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Scaffold Products

Scaffolding for Sale

Badger Ladder has been a trusted resource for scaffolding products for sale for more than 30 years. Our OSHA-compliant scaffolding for sale includes multi-function scaffolding, scaffold frames, scaffold packages, scaffold towers, scaffolding accessories, and tube and clamp scaffolding. If you’re looking for a specific type of scaffolding, we make it easy to find and build your own scaffold package. When you build your own scaffolding, you can save 5% on your overall total cost – find out more information below, or contact us here.

Have questions about our scaffolding for sale? Please speak to one of our customer service representatives at (800) 863-9791 or by email at We can assist you with product information, shipping questions, and more. Our team is looking forward to serving you for all your scaffolding needs!

• Our scaffolding products either meet or exceed OSHA & ANSI regulations, so you can rely on the quality and safety of our products.
• Please note that our scaffolding products have one-year warranty against manufacturer defect.

Scaffolding for Sale Online

With nearly 30 years of experience in the business, Badger Ladder offers a wide variety of scaffolding and scaffold frames across the U.S. and Canada. Our scaffolding for sale, along with accessories, braces, jacks, and pedestals, either meet or exceed OSHA and ANSI scaffolding regulations. Our scaffolding products meet these requirements so that you can ensure that you and your team stay safe while on the jobsite.

With several locations across the U.S. (located in Green Bay, WI, Cranbury, NJ, Savannah, GA, and Tacoma, WA) and three decades of industry experience, you can rely on both the quality and expertise of the experts at Badger Ladder & Scaffold. Give us a call today to find out more information, or check out our scaffold rentals here if you're interested in renting instead of buying.

Our Scaffolding Products

Our scaffolding for sale is suitable for both indoor and outdoor construction work. For example, you can use our rolling scaffolds with caster wheels to make moving your scaffolding easier and your overall work much more efficient, or use non-rolling if you prefer. Or, browse accessories to make your scaffolding package or tower complete. If you have questions on scaffolding, what to purchase, or better understanding the different types, take a look at our ultimate scaffolding guide.

Build Your Own Scaffold Package

Build your own scaffold package and receive a discount! The package includes the premium scaffold package, a single 5' x 5' scaffold frame, galvanized cross braces, guardrail systems, a 7' and 10' guardrail system, 5', 7', and 10' single rails, and guardrail posts. The benefits of choosing to build your own scaffold package is that you can save money AND customize your scaffolding based on your exact needs!

Multi-Function Scaffolding

What is multi-function scaffolding? From drywall carts to outriggers, multi-function scaffolds are designed for everyday use in either interior or exterior applications. Our multi-function scaffolding for sale includes a drywall cart, guardrail set for multi-function scaffold, multi-function replacement casters, multi-function scaffolds, and outriggers for multi-function scaffolding.

Scaffold Frames

Badger Ladder's scaffold frames include blue, red, and yellow scaffold frames. Each scaffold package is available in a number of sizes, along with cross braces, stacking pins, and scaffold planks. Our scaffold frames are available in 5' x 5', 5' x 3', 5' x 6'4" and other sizes to make your construction projects a more seamless, effective process.

Scaffolding Tower Packages

Our scaffold towers are created to feature all the necessary parts to be functional and safe. Our scaffolding towers for sale is a great choice for any construction project, the DIY handyman, HVAC work, painting, and even interior decorating or maintenance. Our scaffold towers are suited for both indoor and outdoor use and are available in either rolling or non-rolling models for your convenience. We currently have 5', 6', 10', 11', 15', 16', 19', and 20' rolling and non-rolling scaffold towers.

Tube & Clamp Scaffolding

We also provide tube and clamp scaffolding products. We carry a variety of lengths to put the finishing touches on your existing scaffold system. No matter if you need a 4' tube and clamp scaffolding or a 16' tube with clamp scaffolding, we'll be sure to have it in stock. Our scaffolding products include base plates, swivel clamps, and beam clamps.

Scaffolding Accessories

Need scaffold accessories? Badger Ladder has you covered. We are a leading supplier and installer of high-quality scaffold equipment which enables you and your crew to work productively and safely at heights. No matter your need, we will have the proper equipment for your project! Some of the accessories we carry in our store include: 8" industrial casters, end brackets, side brackets, scaffold tower guard rails, well wheels, mortar boards, access ladders and more.

About Badger Ladder

At Badger Ladder, we are dedicated to quality in our services and various scaffolding for sale. All our scaffolding products either meet or exceed OSHA and ANSI regulations and we even provide a one-year warranty on all products. Have questions about our scaffolding products? Please contact us today to speak to a friendly and knowledgeable customer service representative. You can call us at (800) 863-9791 or email us at you for choosing Badger Ladder!


Product FAQ's

Scaffolding, commonly used for construction sites, is a temporary structure made of wooden planks and metal poles, or sometimes entirely from steel or aluminum. Scaffolding is used to provide support, elevation, and a safer work space for construction workers when they are working on structures that are above ground level. There are multiple kinds of scaffolding for sale on our website such as single, double, trestle, and steel, among others, each designed for different use cases based on the needs of the construction project.

Building scaffolding requires precise knowledge and adherence to safety standards. Begin with a solid foundation, ensuring the ground is level. Lay base plates, insert upright poles, and ensure they’re secured. Attach horizontal braces to provide stability and then install platforms and guardrails. Safety checks should be conducted throughout assembly. For a comprehensive guide and best practices, check out our website’s resources section.

You can rent scaffolding from Badger Ladder. We provide a wide range of scaffolding solutions suited for various construction needs. Simply browse our rental section or contact our customer service for assistance.

The rental cost of scaffolding is influenced by its type, size, duration, and other factors. For an accurate estimate and current rates, please refer to the rental section on our website or get in touch with our rental department.

Scaffolding prices are influenced by type, size, and materials used. At Badger Ladder, our offerings span from $150 to $300 and beyond. We strive to offer competitive rates. Nonetheless, prices can change based on material cost fluctuations and other variables. For the latest pricing details, visit the product listings on our website.

While there are 17 scaffolding types, the two most frequently used are those made from wood or steel. While wooden scaffolding is traditionally used due to its cost-effectiveness and ease of assembly, we generally recommend steel scaffolding since boasts superior durability and stability, which significantly enhances the safety of your construction project. More information here about choosing the right scaffolding for your project.

Using scaffolding comes with a set of potential hazards that must be addressed to ensure the safety of the workers. Some common risks include accidental falls, which could be due to a lack of guardrails. The presence of loose debris, tools, or materials on the scaffolding platform can also lead to tripping hazards. Poor assembly or damage to the scaffolding can compromise its structural integrity leading to collapses. Additionally, untrained personnel can misuse scaffolding or ignore safety protocols, increasing the risk of accidents. Lastly, electrocution or electrical shock hazards may be present if the scaffolding is set up too close to overhead power lines. Always adhere to safety guidelines and conduct regular inspections of the scaffolding structures. More about scaffold safety here.