Frame scaffolding is one of the most common types of scaffolding one can notice on any construction site across the globe. Typically manufactured from round tubes, the frame scaffolding is available in different configurations, from a section that contains both a ladder and a walk-through portal to sections that are totally walk-through and sections that resemble a ladder. The typical method of constructing frame scaffolding is to use two sections of the scaffold frame connected by two crossed sections of support poles arranged in a square configuration. Since these are quite light in weight, workers typically assemble the scaffolding by climbing the sections as they carry the next frame and pole components with them. They then assemble the new section atop of the previous section that was built.