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SimpLee Scaffolding - Frequently Asked Questions

We have put together a list of questions we are most frequently asked, if you do not find your question answered on this page please contact us.

  1. Do you do street works?
  2. Do you cover insurance work?
  3. What distance do you travel?
  4. Do you cover industrial works?
  5. Do you have public liability insurance?
  6. How high do you go?
  7. Do you do temporary roofs?
  8. Do you take on building site work?
  9. Do you do small works?


Q Do you do street works?

We have a very good relationship with the surrounding county councils and can obtain pavement licenses with ease.

Q Do you cover insurance work?

Yes we do from the unfortunate home owner to the large businesses around the country.

Q What distance do you travel?

We cover a large area from local Bedford and Milton Keynes ranging out across the home counties but never ruling out traveling further a field with men staying away.

Q Do you cover industrial works?

We've helped a number of large factories with tasks such as extensions and building works, hard to reach maintenance and edge protection around roofs.

Q Do you have public liability insurance?

We are fully insured up to 10 million and thankfully have never had to call on it.

Q How high do you go?

There are no limits really as our scaffolders are fully trained and stick to strict health and safety polices.

Q Do you do temporary roofs?

We've helped many home owner convert there loft space into a living space while also helping larger companies stay protected from the elements and complete their project on time.

Q Do you take on building site work?

We've completed a number of building site projects ranging from 1 to 2 houses up to 96 with some of these still on going please check our case studies.

Q Do you do small works?

We under take a variety of small works from a tower to unblock a gutter for the home owner to hard to access areas in large wharehouses.