SIDEWALK SHED RENTAL NYC
WHAT ARE SIDEWALK SHEDS?
Sidewalk sheds are a common sight in NY, NJ and CT area and for good reason. They serve as an extra layer of protection to pedestrians who may not see danger coming their way from above while entering and exiting their business or dwelling. Regulations regarding these safety structures first came into effect back during 1979 after 18 year old college student Grace Gold died due to being hit by a piece of brick that fell off a building near Columbia University.
WHEN DO YOU NEED TO RENT A SIDEWALK SHED?
When construction work is at a height of 40 feet or higher, the New York City Department of Buildings requires sidewalk sheds. The New York City Building Code requires buildings taller than 100 feet to install a sidewalk shed that extends 20 feet beyond the building—even if it crosses over a property line. For shorter structures, - five foot extensions must be implemented during exterior repair projects as well! The majority (around 90%) NYC buildings rise well above 25-40 ft high - meaning most projects require special permits & licenses
SIDEWALK SHED SERVICES NY, NJ, CT.
WHY CALL US FOR YOUR SIDEWALK SHED RENTAL NEEDS?
UHSC offers the quickest and easiest sidewalk shed rentals in NYC! Look no further than United Hoisting and Scaffolding Co.! Our experienced crew can have your shed up and ready in no time, without sacrificing quality. Our sheds are constructed with the most durable and strong steel and aluminum available, ensuring maximum productivity and safety. Plus, our team is always happy to listen to customer suggestions and cater to their needs as much as possible. So if you're in need of a safe, sturdy sidewalk shed, look no further than UHSC! We provide every type of scaffold imaginable, so you can be sure we have the perfect solution for your needs. Contact us today to get started!
Our professional staff is available now to help you plan your sidewalk shed needs from start to finish. To request pricing, please call us at 718-786-3338 or fill out our quote request form.