Meet those deadlines — and stay dry!


Imagine being able to build in a dry environment at all times of the year!
Imagine being able to regularly meet construction deadlines with ease.

Imagine the time and cost savings to your business thanks to the above.
Imagine no more! South Pacific Scaffolding Ltd (SPSL) has the solution — the German-manufactured Kedar temporary roof system.

For the past three years, SPSL has been covering work sites for clients with cost-effective, weather-resistant, temporary roof and wall systems that can be erected without craneage in a variety of locations.

The system can be built in duo pitch (20%) or mono pitch in bays 2.57m wide, with spans of up to 18m available.
The system comes with wall tracks that can be attached to a scaffold, providing wall protection up to 12m high.
The system’s flexibility has impressed clients, resulting in a high demand for the product. 

The company offers the service on a design, erect and dismantle “full service” basis.
All scaffolds and temporary roof and wall cladding systems are erected by SPSL team members who have “advanced tickets” and hold Site Safe NZ construction passports.
All work is undertaken to the highest standards, on time, and to best practice scaffolding guidelines.
SPSL is a privately-owned New Zealand company established in 1993 to provide quality scaffolding services for the residential and commercial sectors.

What they said about Kedar — and SPSL . . .

“APS are involved in re-construction and waterproofing. We have used the Kedar roof system on high profile jobs such as the Auckland Town Hall and the Auckland University.
“These were complex jobs that required a dry environment. The system offered a working environment that satisfied ourselves and the client.”  — Complete Property Services

“Accredited Trades Ltd is proud to be associated with South Pacific Scaffolding.  The Keder roof system provides us with the perfect solution to complete our building projects on time, every time.”  — Accredited Trades Ltd


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