We supply and install bird protection netting, debris netting and mansafe netting – anywhere in the UK and Europe.
Aircraft hangers, stadiums, factories, warehouses and high-rise blocks are typical of the buildings where we’ve installed or taken down netting.
And by using our IRATA trained rope technicians and FASET trained operatives, we can reach everywhere, inside or outside.
One of our recent contracts included removing and replacing the netting from inside the massive old airship hangers at Cardington.
With over 25 years’ experience of installing and removing netting for commercial and industrial customers, education and ecclesiastical bodies, sporting and leisure organisations, local authorities, health trusts and listed building groups.
- In 2008, Kaizen removed and replaced five acres of debris netting inside the historic R101 airship hangers at Cardington, near Bedford. It is probably the single largest debris netting installation in a listed building – the hangers are 247m long, 55m wide and 48m high.
- The hangers were subject to a structural survey, but before that could be done, the damaged netting had to be replaced – it had so many holes, it was too risky to work underneath.
- Our IRATA trained technicians found safe methods to access the roof area and removed the five acres of damaged netting.
- Then, by ‘throwing’ lines – itself a clever technique – the new nets were hauled up and secured so that the structural survey could go ahead.
We can be equally innovative when installing pigeon netting, anti-bird spikes and mansafe netting.
- And while up there, we can also fix and/or remove aerials, banners, decorations, lighting, lightening conductors, flag poles and other attachments – and carry out other building maintenance work.