Our engineers attend the latest SAEMA courses to ensure they have the most up to date knowledge within the industry on all aspects of inspection and maintenance of the equipment.
We offer both standard and fully comprehensive maintenance contracts covering all types and makes of permanently installed access equipment, these are all in accordance with BS6037-1:2017.
Along with the maintenance and testing of window cleaning cradles we can offer the following within our 360 service plan;
Site demonstrations for window cleaners and general operatives
24 hours call out facility, 365 days per year
Assisting insurance inspectors
Operating equipment for our clients contractors e.g. cladding inspections
Refurbishments and upgrading
After each service we provide our clients with copies of all service documentation, costed repairs and recommendations. Within our maintenance contracts we include quarterly visits incorporating an annual load test.
The testing and maintenance of any window cleaning access system is crucial to ensuring its safety and efficiency.
Since December 1998, all access equipment has been subject to the requirements of Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) & Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER). These Regulations are both Law AND retrospective in their requirements.
Most access equipment does have a design life; but in some cases this can be extended by refurbishment rather than complete replacement which can provide a considerable cost saving.
We can offer a full repair and refurbishment capability from our dedicated cradle engineers for any type of cradle equipment.