How is Scaffolding Designed?

How is Scaffolding Designed-min

Scaffolding is a temporary structure that allows workers such as electricians like www.richtekelectrical.com.au and painters access to a building enabling them to work on parts that would be out of reach without it. Many different kinds of buildings need scaffolding and it can also be needed for maintenance and cleaning a structure such as a clock tower or large statue that would otherwise be impossible to get to.

There are six main components in most scaffolding: –

    • Standards or uprights – upright posts that support the rest of the structure and transfer the load to the ground or a lower level. The legs stand on base plates that help to spread the load and give stability.
    • Ledgers – connect the standards together. They are fixed in a horizontal position and are often hollow tubing.

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    Pros and Cons of Sliding Windows

    There are many different styles of windows, but one of the latest is the sliding window. Not that it is exactly new, but many years ago it was not an option at all, as timber was the main building material for windows and was used for holding window glass in the various styles that were available. Sliding windows depend on aluminium for the tracks to slide them along; if it was timber the material would wear quickly or warp in the weather and make sliding them open or shut impossible. If you are wondering what kind of windows are best for your new home, here are some pros and cons of sliding windows. Note, these are sliding windows with aluminium surrounds.

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