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MetalTech

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Baker Style 6 ft. x 6 ft. x 2 ft. Utility Scaffold 1100 lb. Load Capacity

$199.00 /each
  • Adjustable height up to 76 in.
  • High weight capacity of 1100 lbs.
  • Durably constructed

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This MetalTech multipurpose maxi square baker-style rolling scaffold features an anti-slip plywood deck with steel reinforcement. Highest capacity in this category of 1,100 lbs. It adjusts from as low as 27 in. to as high as 76 in. in 2 in. increments. Constructed with rugged 1-1/2 in. square steel tubes with a baked-on yellow poly powder coat finish, 5 in. double locking caster wheels and a full hand grip spring-loaded double pronged locking mechanism. The 6 ft. baker style is the most popular scaffold in the industry and preferred by most professionals and homeowners.

  • 1,100 lbs. capacity
  • Platform height adjusts in 2 in. increments
  • Adjusts each side at different heights to accommodate to work site
  • 5 in. double lock casters

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Are the outriggers necessary to stabilize this if the platform is at the maximum 6' height?

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Lake Havasu City, AZ
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June 14, 2016
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I would say no. If you double the height then I would say yes. It was plenty stable for me and I used it on uneven dirt. Plus I have a fear of heights. I put it all the way to the top and I was ok.
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June 7, 2016
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Stabilizers should be used above 5' for safety. Hard to keep if from shaking above 5' without a spotter.
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concord ca.
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May 2, 2016
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not for use as directed,add a level,yes
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July 30, 2015
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I used the platform outside without the wheels. I used four 6 in.² 2 x 6 wood squares to support the scaffolding. I didn't feel outriggers were necessary working at the 6 foot maximum height. I also constructed my own extension legs to where the platform height was now approximately 8 feet and at that working height I stabilized the scaffolding with four 2x4's anchored in the ground which was absolutely Read More
I used the platform outside without the wheels. I used four 6 in.² 2 x 6 wood squares to support the scaffolding. I didn't feel outriggers were necessary working at the 6 foot maximum height. I also constructed my own extension legs to where the platform height was now approximately 8 feet and at that working height I stabilized the scaffolding with four 2x4's anchored in the ground which was absolutely necessary. Read Less
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July 3, 2015
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Hi, Thank you for your question. According to OSHA a minimum height to smallest base ration of 4 to 1 is necessary to keep a safe margin. The base is 29" on the width, so you can safely use this 6ft. scaffold at maximum height.
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Is the product stackable? If so, how many sections are safely recommended?

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May 2, 2016
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yes,two
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July 30, 2015
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This question is answered in the description of the product.
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Seacoast, New Hampshire
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March 18, 2015
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2 -3 however you will need the safety rail guard kit to be OSHA complaint and outrigger kit is a MUST no matter what to give the unit the additional stability it needs.
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February 23, 2015
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Hi, thank you for your question. You can safely stack 2 units, providing you use the outriggers and the guard rail systems also sold on HomeDepot.com
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Is that 6ft from the ground up to the top of the platform or can it go higher?

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6 feet is the maximum for that model I understand. However, I needed additional height so I constructed extension legs using square tube from Olympia supply and used 2x4 lumber to anchor into the ground and connect with the top areas of the scaffolding to provide much needed stabilization.
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May 25, 2015
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Hi, Thank you for your question. The maximum platform height is 73". If you wish to go higher, you will need to stack another unit on top. If you do so, make sure to read and follow the safety instructions related to stacking scaffolding.
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May 23, 2015
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The platform of the MetalTech Baker Style 6 ft. x 6 ft. x 2 ft. Utility Scaffold can go as high as 76 inches or about 6 feet.
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In the Description it says 6 ft. x 6 ft. x "2 ft." but in the specification it states 29.75 in depth which is correct?

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29.75" overall
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Actual Deck depth is; 28 1/2" Total depth of scaffolding 29 1/4"
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May 12, 2015
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Hi, thank you for your question, this product is 29" wide. Thank you for noticing, we will change the description.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I am Happy The scaffold is a bit wobbly but still solid. I guess if the wobble bothered someone, they could replace the adjusting pins with bolts tightened. Then it would be as solid as a rock, but adjusting the height would be bothersome. Having a fear of heights myself, I found no problem with the wobble. It is fairly light in weight which is good for assembly and moving. The wheels are nice and big and the locks not only lock the wheels from rolling but keep them from pivoting. It sure beat, go up the ladder, then down, move the ladder 2ft and back up the ladder and down, move etc. I wish I had one of these years ago. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I feel very safe when using this product. This is a quality built, strong, and easy to assemble scaffolding. I feel very safe while using this product. Home Depot does not stock all of the required accessories for this product. If you plan on stacking multiple units, you will need the outriggers and the guard rails. Home Depot does an excellent job of notifying you when the accessories arrive for in store pick up. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This a must for anyone painting crown molding or cutting in around the top of a 10' or 12' wall. Some reviewers have complained that this and similar scaffolds are too shaky. It does take a few minutes to get accustomed to the movement but that can be overlooked when you see how much quicker you can complete painting a room. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Great tool with many uses I used this to get up to high walls (15ft) for painting. It made the job go much easier and quicker by not having to climb up and down a ladder as often. Also used when I repaired a celling and a high fan. It has paid for itself already. June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I love it I would recommend this product to anyone who is a beginner or a pro .. June 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great rolling scaffolsd Great rolling scaffold and readily available at my local HD. Easy to put together and use and great non-slip deck. Bought two (2) and immediately put them to work. Highly recommend and I am a contractor. May 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by OK with a caveat I used the scaffolding outdoors for several days in the hot July summer sun in Tumwater, Washington. After a few days the platform warped and two end rivets popped out. I used two stainless steel machine screws with washers and nuts to do the repair and two C-clamps to hold down the corners so the platform remains completely flat while standing and working on it. The factory installs only two spring loaded angular clamps located on alternate corners to hold the platform to the metal framing and they are located not that close to the corners. It appears they are too cheap to weld two additional clamps and locate them closer to the corners where they might do more good. I presume the cycling of the hot Summer daylight sun contrasting with the colder nights stressed the metal and wood to the point of warping and breakage. I find that very disappointing. I e-mailed the manufacturer of my problem and they replied that I will be contacted soon. I presume if this product was strictly used indoors there would be no issue. On that note I would choose to recommend a purchase of this scaffolding. However, if you're using this scaffolding outdoors in the summertime you have been warned. July 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I should've bought this a long time ago When you have 9, 10 or 11 feet high ceilings, this scaffolding is a life changer. I'd been using two beams dangerously stretched between two ladders for the longest time, but I finally broke down and purchased this. It was so worth every cent of the $199 I paid for it and the only regret I have is that I should have invested in it 8 years ago when I bought my fixer upper. I love that the platform can be adjusted up or down in increments of 2". The platform is sturdy and wide enough that I have space for equipment like paint cans and trays and I still have plenty of room to move around, which means fewer or zero trips up and down for supplies. The casters lock securely into place to prevent movement while the scaffold is in use and are held in place by metal pins. There are pins to secure the rails that hold the platform as well. The one complaint I have (if I can even call it that), is that it's almost too heavy for me to set it up on my own. I've been able to get around that so far, but I've been using it in small rooms where I can prop the one "leg" up against the wall to get the other pieces attached. The weight of it isn't necessarily a negative either, because the end result of all that weight is that the scaffold is incredibly sturdy and will probably last until the end of time or until the zombie apocalypse (whichever comes first). Seriously, don't ever think owning your own scaffolding is excessive. For the price, and for as much as I'll be using it, it's completely worth it. April 26, 2016
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