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NEW LEASE/PURCHASE OPTIONIf you picked up another job, could you afford to hire one more bricklayer?
Of course you could, however...
You can BUY 360 feet of Non-Stop Heavy-Duty (27' high) for the EXACT SAME MONEY - about $3600 a month for three years, no money down, $1 buy-out. (The national average cost for a bricklayer is about $3600 a month.)
Now consider this:
Only 18 bricklayers on 360 feet of Non-Stop will put out the same production as 24 bricklayers on 360 feet of old-fashioned frames.
You just got 6 extra bricklayers for the cost of one!
Pay for one bricklayer for 36 months and you get 6 free bricklayers for the next 20 years. And these are bricklayers that never call in sick, never go to lunch or take breaks, never miss a day because their truck broke down, and never leave early to pick up the kids at school.
Lease/purchase for 36 months and pay $1 at the end and you own the scaffolding. And you can deduct it ALL this year*.
Call us at 800-845-0845 for more info. Most applications are approved in one day.
*In 99.99% of the cases. Check with your CPA.
New to the Concept of Elevating Scaffolding?
Curious why so many contractors near you are going to it? We have compiled some information, what industry calls "white papers," to give you a jump-start.
New Rest Platform
Wednesday, May 01, 2013 2:20pm
NEW REST PLATFORM
OSHA requires you to have a rest platform every 35 feet vertically. The Corps of Engineers is more strict - it varies, though.
This is new accessory that snaps onto the side of a Heavy-Duty or Standard-Duty tower. Does not interfere with climbing.
Click image for larger view.
New Non-Stop Wall Anchoring System
Thursday, Jun 09, 2011 4:19pm
New Non-Stop Wall Anchoring SystemOur regular Wall Tie-In Bracket hooks to an eye-bolt embedded in the veneer, and our customers have always loved pointing up only one small hole when they bring the scaffold down and unscrew the eye-bolt out of the wall.
Some contractors have asked for way to tie the scaffold to the back-up wall, a concrete floor deck, or the steel structure rather than depending on the strength of day-old veneer. Here's our solution:
We use a longer eye-bolt which screws into a new Scaffold Anchor that's fastened to the back-up material.
Call for more info and sizes 800-845-0845.
See it here.
NON-STOP BRIDGE UNIT FOR THE HEAVY-DUTY
Wednesday, Feb 11, 2009 3:59pm
BRIDGE UNIT FOR THE HEAVY-DUTY SCAFFOLDING
Non-Stop's bridge unit for the Heavy-Duty scaffold lets you scaffold over obstructions and leave necessary openings in the wall unblocked. They are absolutely safe, only fit one way (the correct way), and have NEVER collapsed.
See it here.
We've been asked many times why we don't make a 21-foot bridge, or one that can be clamped to a single tower. That practice has caused collapses, injuries, and deaths on other scaffolds.
GET THE FULL STORY HERE.
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