When there’s a safety inspection to perform in a difficult access place, it often involves surveying from the ground level. Why is that? Because getting to the hard to reach places are just that – hard. As a result, however, the building inspections are not very accurate; estimations are made but you don’t truly know if you can trust them…
Rope Access Can Dramatically Simplify Your Exterior Building Maintenance. The exterior of a tall building can be difficult to maintain, if not nearly impossible. But just because you’ve got a high building that is hard to access doesn’t mean that it needs to suffer.
Abseilers are the people that you see hanging from ropes on cliffs, mountains, caves, and nowadays, high rise buildings. They are suspended on a series of two ropes that are then separately anchored onto the structure of the building. So how did this come about ?
When you’ve got rope access technicians working at twenty stories off of the ground maintaining your building, experience is everything.
Rope access is becoming a very important aspect of exterior building maintenance because of the savings in cost; but the reason that rope access specialists have got everyone’s attention is because they are skilled trades and abseilers combined.
When you need building maintenance completed and the building is taller than just a few stories, there are usually only two options available to get high access: scaffolding hire or a rope access company. There are costs that are involved with any kind of building maintenance, so it’s important to look at the two options carefully to see why rope access is so much more affordable.