The Price of Access Scaffold Design
How Much Does Access Scaffold Design Cost?
Scaffold design is an essential aspect of construction, providing a safe and sturdy platform for workers to perform their tasks. However, the cost of scaffold design can vary depending on several factors.
The complexity of the scaffold design is one of the most significant factors that influence its cost. A basic scaffold design with a simple structure will be less expensive than a more intricate design that requires specialized components, such as cantilever scaffolds, birdcage scaffolds, or bridging. The more sophisticated the design, the more expensive it will be.
The height and area of the scaffold design are also crucial factors that affect the cost. The higher and larger the surface area of the scaffold design is, the more expensive it will be. This is because the design will require additional components, such as ties, braces, and anchors, to ensure stability and safety.
Working with Node you can expect us to deliver on our 3 principles: Service, Efficiency and Clarity.
Service - We understand that timelines are tight, so we aim to get quotes back to you in 3 working days. On acceptance, initial designs can be expected within 10 working days.
Efficiency - Our Aim to be the Scaffolder's Designers focuses us on build efficiency. We know where your focus is, so we make it our focus.
Clarity - We have looked into our 2D and 3D drawings and made them as clear as we can, removed what was not necessary and kept in only what your need. We believe that that the clarity in our drawings is second to none, they are not overly complicated and therefor easy to understand.
All work is priced and agreed before starting. Any additional work that arises will also be quoted in advance. Where site visits are required, and time restraints allow, we aim to quote and agreed in advance.
A full design brief submission is required for a quotation. This design brief will be the basis for all ongoing work required. If changes are required to design work additional charges are assessed on a project-by-project basis, most minor changes will not lead to additional costs. Any additional costs will be quoted ahead of reworking being completed.
Discounts are available for upfront payments or early payment.