Scaffolding Frames

Before selecting from the pattern categories above, continue reading and find out what makes a ScaffoldMart frame so tough.

Most signifcantly... we store 100% of our inventory inside. No other competitor we know of does this. They sit their product outside on a yard where they are exposed to the rain and sun. We have 240,000 square foot warehouse where our entire inventory is stored.


"The devil is in the details!"

Grady F Smith Sr.



Instead of pinch welding our scaffolding frame, we take the extra time to cope weld each joint and brace stud, significantly increasing our scaffold frame's overall strength.


We utilize a highly rated AkzoNobel powdercoat for durability and weather resistance.


Our scaffolding frame features a slag-less tube design that allowed us to increase our stackpin diameter, leading to stronger and more rigid towers and sets.

Our galvanized c-locks have recently been upgraded to feature galvanized washers and a stainless steel rolling pins. Also, we increased the length of our c-locks and gravity flip locks tabs, greatly reducing the chance of an accidental flip up that could allow a cross brace or safety rail to fall off.


Our scaffolding frame...

My father ran a five store rental company for over a decade, and understands better than most what makes a durable scaffolding frame, pouring over the details to achieve the highest standards in toughness. All of our products are designed to spec by that same durability expert right here at our offices in Eastern North Carolina. All of our frames are built with this standard in mind, with an attention to detail you won't find elsewhere. You will be hardpressed to find a scaffolding frame with this quality at this price anywhere else in the world.

What do we have in mind when we think of a quality scaffolding frame? Durability, ease of use, economy, and safety; among other things. We have scaffolding frames designed to interchange with three major patterns: 

BilJax, Safway, Waco

We sell in these established patterns because they have historically been the most common in the steel frame scaffolding industry. Smaller manufacturers never changed the patterns much, because it would have been a huge cost to the client who already carried an established pattern.

Most of our scaffolding frames are BilJax pattern, which is what my father carried in the rental days. They are our yellow frames. We also carry Safway pattern in blue, and Waco pattern in red.

*We do not have scaffold frames for sale manufactured by these companies, all frames we sell are our frames, built in our factory and stocked on our line. We believe in many ways our scaffold frames are better than the originals.