Heritage and Conservation Rope Access in Scotland and the North of England. We are Balmore, a Glasgow-based Rope Access Team providing delicate, non-damaging, safe, cost-effective, and time-effective access solutions for historic buildings, heritage sites, and conservation areas.

Heritage Building Rope Access Team Specialists in Historic, Heritage, and Conservation Rope Access. What is Rope Access? Rope Access is a safe method of working at heights using ropes and associated climbing equipment. We utilise this method to reach difficult-to-access spaces such as church steeples, where traditional means like scaffolding, ladders, and cherry pickers are either prohibitively expensive, not advisable, or unable to reach the intended areas.

How is Rope Access Utilised for Heritage and Conservation Sites? Rope Access is minimally invasive, offering reduced disturbance compared to scaffolding, while providing substantial cost savings. It also minimises impact on the surface and materials of historic buildings—a primary concern for many heritage sites across Scotland.

What Types of Historic Buildings Can We Work On? At Balmore, our Rope Access team is equipped to work on a variety of heritage sites, including:

Our team is fully trained, qualified, and certified to conduct maintenance and repair work, cleaning, and inspections with minimal disruption to the building’s structure.

Stone Restoration Rope Access Our focus is on delivering meticulous, specialist services to ensure the long-term preservation of these magnificent historic buildings.

Our Range of Rope Access Services includes:

For further information about Balmore and our Historic Rope Access team and services, please contact our Glasgow Head Office on 0141 944 6100 or email sales@balmore-ltd.co.uk.