Heritage and Conservation Rope Access across Scotland and the North of England.
We are Balmore, a Glasgow based Rope Access Team that provides a delicate, non damaging, safe, cost effective and time effective access solutions for historic buildings, heritage sites and conservation areas.
What is Rope Access?
Rope Access is a safe method of working at height using ropes and associated climbing equipment. We use this method to reach difficult to access spaces such as Church Steeples where scaffolding, ladders and cherry pickers are either too costly, unadvisable or simply not able to reach their intended goal.
How can Rope Access be used for Heritage and Conservation Sites?
Rope Access is low impact. This means that it offers a reduced level of disturbance over the likes of scaffolding whilst providing significant cost savings over scaffolding. It is also low impact of the surface and material of the historic building itself – a primary concern for so many historic and heritage sites across Scotland.
What type of historic building can we work on?
At Balmore, our Rope Access team can work on heritage sites ranging from:
- Listed Buildings
- Stately Homes
- Historic Bridges
- Historic Ruins
Our team are fully trained, qualified and certified to work on heritage sites, providing maintenance and repair work, cleaning and inspections with minimal disturbance to the buildings structure.
Our work is focused on providing a careful, specialist service to ensure the long term preservation of these magnificent historic buildings.
Our range of Rope Access Services covers:
- Inspection & Survey Services
- Stone Masonry
- Stonework Cleaning
- Lead Work
- DOFF Cleaning
- Roof Repairs
- Structural Building Work
- and much more.