Safeguard your building with our façade inspection service
If you own or manage a building, you know its ongoing safety is paramount. And while you no doubt do your best to protect the areas you can see and regularly access, what about those places that are out of reach? Like your building’s exterior…
Here at Aquamark, we’re renowned for our expert abseil window cleaning service, and it’s this that enables us to carry out our skilled façade inspection service for our much-valued customers.
What is a façade inspection service and does my property need it?
A façade inspection service sees the outside of buildings professionally surveyed, and its purpose is to guarantee ongoing health and safety standards. The individual approach of a project may vary, depending on the needs of a client. For example, instances which may call for a façade inspection service might include:
The need for photographs of particular areas of the external elevation
Slack advertisements and banners etc. needing to be put right
By investing in our façade inspection service, you will:
Gain invaluable insight into the quality of your building’s façade
Meet health and safety legislation
Achieve ongoing peace of mind that your property’s exterior elevations have been professionally surveyed
Protect passers by at street level.
At the project’s helm, our professional team:
Has the skill and experience to carry out your project swiftly and efficiently
Is extensively trained, qualified, certified and insured
Comes highly recommended; just take a look at some of past projects. We’ve worked with some fantastic clients on their building facades, including Barratt Homes and Chelsea Football Club.
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