Topic: Re: Roof ladder fab. (pics)
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I think above and beyond anything the safety railings are the most important thing, I have a lot of pipe scaffold and have worked without, but often times put another tier on for the same purpose, its just a much better feeling, to have that railing.
I use 6x6's, though heavy, then 3/4 plywood if I don't want to deal with planks, its way overkill and darned heavy but it does make a nice non deflecting deck, sometimes I really need that too, some of the pipe scaffold and plank I have been on and those plank bend, gives ya the creeps LOL !
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