We’re proud to announce we have sold our scaffold ladder guard, the MAC Ladderguard, to 5-star housebuilder Barratt David Wilson Homes.
BDW is the nation’s largest housebuilder, creating great new places to live throughout Britain. Their award-winning status can be backed up by their 2019 achievements alone:
- Housebuilder of the Year at the WhatHouse? Awards 2019
- Large Housebuilder of the Year at the 2019 Housebuilder Awards
- NHBC Pride in the Job campaign 2019: BDW site managers won 84 Quality Awards – more than any other housebuilder for the fifteenth year running
- HBF Customer Satisfaction Survey 2019: BDW is the only major national housebuilder to retain a 5 Star rating for the tenth consecutive year
This proves their dedication to achieving the highest standards and delivering the best results, whilst using only premium products, which is where our latest product comes in.
Our scaffold ladder guard is the ideal deterrent to prevent unauthorised access onto scaffolding sites, whilst complying with HSE guidelines.
– ONE SIZE FITS ALL – It can be secured against both steel and wood ladders.
– Easy to fit, simple installation.
– Includes a one key fits all locking system.
– Prevents unauthorized access to scaffolding on site.
– Robust and Durable.
– It provides peace of mind for security on site.
– Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel.
– Easy to handle with carry handles on each side.
– Allows thorough inspection of the ladder, whilst fitted, due to mesh design.
As a business, we pride ourselves on answering construction industry issues before they’ve even been realised. Our MD said the following on his reasons behind designing this product:
“Preventing unauthorised access to scaffolding on construction sites is crucial, this could be due to the scaffolding being incomplete or even locking of sections or lifts where certain types of work are being carried and the area needs to be restricted.
“Another major problem we come across is unauthorised access by members of the public, clients and contractors have a responsibility to ensure that unauthorised access onto scaffolding is prevented, not just outside working hours, but also at times when workers are present but unauthorised to work in these areas.
“I’ve been on sites with up to 100 live scaffolds all with different padlocks and keys and then we evolved to using combination padlocks, even with this change it was a huge pain point for many site managers and difficult to administrate and that’s one of the main issues I looked to solve when designing our scaffold ladder guard, to solve a problem we are all encountering daily.”