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Maintenance of churches, cathedrals and basilicas: height access solutions

Whether for the maintenance of the bell tower, the bell, the organ, the roof, the mobile antennas, the fire detectors or any other element installed at height, access solutions including ladders, stairs or walkway platforms are required.

The means of access used for the maintenance of religious heritage buildings are increasingly dilapidated. They are very often rusted or eaten away by termites and other parasites. Many technicians are complaining about the lack of security, even going so far as to refuse to use the systems in place.

JOMY engineers custom-made aluminium solutions that allow secure access and require little maintenance.



Quarter-turn access stairs located at the base of the bell tower and fixed to the walls by brackets.

Quarter-turn access stairs located at the base of the bell tower and fixed to the walls by brackets

Crinoline access ladder, with telescopic handle, in the bell tower and used for the maintenance of the bells.

Access cage ladder with telescopic handle in the church tower and used for bell maintenance

Access walkway platform to the attic and to the fixed ladder leading up to the church tower.

Access walkway platform to the attic and to the fixed ladder leading up to the church tower

Cage ladder for access to a manhole in a church steeple and installed away from the wall with special fixing brackets.

Cage ladder for manhole access and installed away from the wall with special fixing brackets


Fixed ladder and landing with railing for access at height in a church.

Fixed ladder without cage and access landing with railing

Cage ladder with side access to climb on a platform located in the bell tower of a church for maintenance.

Cage ladder with side access for accessing a platform

Arched ladder with lifeline rail for access to the dome of a cathedral.

Curved ladder with lifeline rail to access the dome of a cathedral

Personal fall protection equipment consisting of a vertical rail and a self-locking carriage installed on an access ladder for the church tower.

Personal fall protection equipment consisting of a vertical lifeline rail and a auto-blocking mobile carriage

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