What is the need for scaffolding in your company?
The simplest method of calculating the profitability of the scaffolding is to determine how many days a year we use the scaffolding. Then we set the space that the structure is to occupy. Thanks to this, we know how big it will be. It is known that the larger the scaffolding, the higher the costs of both rental and purchase. It happens that the scaffolding must cover the entire building, but sometimes we only need one wall. The weather conditions outside and the working environment, such as the ground and surroundings, are also important. All of this can add to the overall rental and purchase cost due to the added security.
Having all these data, especially numerical ones, i.e. the time of work on the scaffolding and its area, we can calculate the daily cost of renting the scaffolding, but also how it translates into purchasing issues. So it may turn out that even with a one-off, but long project, it will be cheaper to buy the scaffolding.