Scaffold Supply

Layfield has been providing our specialized enclosure systems to the scaffolding market for over 30 years. We have a complete range of enclosure products including our WeatherPro TES pin secured system, our WeatherPro WES track secured system, our WeatherPro Extreme sheeting system, as well as debris net, insulated blankets, and RPE roll stocks.

Our featured product for scaffold supply is our WeatherPro Extreme sheeting system. This system consists of rolled farbic-reinforced sheeting with reinforcement strips along the length. Special elastic toggles can be inserted through the reinforcement strips to join panels and to attach the panels to scaffolding. WeatherPro Extreme is highly adaptable to unusual scaffolding arrangements and is reusable.

"Thank you for working on my quote over the weekend, that kind of service is rare these days." Matt, BC Logging Company

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About Construction Products

Layfield Construction Products supplies geosynthetics and industrial fabrics products. We offer supply-only products for many different industries across North America and internationally. We are leaders in the supply of geosynthetics servicing large customers, moving over 800 truckloads a year. Layfield Construction Products is also one of the largest distributors of geotextiles, moving over 100 million square feet a year. We also specialize in the supply of polyethylene film and industrial fabrics products.

Latest News

Layfield Geosynthetics & SKAPS Industries Announce the Release of GeoVolt™, a Revolutionary Patented Conductive Geocomposite.

September 20, 2021

Layfield Geosynthetics and SKAPS Industries are pleased to announce the release of GeoVolt™, a revolutionary patented conductive geocomposite that makes electric leak location simpler and more efficient with almost any type of geomembrane.

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