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Rope Access Concrete Repairs

Managing treatment for concrete spalling, also known as concrete cancer, can be very time consuming unless the problem can be efficiently and permanently rectified. Tall building structures such as cooling towers, chimney stacks, silos, skyscrapers can be often difficult to maintain due to roof areas being difficult to access. Delaying the treatment of corrosion-related issues in buildings can result in the development of potentially dangerous issues.

This is where Next Level Painting can step in to resolve the issues before they get out of hand. We are a team of specialists who are skilled in Rope access, especially for concrete repairs. With our creative rope access techniques and high-end safety equipment, we guarantee to keep on top of problem areas before problems become too serious and before they start to potentially pose a safety risk to the public.

What is Rope Access?

Rope access is a form of work technique, initially used in climbing and caving. This technique helps technicians to ascend, descend, and travel across to complete the task with a supporting harness. Rope access has been proven to be a safe and cost effective technique that is utilised by many technicians for working at height.

How Rope access can be used for concrete repairs

For concrete repairs, the Rope access technique is considered to be the most efficient access method for work completion. Not to mention, that rope access is the safest way to carry out various types of high access tasks. The rope access method gives access to every inch of the area and allows you to properly analyse the causes of concrete spalling.

Concrete spalling or Concrete cancer occurs when carbonation and high chloride levels in the environment, usually present in coastal locations, cause corrosion of concrete buildings. If it’s left untreated concrete cancer can lead to serious structural deterioration resulting in the need for extensive and expensive repairs. Rope access used for concrete repairs allows technicians to gain access to the actual problem and they can work to ensure no future deterioration occurs in terms of concrete spalling.

Rope access and Crack Stitching

Rope access is an ideal technique for concrete repairs and cracks repairs, but which method is suitable for long-lasting and quick results? Crack stitching.
Crack stitching is one of the easiest and long-lasting methods that is used along with rope access to repair concrete cracks. Rope access can be used for the installation of structural repairs like Crack stitching, repointing, wall tie replacement, concrete repair and brick slip reinstatement. Crack stitching is a method where several holes are drilled along the surface and stitched with a metallic wire. These wires then are passed through holes and tied up strongly in the holes with grout.

Why Choose Us?

We have a team of highly skilled concrete repair specialists, that provides treatment for concrete spalling and helps you manage all your concrete repairs. Our concrete repair service in Sydney approaches all concrete related problems to solve them quickly and to prevent further damage. More importantly, we aim to solve your concrete problems permanently, rather than applying short-term fixes.

Along with providing concrete repair services, Next Level Painting also provides a professional rope access service to various tall structured buildings. Rope access methods used for crack repairs are the quickest, least intrusive, and most cost-effective solution. These systems are incredibly fast to initially set up and then dismantle once the work is completed.

Rushing to fix problems with a temporary solution can become a big safety hazard. At Next Level Painting, we offer expert assistance for buildings in need of concrete repairs and rope access service in Sydney. We are a team of highly skilled and personable professionals who go the extra mile to ensure maximum customer satisfaction.

Call us at @61 451 652 949 for a free quote for your project.

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