External Facade Cleaning

Where height or difficult access presents a problem, rope access can often prove to be perfect solution and a safe and more cost affordable method compared to  gondolas, boom lifts and scaffolding, due to its flexibility.

The advantages of using rope access include the speed of deployment, safety, and ability to access difficult spaces in order to carry out work. It also has minimal risk of damage on its surrounding areas.

External building facade cleaning keeps your external glass and property clean and presentable for tenants, customers and visitors. Having your property well maintained ensures it retains its value as well. 

Additionally, cleaning helps spot and prevent erosion, damp spots, moss, salt deposits, pollution from exhaust fumes, and acid rain. 

Various external facade materials such as glass, stone or metal require different cleaning techniques and procedures to ensure the safety and integrity of the building is not affected.

Rope Access was initially developed from techniques used in caving and adapted for the use of simple, safe and adaptable means of access whilst working from high level window and facade cleaning, maintenance, installations, swift access to remote locations and inspection work, Rope access is now a popular Industry standard solution and has been used on some of the world’s most iconic structures.

Our team of specialist crew members are all trained and certified by IRATA (Industrial Rope Access Trade Association)  the leading body for Rope access formed in the UK.

In working with Nimbus , you can also be assured we will handle all the reports you need to be compliant and safe. For instance , the Method of Statement, Risk Assessment and Safe Work Procedure will all be provided. 

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