The Comprehensive Group are experts in completing high level building glazing and glass replacements to commercial structures across the United Kingdom. We are able to conduct individual or multiple glass replacements at height using abseil technicians. We are often asked why use abseil techniques for glass replacements? The answer is abseil technicians can often complete high rise glass replacements and/or glass replacements in difficult to access locations without the requirement for costly and time-consuming scaffolding so these cost savings can be passed onto the end client. Not only does abseil glass replacements to high rise glazing save the cost of scaffolding, it also reduces timeframe so again damaged or cracked building glass replacements can happen sooner.
Our experience has seen us conduct high level glass replacements to curtain walling, building facades, atriums and glass roofs from individual glass changes to complete renovation projects and secondary glazing to listed buildings. Throughout our trading history we have successfully undertaken numerous commercial glass replacements using IRATA trained abseil technicians. Since establishment, the teams at The Comprehensive Group have delivered several commercial glass replacements, working in partnership with facility management firms and construction companies with safety at the forefront of any project.
Regardless of the window location which is damaged and requires replacing, we have certainly completed a similar high-level window replacement previously. Our in-house project team are able to propose a safe method of works to ensure the glass replacement at height in completed causing minimal disruption to the building occupants and surrounding public. Our site teams are adept in working out of hours or at weekends to undertake the high level glass replacement. Our project team will be able to supply all the required access equipment from cranes, road closures and the accompanying pedestrian & traffic management requirements to ensure the project is completed with minimal disruptions and health and safety at the forefront of any operation.