When we think of scaffolding we often picture large scaffolding structures erected outside of construction projects and buildings, as this is what we are used to seeing when we wander around cities and towns. However, scaffolding can also be used indoors for a variety of purposes and applications. In this blog, we are going to take a look at what those uses for indoor scaffolding are. Here is our brief list of indoor uses for scaffolding.
Uses of Indoor Scaffolding
- Theatre shows
- Art Galleries
- Home / Office or Commercial Renovations
Theatre sets often use scaffolding towers to help construct a magnificent backdrop for the actors, a new world to take the audience to or an interesting set and scenery to create. Production designers will use creativity to transform the front of the towers into an impressive set-piece.
To showcase art exhibits, often art galleries use scaffolding creatively to place different artwork at varying heights, especially in larger spaces. This makes it visually interesting for visitors to look at as they journey through the gallery. Utilising different heights has many different purposes, but the most beneficial is the varied customer experience it provides.
Home / Office or Commercial Renovations
If your house, office or commercial premises is undergoing renovations, then indoor scaffolding may be used to assist builders. Indoor scaffolding allows workers to carry out tasks at varying heights, and safety is of paramount importance. Any scaffolding that is erected indoors must facilitate good working conditions and be an environment that ensures work can be carried out safely and to a good standard.
Contact Safeway Scaffolding
If you need domestic, commercial or bespoke scaffolding services, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with our team here at Safeway Scaffolding by calling 01675 465 593 or through filling out our online contact form, and we’ll be in touch.