SCAFFOLDING RENTAL IN AUCKLAND
HASSLE-FREE SCAFFOLDING RENTAL & INSTALLATION
National Scaffolding NZ provides a full scaffolding rental service, Auckland wide – from design, delivery and installation, to compliance checks and dismantling scaffolding.
NSNZ rents out scaffolding throughout Auckland, short and long term rental:
- Ringlock Scaffolding
- Tube & Clip Scaffolding
- Scaffold Towers
- Scaffold Platforms
- Suspended Scaffolding
- Footpath Sheds & Footpath Bridges
- Rubbish Chutes
Residential & Commercial Scaffolding Rental - Auckland
Whether you need to rent scaffolding for a commercial construction site, an event, or to paint, renovate/repair your home, National Scaffolding NZ provides a full range of modern, safe and certified scaffolding.
From standard frame scaffold towers to complex scaffolding, our team of qualified scaffolding experts design, build and install to the highest safety standards. Hire options include the latest ringlock scaffolding system, which has many benefits compared to other scaffolding systems.
To keep your site safe and secure, NSNZ also has Edge Fall Protection for hire and provides Shrink Wrapping in Auckland.
Installation by SARNZ Certified Scaffolders
For safety and to help you avoid expensive building code violations, National Scaffolding NZ installs and dismantles all our hire scaffolding – making the hire process hassle-free for you.
Our SARNZ certified scaffolders have the training, experience and certifications needed to ensure the scaffolding meets or exceeds industry safety standards and regulations.
Fixed scaffolds are built by our OSH certified erectors and once installed, NSNZ will conduct regular onsite scaffolding compliance checks.
Questions? See our Scaffolding FAQ below or contact National Scaffolding NZ.
FAQ: SCAFFOLDING RENTAL - HIRE & INSTALLATION
NSNZ scaffolding rental prices/Quotes are based on the *Face Meterage (scaffolding area) of the site, and by the site access – e.g. is the site level. If you hire scaffolding from NSNZ, the price includes installation, compliance checks and dismantling.
By calculating the Face Meterage: multiply the length of the face of the site to be accessed, by the required height. NB: Face Meterage must allow for the legal requirements for scaffolding, which vary – e.g. by the height above ground people will be working at.
For building/construction work sites, from *5 metres high; for at any time a person will leave the ground.
Commercial sites: it’s illegal to use ladders to work at height on commercial construction sites, which is why using scaffolding is essential for commercial projects.
For installing scaffolding above 5 metres, the appropriate class of Certificate of Competence is required, for the type of scaffolding being installed. Certificates of Competence are issued by SARNZ (Scaffolding, Access and Rigging Association of New Zealand) and are valid for four years.
No – for safety and to ensure compliance, only our *qualified scaffolders can erect, alter and dismantle NSNZ scaffolding products.
NB: For installing scaffolding above 5 metres, the appropriate class of Certificate of Competence is required, for the type of scaffolding being installed. *Certificates of Competence are issued by SARNZ (Scaffolding, Access and Rigging Association of New Zealand) and are valid for four years.
Site Safe guidelines state that if the job can’t be safely performed without scaffolding, scaffolding must be supplied, however, scaffolding isn’t the only option. Alternatives to ensure a job is carried out safely, include guardrails and in some cases where necessary, harnesses.
Site Safe: ‘Everyone involved in the scaffolding process must have the knowledge and skills to perform the work safely, regardless of the height of the scaffold. You’ll also need the right certification, depending on the situation.
To set up a scaffold under 5 metres, you must be what is called a ‘competent person’. Being competent means you have: The knowledge and skills to carry out a particular task. This could be gained through training, qualification, or experience, or a combination of these.’
Site Safe website: Scaffolds – practical safety advice
The WorkSafe website has in-depth information about the safe design, use, and maintenance of scaffolding – including a free, downloadable PDF:
‘Scaffolding in New Zealand – Best Practice Guidelines’.