Sign Removal Works to Warehouse

High level, difficult access sign removal works are an everyday occurrence for West Midlands based rope access company The Comprehensive Group.
When the Bathstore, one of the UKs biggest bathroom specialists, went into administration, we were contacted by the letting agent to remove a sign installed to a large warehouse building.
Due to the difficult access nature of the sign removal and the site’s restrictive measure, The Comprehensive Group opted to use a truck mounted boom to reach the warehouse side to carry out the sign removal.

Branded banners and signs installed to the sides of a building’s envelop provides a great marketing and advertising tool. Positioned correctly and installed for longevity they are high impact and attention grabbing. A large sign or banner will ensure your message reaches the masses. Installation of signs or banners to a building can be conducted in a range of ways. Scaffolding can be one method but the time and costs involved in erecting and dismantling scaffolding is simply a waste. This is where rope access and truck mounted access platforms come into their own. The modern and more effective options offered by rope access or MEWP installations means same day installs and removals are completely possible 
During an installation The Comprehensive Group ensures all the necessary boxes are ticked. For example, The Comprehensive Group ensures that the signs or banners are positioned correctly, in the most prominent position for maximum impact and visibility. 
The Comprehensive Group will use our rope access technicians out of normal office hours to conduct the sign removal works or installations if required to avoid any disruptions to your company’s day. 

Our professional approach starts from the initial enquiry to our office team, through to works being signed off. The Comprehensive Group are a rope access and difficult access company based in the West Midlands and operates across the United Kingdom. 
Contact Us today to discuss your specific rope access / difficult access requirement.