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PRO-SERIES 6 ft. x 6 ft. x 29 in. Multi-Use Drywall Baker Scaffolding with 1000 lb. Load Capacity
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PRO-SERIES

6 ft. x 6 ft. x 29 in. Multi-Use Drywall Baker Scaffolding with 1000 lb. Load Capacity

  • All-steel construction for lasting durability
  • Suited for both interior and exterior use
  • 1/2 in. thick wooden deck with steel frame offers solid support
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Easily access light fixtures and hard-to-reach places on a construction project with the PRO-SERIES 6 ft. Multi-Use Drywall Baker Scaffolding. Featuring steel construction with a powder-coated finish for extra protection and weather resistance, it moves from room to room with four 5 in. swivel locking casters, ideal for painting, patching, wallpapering and hanging drywall. Only 29 in. wide, it fits through standard doorways and can be double-stacked with additional support (sold separately). It can also be combined with additional components to stack the units higher and create a customized interior scaffold system to accommodate any job.

  • Supported by four 5 in. locking swivel casters for easy transport from room to room
  • Durable, powder-coated paint finish in bright yellow for easy visibility
  • 29 in. wide to conveniently fit through standard doorways
  • Supports up to 1000 lbs. for heavy-duty work



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Does this collapse for easy storage?

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Spring, TX
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August 10, 2015
For example, does the shelf comes off so you could easy store this in the garage?
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November 10, 2015
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You can take it apart. Not very hard to put together.
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November 5, 2015
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Shank, it is necessary to the dissemble the scaffold to store. Lots of pieces.
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Tampa Bay
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September 29, 2015
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Easy to completely disassemble -- four spring-loaded locking pins holds the entire structure together. With another set of hands one could disassemble the unit in less than five minutes.
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September 15, 2015
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It is basically 5 parts. 2 ends, 2 side rails and 1 platform. The platform is held in place with 2 spring loaded clips 1 on each of the long side of the platform. The side rails easily detach from the ends with spring loaded pins. Once you get used to it you can take it apart in about 30 seconds.
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WestChester, Ohio
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September 8, 2015
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Yes it will break down to five pieces. I lay all of my scaffold against a wall in my basement
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Hanover,MA
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September 8, 2015
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Yes. You remove the top platform and store along with side railings.
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wa
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September 4, 2015
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Yes it does come apart easily and be stored in a small area.IE flat against a wall.
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September 4, 2015
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not really. just disassemble but not hard.
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Texas
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September 1, 2015
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Yes, four sides and the deck all separated lay flat in a truck bed 8" deep.
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September 1, 2015
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Yes, I store my unit, flatten behind a door in the basement. Requires about a 3'x1'x7' space to store.
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Virginia
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August 11, 2015
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Everything comes apart. It will fit in any area of 3 foot high, 6 foot long, and a depth of about a foot.
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Can this scaffold unit be added to, to make a 3-tall unit safely? I need a rolling scaffold that gets me 15' above ground level.

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Eureka, CA
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July 24, 2015
Hoping to buy 3 of these, and connect them vertically to get me 15' above the ground. Do they interlock vertically, and would a 3-high unit be safe to stand on at the top level?
Thank you for your reply.
Rand Hall
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Placitas NM
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November 5, 2015
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Woody, I have only used the scaffold stacked two high. With scaffold stacked two high it is secure and steady. The connection between levels is good. Two high gets you about twelve feet. Reaching fifteen feet should not be a problem with two.
Outriggers are needed and I like the safety cage, the cage feels good. The scaffold is not very wide.
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September 29, 2015
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Manufacturer recommends a 2-unit maximum stack.
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WestChester, Ohio
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September 8, 2015
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Yes Woody it can be three bucks or levels however you WILL NEED outriggers, safety rails and be sure to pin each level together for safety!
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September 4, 2015
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must use outgiggers
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September 3, 2015
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Two units with you standing on it will get you to fifteen foot. Two units with the outriggers on level land would be safe. Don't forget the safety rails.
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texas
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September 2, 2015
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yes but you must by wheel base extensions to help make sturdy. part # found in instruction manuel
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Texas
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September 1, 2015
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Three is pushing stability unless you anchored it to the building. Get add on outriggers for the base unit. Check out the accessories for a safety rail topper too.
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July 31, 2015
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I believe they only recommend 2 high with outriggers.I myself would not do 3 high the unit is not wide enough for that height even with outriggers,At 2 high it will be around 12 feet plus your height. I like the unit it is sturdy if used as desighed.Hope this helped.
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St Augustine FL
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July 28, 2015
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Woody I see no problem at that height Ensure the ground is firm and can support the stability needed. At a home project or a job site pay attention to the OSHA requirements for safety harness and tie off requirements (Over 6') , they are for your safety.
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July 27, 2015
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OSHA regulations is to only have two of the 6 foot scaffold sections stacked along with the use of the guard rail system and outriggers. That would not be able to get you the 15' you are needing and they do stack on top of each other. Thank you.
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July 27, 2015
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It is possible to do this, but you would have to add the leg stabilizers. The unit is not very wide, so caution must be taken to not tip over.
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I already purchased the scaffolding. Can I buy the outriggers and protective box separately

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Yes
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November 5, 2015
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Hello Dee. I bought a second scaffold and the outriggers and the top box separately. Not a problem to buy extras and repair pieces if needed.
Dan T.
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September 15, 2015
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Yes, you can use the model numbers of the outriggers (GSORSET) and guard rail system (GSGRSU) to purchase them separately. Just type the model numbers into hd.com search bar and you will have the option to buy them. Thank you.
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Yes you can !
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Yes it can be bought seperate
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September 4, 2015
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You can check the listing on homedepot.com. You only need the outriggers if you are going to stack them.
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Yes you can. Just check the manual that came with your product. It should have the contact info for accessories. Hope that helps.
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Can wheels rotate 360 degrees

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New Orleans, LA
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September 18, 2016
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Yes, the wheels rotate 360 degrees, and can be removed. They also lock.
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May 23, 2016
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Yes wheels rotate 360 degrees and each wheel has a brake. Really like it I also use it as a work table in the garage.
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Yes, sir, and fairly easy to move around, imo.
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Yes it has full rotation
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Yes
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May 22, 2016
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The wheel of the Multi-Use Drywall Baker Scaffolding do rotate 360 degrees.
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Jj -- yes, the wheel will rotate 360, the main wheels on the scaffold and the outrigger wheels also rotate 360 if you need to stack two sets.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 322 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MORE THAN MULTI I don’t use the scaffold as a platform to stand on and work from. I use it to carry a bundle of woodworking machines that I can then use at my work level. It also has let me create spacious load- bearing platforms for storing tools, jigs, supplies of all kinds, raw materials, work in process and a big bunch of books and magazines. (I notched 2x3” studs near their ends and laid them over two sets of the supporting horizontal bars, four 2x3s to each set of bars, with spacers between them to keep the 2x3s in position, then covered them with ¼” hardboard to provide east-to-reach storage space. The height-extending tubes at the top of the scaffold bump against some shelving I have hanging from the ceiling, so I cut them off.) The scaffold has excellent maneuverability. Those 5-inch wheels do the job for me. (I’m 81 and not as handy at pushing and shoving as I used to be, especially now that I have the unit all loaded up.) I’m a big fan of using powerful little magnets to hang small tools from, and the sides of this steel scaffold are tool-magnet heaven. And those lovely half-inch holes that regulate the main platform’s height are perfect for inserting bolts or dowels to hang tools from, and the rungs running front to back let me turn the scaffold into the Clamp Central that every woodworker needs. In case anyone needs to know, I was able to put the scaffold together without any assistance, although I have to admit that the main platform was a heavy baby. The instruction sheet was useful but not as good as it could be, but the assembly job was not very complicated. All in all, I’m very satisfied with my big and heavy but still nicely maneuverable rolling workplace/storehouse. October 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by perfect with a mod or 2 This is great value for the price. However, to the DIYer it is wobbly. To fix that, I cut 2 6 foot 2x4's and notched the ends out to stablize the legs while on the top platform. Also a ratchet strap helps keep it all together. I works fine with out the add ons, but i am afraid of heights and weigh 285lbs. The platform creeked a bit when I first got on it. Due to my weight, but it held up great. We also made a handrail out of schedule 40 PVC which cam in very handy while painting our 14 foot ceilings. Get it. you won't regret it. Mine is now in the garage doubling as a work bench! May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Good Purchase Purchased this to stain my house.....too old and too scared to try to do it again with a ladder. Scaffold worked well ! Although I was doubtful, it was able to be assembled by one person.( But 2 would certainly be better) Put the wheels on first, laying it on its side...and the side bars too. Then hoist it up and over to standing position. The platform is heavy, but by using a step ladder to rest it on you can put it in place by yourself . It is surprisingly sturdy, not much wobbling feeling...I have it at the five foot level..don't know how it would seem at 6 feet. Wheel locks hold in place well, I used some leftover rubber paving stones to set under wheels to level when needed. All in all a good purchase!! October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Not sure how I lived without this I'm framing a house and I live on this scaffold. I bought two and I constantly roll myself around on them to access the job on my own "second floor". These are so handy. I attached all the hurricane trusses for a whole house rolling myself along the walls comfortably seated in one spot with all my tools handy. You probably shouldn't do this but I put a ladder on top to add blocking between trusses. I can't believe how many jobs I've done without them. The deck seems a little thin but it's held up just fine. The wheels roll great on concrete and lock easily. They are a little jiggly but totally adequate. I haven't stacked them but probably wouldn't do it without some bracing or the outriggers. October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by easy to assemble & disassemble,quality is better then I excepted October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very pleased My husband and I bought this scaffold primarily for me to use when I paint large murals, although we will use it for projects around the house as well. I am an artist, and although I usually paint oil on canvas, I often paint murals and this scaffold helps me to safely and easily reach the higher areas. The scaffold assembles very easily and is easy to maneuver. I feel it requires two people to assemble, but it assembles in just a few minutes. My husband and I were impressed with how solid and sturdy the scaffold is, and I feel very secure standing on the scaffold and painting. September 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good quality for the money I was impressed with the heavy weight design and makeup. It was easy to assemble and will be simple to breakdown to store. Expect it will be a long lived piece of equipment. October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Scafold I haven't used the units stacked yet, but they seem reasonably constructed and should do the job as a stable platform 16' above the floors. October 11, 2016
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