Where traditional scaffold and swing stages are not a viable option we turn to our team of experienced I.R.A.T.A trained rope access technicians. Our highly skilled teams provide a full service including;
- Window cleaning
- Pressure washing
- Light remedial work
- General plumbing
- Engineering Inspections
- Film work and promotions
Total Access Solutions also install temporary and permanent lifelines, roof anchor points and re-certify all previously installed systems.
If you require a rope access or height safety solution then give us a call. We can visit your site and give you a no-obligation quote.
Call: 0410 047 008
Matt brings over 12 years’ experience in construction to the company. Loyal and hardworking, Matt has been with Total Access for over 5 years. In this time, he has shown his abilities from starting as a Level 1 rope tech through to a rope access estimator/ project manager. Matt shows his full potential when faced with access challenges by his unsure clients. “We pride ourselves in coming up with a solution and spending the time with our clients, when our competitors wont.” Matt began his working career in 2006 as an apprentice plumber. He finished his trade in 2010 and began working for himself as a sub- contractor. When a rain day arose, he contacted Stuart from TAS and lined up a day of labouring work. After a day’s work, an idea turned into a reality and Matt completed his Level 1 rope access course. Matt was quite fresh to the rope access industry and it showed! But after some hard work and dedication he got in the swing of things and progressed quickly. “After coming from the plumbing industry, I wasn’t familiar with rope access nor the jobs that we would get asked to do. We have done all sorts of work from painting, rendering, concreting, lighting, rigging, signage, gas inspections etc. It’s the diversity that keeps me interested and finding a solution for our clients”. Over the years, Matt has worked his way into an estimating role and now spends most of his time quoting jobs. Occasionally he gets out on the ropes to dust off the cobwebs, but with the rope division pumping its hard to find the time.