time to disassemble your scaffolding before you put it away. This can help you maximize the storage space that is available to you so that you can store all of your other equipment and supplies as well.

3. Label Parts

Even if you don't think that you will have a hard time reassembling your scaffolding, it's a good idea to label the different parts so that you will know how to put everything back together. Put small parts, such as screws, in a small bag or container, and attach the bag or container to the rest of the parts. Then, you can help ensure that you don't lose the small parts.

4. Store the Manual Nearby

If you still have the manual for your scaffolding, make sure to store it nearby. Then, you can consult it if you need help with assembling your scaffolding or if you are looking for important information about your scaffolding, such as the weight limit for it.

5. Make Sure It's Easy to Get To

You may work with your scaffolding on a regular basis. If this is the case, then it's important to be able to get to it easily. Make sure that you don't store it behind a bunch of other tools or other items that you don't use regularly. Otherwise, you could find that it's a pain to drag your scaffolding out each time that you need to use it. Instead, consider keeping it against a wall that's easy to access; then, you will not have to worry about it getting mixed in with other equipment and parts, and you should be able to get to it when it's time to go complete a job.

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