Throughout our years of providing industrial scaffold services across Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, we have worked on numerous projects that have required creative ways to make the scaffolding as aesthetically pleasing as possible. Luckily there are some great options we often recommend for a variety of projects.
Layher Protect Panels
Layher products are some of the highest quality on the market and their protect panels are no different. They are an ideal fit for those who see site aesthetics as a high priority. Not only do they protect and cover scaffolding, but they are customizable with brand graphics and images. This provides a great opportunity to tell passers by what is being constructed. It could also be a prime promotional opportunity for new businesses or an easy way to share construction timeline messages.
The protect panels also improve site safety. Both for scaffolders during work hours, and in keeping people off outside of working hours. This is a huge benefit for many project managers and at Skyline Scaffold, safety is always our number one priority.
Considering the aesthetics, promotional opportunity and safety benefits of Layher’s protect panels, projects on hospitals, high-end retail stores, airports and transit are just a few that could find these panels an asset.
Scaffold Shrink Wrap
Shrink wrap is another option that allows scaffolding to be hidden and protected. In the past we have used shrink wrap from a number of companies such as Eagle Industries (as shown in the image below). It can be applied very easily and creates a smooth, clean finish.
While many projects opt for the simple, one colour shrink wrap, they can also be customizable. Our project at The Fairmont Hotel in Vancouver is a perfect example of hiding work behind a printed fabric, that mimics the building exterior.
To speak to someone about how we can provide attractive coverings on the range of industrial scaffold services we offer, call or send us a message today. One of our team will get back to you shortly with information on how we can help make your next project both aesthetically pleasing, and, above all – safe. Visit our projects page to find out more about some of our recent work.