BANNER & SIGNAGE
Banners and signage need to be positioned and displayed correctly in a prominent spot to grab the attention of a target market. Unfortunately, businesses often compromise on where signage should be installed, simply because they don’t realise it can be displayed at height where they’d ideally want it to be.
The Orb Rope Access IRATA approved team can install banners and signs at any height. Rope access installation is the most cost effective and safest way to install and remove high signs, with minimum disruption to the business and the public. We can install a wide range of signage including illuminated signs, building wraps, construction signs, large format vinyl banners and digital screens.
We use our expertise to install signage on high rise properties, public buildings, stadiums, schools, hospitals, shops, hotels or any other buildings, internally or externally. If you think a sign, screen or banner can’t be installed because of access constraints, we’d be happy to discuss your requirements to determine how we can help.
Orb Rope Access were asked to carry out repairs, cleaning and down pipe inspection at Sizergh Castle, Cumbria The brief In November 2020, Orb Rope Access were appointed by an architect local to Cumbria to complete slate repairs, clean gutters and carry out a downpipe...
Orb Rope Access were asked to carry out a physical inspection of Liverpool Anglican Cathedral's Tower and Statues The brief In August 2020, following a drone photogrammetry inspection of Liverpool Cathedral’s tower, external structures and statues, Orb Rope Access...
While we’re at home during this strange period of time, many of us are getting around to those jobs that we have never had time to do; tidy the loft, mow the lawn, decorate the spare room etc. At some point you may think “I know, I’ll try and clean the gutter, clean...
Rope access is considered by many to be the most efficient means of working at height, but we at Orb Rope Access still come across doubters who revert to more traditional methods such as scaffolding. To highlight the effectiveness of rope access techniques, we’ve put...
Working at height is not something new. From hunting woolly mammoths to installing mobile phone antennas it’s been in everyday life for centuries, yet it still has a poor reputation for accidents in the workplace with statistics to back it up. The practice of working...