Have the windows in your high-rise block succumbed to condensation, rot, or other common signs of decay? Have you noticed that your windows aren’t operating as they should?
Due to the size and scale of high rise buildings, their windows and other external structures are at a heightened risk of destruction from the elements. Ignoring this kind of damage isn’t an option, not least because your windows will fail to function properly if they are left to their own devices for too long.
Fixing high rise windows can often be something of a challenge. They are out of reach for everyday window repair companies without specialist knowledge of how to reach them safely and securely. But the team here at Jack Arnold UK have decades of experience in repairing, replacing and cleaning the structures in tall apartment buildings and business premises – so we should always be your first port of contact if you believe your structures need work.
Our team are fully trained in high rise window repairs and renovations
Carrying out important maintenance works on the external facades of high rise buildings can be risky, to say the least. Attempting repairs without the relevant training and expertise will not only put your own health at stake – it may also lead to a less-than-perfect finish, something you cannot afford if you want your building’s aesthetics to leave a positive impression on passers-by.
Our team have been carrying out specialist high rise window repairs since the 1960s. They boast all the equipment and expertise they need to complete these kinds of works safely and, of course, to the exceptional standards you’ve come to expect from our business. We can even carry out specialist jobs, such as coating high rise window glass with a low emissivity coating that encourages better thermal efficiency and ensures a more comfortable internal environment for your residents or staff.
Contact us today to arrange your onsite visit, which will include a risk assessment and a full discussion of the required works prior to sending you an accurate quote.