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Old 08-11-2010, 08:50 PM   #1
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Anyone have some staging/scaffold you would like to rent to me?

Prefer the 5' high ladder type, but the standard 6' would work too.

Need 4 maybe 6 sections w/wheels a jacks if possible.

This is for an interior job. Would need it for 4 days or so.


I looked on CL to purchase some, but they seems to be either really proud of it or it's old masonry scaffold and has concrete all over it
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Anyone have some staging/scaffold you would like to rent to me?

Prefer the 5' high ladder type, but the standard 6' would work too.

Need 4 maybe 6 sections w/wheels a jacks if possible.

This is for an interior job. Would need it for 4 days or so.


I looked on CL to purchase some, but they seems to be either really proud of it or it's old masonry scaffold and has concrete all over it
If you don't need it for more than two weeks it's best to just rent it. Remember if you buy it you will have to find a place to store it and it takes up room.
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If you have to buy some call united rental and ask if they have some they want to sell. A lot of renal yards are downsizing because not as many people are renting them.
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If you have to buy some call united rental and ask if they have some they want to sell. A lot of renal yards are downsizing because not as many people are renting them.
John, Will do if I don't find some here to rent.
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dont you have a rental yard?

Let me do that for you
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I just think it was cool he was trying to rent the equipment from a fellow painter rather than a yard. Big ups; we keep the money in the family. Thinner is thicker than blood. You wouldn't think so, but it is.
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Did you just discover that? That's like so last year
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I just think it was cool he was trying to rent the equipment from a fellow painter rather than a yard. Big ups; we keep the money in the family. Thinner is thicker than blood. You wouldn't think so, but it is.
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I just think it was cool he was trying to rent the equipment from a fellow painter rather than a yard. Big ups; we keep the money in the family. Thinner is thicker than blood. You wouldn't think so, but it is.
You got it! I'd rather give money to another painter here on the board than a rental yard.

Could also do the job with a 22' step ladder, but I ain't climbing that sucker! Haha!
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Sorry man, I didn't read it right. I thought you wanted to buy.
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VanDamme.. I've got one of these sitting in my garage. Yer welcome to use it for free if it'll help ya out.
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Anyone have some staging/scaffold you would like to rent to me?

Prefer the 5' high ladder type, but the standard 6' would work too.

Need 4 maybe 6 sections w/wheels a jacks if possible.

This is for an interior job. Would need it for 4 days or so.


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Sorry man..I just reread your post & didn't realize you needed REAL scaffolding.. lol. This is all I got but the offers still good.
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Sorry man..I just reread your post & didn't realize you needed REAL scaffolding.. lol. This is all I got but the offers still good.
Thank you! Appreciate the offer!

I need to get up around the 15' level so I think I need full size staging.

This is for a big, open living room w/a 22' ceiling with a fan in the middle and can lights that are too far from the walls for me to cut around with an extension ladder. I'm going to lay masonite over the HW floor and roll some staging around.

If you're not busy and want a few days work, shoot me a PM
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Nope, I woulda been there already if i was. just playing with the family, we all got thinner running through our veins right.
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Nope, I woulda been there already if i was. just playing with the family, we all got thinner running through our veins right.
I went green! I have zero voc running through my veins
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If you don't need it for more than two weeks it's best to just rent it. Remember if you buy it you will have to find a place to store it and it takes up room.
After scanning Craigs List for a week or so.....and not finding what I needed....I decided to rent. It's only $152.00 per week for 4 sections, planked both levels and jacks and wheels.

I start tomorrow. I'll snap some pictures.
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After scanning Craigs List for a week or so.....and not finding what I needed....I decided to rent. It's only $152.00 per week for 4 sections, planked both levels and jacks and wheels.

I start tomorrow. I'll snap some pictures.
Thats pretty good price, where are you renting from? Did you get the insurance so if anyone steels some?
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Thats pretty good price, where are you renting from? Did you get the insurance so if anyone steels some?
United Rentals. No insurance since it will be in a living room........a big living room.
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