Do you need to hire cherry pickers?
If you need to perform tasks that are located high up without easy access, such as on the outside of a tall building, on a street light, up a telegraph pole or up a tree, then your safest and easiest choice might be to employ a cherry picker. If using ladders is unsafe or impractical then cherry pickers can be used instead. A cherry picker, or basket crane, boom lift, hydraladder, elevated work platform or man lift, is basically a hydraulic lift with an attached bucket that holds the person doing the work. Normally cherry pickers are mounted on vehicles such as flat bed trucks, which allows them to be manoeuvred into place wherever they are needed for added flexibility.
What sorts of jobs can cherry pickers be used for?
Cherry pickers have many different uses. Originally they were designed for picking high hanging fruit in orchards, but are now used for tasks such as maintenance work on lamp posts, telegraph poles, or high up on tall buildings. They can even be used to install decorations and lights for occasions such as Christmas parades and other public events. Essentially, they are utilised for those tasks that are too tall for a step ladder but not tall or extensive enough for a crane.
Where can you hire cherry pickers from?
Supplying cherry pickers, scissor lifts and all other varieties of elevated work platforms to customers over the whole country Altitude Access are the only company that you need. Able to offer a complete service including sales, hire, servicing, repairs, maintenance, safety inspections and even training you how to use the equipment, Altitude Access really can do it all. For more information, visit the Altitude Access website at www.altitudeaccess.co.uk
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