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Kirriemuir Parish Church


Perth scaffolding have recently completed the scaffolding works on this large town church that is now being renovated it was built towards the outskirts of Kirriemuir in 1904, replacing a classical church of 1797 that was destroyed by fire. St Mary’s is built in roughly coursed red sandstone rubble in an Arts and Crafts style. […]


“Another fine job by Perth Scaffolding. Mark and the boys have done a great job under difficult circumstances, with traffic and other obstacles put in there way. I would recommend the lads to any company looking for Scaffolding, as they are reliable, trustworthy and deliver on time”

Duncan MulhollandKeepmoat

“Perth Scaffolding have provided scaffolding for one of our new build projects in Dunkeld and we have found them to be very professional and efficient. Having reliable and safety conscious contractors is critical to any project and Perth Scaffolding certainly deliver. I would highly recommend them and will no doubt be using their services on future projects. ”

Paul O’sheaO’Shea Architecture

“Perth Scaffolding have just provided their services to us in support of the repair and redecorating of Beaumont House in St. John’s Place, Perth. The scaffolding was erected quickly and expertly on the day agreed and was removed with equal efficiency. They arranged all the necessary permits and both the office staff and men on site were friendly and keen to help with our particular requirements. We would certainly use them again when we have a need for scaffolding”

Denis MunroDenis Munro Chairman BHOA

“Perth Scaffolding have supplied and erected scaffolding for us at a few properties in Perth now and we have found them to be puctual proffessional and courteous at all times They have proved to be an assett to our works up in perth and will definateley be considered on any future projects we have that require scaffold access/edge protection”

Steve KerrKeepmoat