Scarlett Grace in Scalby, Scarborough
Posted on 29th July 2017 at 19:32
Adam Smith, an excellent carpenter in Scarborough needed to work at height safely on one of his jobs in Scalby village. He needed to replace some rotten wood on a gable end of a house which entailed cutting out the old rotten wood before replacing it with new oak on this listed building. He didn’t want to use scaffolding as this was a straight forward and relatively quick job for him so decided on a cherrypicker for speed and security.
He came to High Reaching Solutions through recommendation and after we surveyed the site we suggested that Scarlett Grace, our Platform Basket 13.80 Hybrid tracked spider would be the ‘lady’ of choice. Her light weight, easy manoeuvrability and quiet lithium batteries would be ideal in this peaceful village location. The house he was working on is opposite a local landmark, a K6 telephone box, newly refurbished by local decorating company J.W. Decorating - Scarborough which now contains a Defibrillator instead of a phone, great idea to conserve heritage and benefit the local community at the same time.
Throughout the day Scarlett Grace performed very professionally, Adam was pleased with how easy she was to use. She also attracted the attention of local people as they were unaware of how such a small cherry picker could do so much and so quietly.
If Scarlett Grace or one of her bigger sisters can help you with a project then please do contact High Reaching Solutions.
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