Swift was established in 2011 as a family business with decades of experience in the industry. The aim back then remains just as strong today – to focus on delivering safe, quality solutions along with exceptional customer service.
Because we’ve spent all these years building our reputation, we understand the needs of our customers more than most. Our team collectively delivers a quality, professional service which is always compliant and carried out to the highest health and safety standards.
Our operatives are familiar with permits to work, and management will provide method statements and risk assessments needed to ensure the job runs safely. We are fully insured, audited by The Scaffolding Association and CHAS. We also have confined space trained personnel and IPAF/PAL trained operatives.
We know there’s nothing more frustrating than poor communication when you’re trying to get a job completed – you won’t have that problem with us! Good communication is a crucial part of our service, and we know from feedback how important this is to customers.
Working at height
You might have heard us say ‘we go the extra metre’ and this has a dual meaning, which is unique to Swift. We always ‘go the extra metre’ in terms of the quality of our service, but we’re also highly experienced in working at height and understand the complexities involved.
The Company employs, 100% CISRS card holding scaffolders that work under the control of experienced supervisors.
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