I wanted to create a ceiling interior that is similar to the picture to the left. Then, I scouted for all the materials, tools and step-by-step directions I will need to make it happen. Planning to do things on my own and at my own phase, I thought a step ladder would be enough for the elevation I need. While it can get me high enough, it can’t provide the space I need for myself to work comfortably plus the things I will need for the project. Then, I bought a portable scaffold. Ever since I discovered the wonder of this tool, I ended up doing other tasks first than finishing my interior ceiling design. I managed to:
- repaint our walls
- fix the light wirings in out bedroom
- replace our rotten cupboards in the kitchen
Portable scaffolds are easy to set-up because they already come in a collapsible frame. This frame can be adjusted to the height you need depending on the measurements of the area you will be working. Should you need them wider, you would simply need to add tubes side ward. As for storage, they can be easily folded and stored in the basement or in a narrow space in between two wall cabinets or big pieces of furniture. You need not carry them in place because they have wheels or casters for mobility.