PAINTING AT HEIGHT
Painting the upper levels of commercial and industrial buildings or structures requires expertise at height and a professional finish to the work.
At just a fraction of the cost of scaffolding, our rope access teams can be quickly mobilised to paint any surface of any building or structure, inside or out. Using rope access means there is no requirement for vehicles or machinery at the site. This reduces potential hazards near the building and protects the safety of workers and the general public.
The Orb Rope Access team are Safe Contractor accredited and experts at painting at height. If called upon, we can use our vast experience to provide a consultancy service, advising customers on the most effective approach to a job, depending on the access available and the paint finish required.
Interior or Exterior
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...
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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...