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    Capping a chimney

    Roofers

    Do you need to put scaffolding up to cap a chimney on a terrace house?

    Asked by Ian on 14th Jan 2022
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    Bruiners roofing

    "Yes you do in order work in a safe and efficient manner"

    Answered on 17th Jan 2022 - Member since Jan 2022 - report
    S W Builders

    "Hi,

    Some chimneys cann be capped by ladders, dependent on access."

    Answered on 17th Jan 2022 - Member since Jan 2022 - report
    WEATHERGUARD ROOFING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

    "Yes, I would highly recommend it as working at height is very dangerous. Anything could fall off and be in danger to a member of the public."

    Answered on 17th Jan 2022 - Member since Nov 2019 - report
    AA Roofing & heating

    "No all you need is a long ladder and it should be ok to cap it at least if it’s a 3 story’s high"

    Answered on 17th Jan 2022 - Member since Nov 2016 - report
    R.E Roofing & Property Maintenance

    "No if it’s not free stories and if it’s okay access with cat ladder to your roof"

    Answered on 17th Jan 2022 - Member since Feb 2017 - report
    Coastline Roofing ltd

    "Depends on the height of the chimney if lower enough job can be done using
    a cat ladder"

    Answered on 17th Jan 2022 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    D.R Roofing & Building

    "It all depends on how high the chimney is it’s a Chimney is really how are you have to put scaffolding up"

    Answered on 17th Jan 2022 - Member since Jul 2021 - report
    S. B. Height Solutions

    "No. Other methods such as rope access can be used as a safe way to work at height"

    Answered on 17th Jan 2022 - Member since Mar 2021 - report
    DP ROOFING SERVICES

    "No, not at all. As long as the workers feel safe to do the job"

    Answered on 17th Jan 2022 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    JL-Brothers-Roofing

    "Depends to the roofing contractor you hire. Some choose to use scaffold only. I personally have done it with both the scaffold and ladders."

    Answered on 17th Jan 2022 - Member since Mar 2021 - report

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