Pipe scaffolding can be had off craigslist or at auctions sometimes, we have 4 sections but they are different sizes so we only can stack 2 high. It is very handy if you are doing a big job. For only 5 feet high I would look at building your own with rough cut lumber, it may not be all that expensive(provided that it is only for your own use or family/friends, I would not put a hired person on a home-made platform). Ladder jacks are another option if you have enough ladders, they are quicker to set up but to me they do not feel as stable as pipe scaffold, they are safe but they wiggle and shake as the ladders bend. Pump jacks are supposed to be handy but I have never used them myself. Zach
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