Spider Staging is an industry leader in manufacturing and renting high rise window washing/painting hoists and platforms, work cages, scaffolding, rigging equipment and a variety of related items that make it safer for workers to access tough to reach areas of industrial and commercial building sites, whether it be for construction or maintenance. Naturally, their equipment has to stand up to stringent regulations for durability and safety, and due to the nature of the use of their equipment, it takes a beating on a regular basis.
That’s where Foreman Fabricators comes in. Spider sells much of their equipment outright, but because their highly specialized equipment is costly and often only needed at a given site for relatively short periods, they also run a thriving rental business. Spider regularly sends damaged or worn equipment to Foreman for refurbishing and repair, which is a cost effective alternative to replacement of these expensive items. Sometimes it’s a broken weld or two, or a damaged section that needs repair or replacement, and sometimes an entire cage requires replacement. Foreman’s skilled craftsmen have the expertise to handle such repairs, and they have welding technicians who are certified on steel, aluminum and stainless steel, an important requirement for working on safety equipment such as that provided by Spider. When an inspection of their equipment identifies any fault with their equipment, Spider knows that Foreman Fabricators has the expertise to do the job right.
As they do for companies like Spider Staging, Foreman has the expertise to match existing metal parts that have become worn or damaged, which helps customers reduce costs by repairing or replacing expensive metal parts instead of buying something new. They can also create specialized, one-of-a-kind parts and components to meet the specific needs of a customer. Foreman does a lot of work with facility owners and their maintenance departments to offer solutions such as customized door plates and corner guards, grate replacements, elevator cladding fixes or upgrades, railing and guardrail replacement and repair, and so on. They also work with a wide variety of companies to help them maintain expensive equipment that has metal parts prone to wear or damage.