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STRUCTURAL SHORING RENTAL NYC

WHAT IS STRUCTURAL SHORING?

When a structure is being built, the earth needs to be supported. This can either happen through excavation or shoring-up procedures which will prevent any chance at mishaps from happening during construction by keeping everything stable and secure within its own limits. Shorings are most often used in early stages when there's still lots of room for improvement on site; but it doesn't stop here! We also provide this service if you're having trouble with your retaining wall not staying up due meet regulations etc

WHY CALL US FOR YOUR SHORING RWNTAL NEEDS?

United Hoist & Scaffolding has completed many significant structural shoring projects throughout the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut area. We are experts in our field with an extensive inventory to choose from for any project type you may need assistance for - be it commercial or residential! Our experience at UHSC ensures that safety remains paramount during every job by implementing safe working conditions which facilitates strict OSHA compliance programs. These programs are offered exclusively by us so your workforce can maintain the highest safety standards in the industry

DIFFERENT TYPES OF SHORING WE RENT

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DEAD SHORING

These shores provide a system of beams and posts that can support both weight from buildings as well as transfer it down to ground level. To install these, builders cut holes into walls for vertical props or girders which are braced against one another at their tops with needles stuck horizontally through them so they stand out horizontally above what is being built upon - leaving enough space between these Props & Wails (the terms used interchangeably) yet close enough but not too far apart either way, since you want workers passing through easily but also keeping any shaking away if there should be any earthquakes or other hazardous conditions that may make the project unstable!

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FLYING SHORING

The flying shoring technique is a unique and innovative way to brace an unstable building. This method uses shores that don't touch the ground, but rather span in midair the widths between walls you're propping up with steel construction cleats as support structures along each side of your strut or shore-- secured only at points where it touches down onto plates mounted on either interior wall surface (exterior ones may also be used). Inclined struts gain extra strength from needles placed atop them which bear weight while they angle upward towards another horizontal network point; this helps stiffen out any inclined surfaces so there's less risk for collapse under pressure during heavy snowfall seasons.

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RAKE SHORING

In order to make the most of a small space, builders have developed an innovative technique that reduces cost and provides temporary support for unsafe walls. Known as inclined shores or raking seas (depending on local conditions), this construction varies with different types of sites but always involves fixing plates against your unwanted structure using hooks attached at both ends while securing them in place by means like 10 cm long needles which penetrate inside its thicknesses about 8 inches deep - these are reinforced even further after being set into position via wooden cleats placed near their tops so they may bear more weight before failing under pressure from extreme winds events

Our professional staff is available now to help you plan your shoring project from start to finish. To request pricing, please call us at 718-786-3338 or fill out our quote request form.