After the foundations and structural frame, the roof of a building and its associated drainage are one of the next most important structural features.
They usually do a great job of keeping water and the elements out providing they’re well maintained.
There can be many inherent hazards that arise when planning maintenance and repair works to the roof of a building. In addition to the obvious hazard of working at height, further risks still need to be assessed including the presence of fragile surfaces and preventing dropped objects.
Our specialist access services can greatly reduce the costs associated with undertaking maintenance and repair works to the roofing, guttering and drainage components of a building.