When erecting temporary roofs we prefer to use the UBIX system. This system allows safe installation by feeding the sheeting through runners from the scaffold on either side of the structure.
The majority of temporary roofs are put together in sections on the ground and then lifted into place via a crane. Not only does this reduce the amount of working at height, but is also a speedier and more cost effective approach.
An encapsulation of the sides then gives a watertight finish to the structure. Work can then continue through all seasons without fear of any stoppages due to inclement weather.
We stock a large number of alloy beams both at 450 mm and 750 mm for use in creating temporary roofs This gives us the most cost effective approach to covering varying sizes of span.
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