Glazing

Reglazing high-rise buildings is typically a complex and expensive project.

Yet it is often necessary because of damage, while replacement of existing glass with more thermally efficient forms of glazing is a reliable way to reduce the energy bills and boost the building’s environmental credentials.

Example of glazing in Edinburgh


Such projects are often a challenge because of access difficulties. If you own or manage a tall building, you will know the drill… Large amount of scaffolding (which is not only expensive to build, but requires a permit, and this not only takes time but costs money too) is normally needed, and the job will usually take good few days, often inconveniently blocking traffic at ground level and daylight in the building.

There is an alternative to all that – rope access. Much faster, less expensive and without need for scaffolding with its associated permits and intrusion.

Our industrial abseilers will deal with your high-rise glazing project quickly and safely, and with minimum inconvenience to all concerned. And on top of it, it is much cheaper: you will be surprised at how much you can save in comparison with traditional types of access.

Contact us for a glazing quote or to discuss your project.

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Why Us?

Here are a few reasons why more businesses are deciding to use rope access solutions

High standards
Though we work at heights, we are always in control of the situation, which means that you can expect a service that is up to the highest standards at all times.
Affordable
Rope Access is a cheaper, safer, and more efficient alternative to more traditional methods, such as scaffolding.
Safety
We offer the safest means of working at heights available. Using this innovative methods, our technicians, as well as everyone around, are perfectly safe.
Trusted provider
Work is guaranteed for a minimum of 25 years, and often for as long as 30 years.