• Frame shoring is similar to scaffolding, except instead of holding men, the scaffolding holds the decking in place while a concrete floor is being poured. Wood or aluminum beams are placed on top of the shoring frames to support the plywood that ultimately holds the concrete in place.

  • Our wood shoring system was originally invented in 1939 by L.S. Holmboe Sr. The Ellis Shoring system can be used for initial shoring, and is also very useful for re-shoring. The primary piece of the Ellis Shoring system is the Ellis Shore Clamp.  This clamp allows two pieces of 4×4 lumber, to be moved up and set into place quickly.
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