Facelift maintains monastery

06 June 2013

St Hugh's Parkminster Monastery in West Sussex was founded in 1873

St Hugh's Parkminster Monastery in West Sussex was founded in 1873

Facelift Access Hire has put its recently purchased Multitel SMX 225 and SMX 250 platforms to good use, carrying out renovation work on the St Hugh's Parkminster Monastery in West Sussex, UK.

According to the access equipment rental firm, the Multitels’ compact size meant the team was easily able to navigate the narrow doorways of the monastery’s courtyard, while the 10 m and 11.6 m reach meant that even the hardest-to-access parts of the building could be easily maintained, without causing any damage at ground level.

The Facelift team carried out a range of work at the monastery, including clearing guttering, masonry inspection, repairing chimney cowlings and repairing roof tiles.

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