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Tips for hard floor cleaning and maintaince

Posted on August 24, 2017

The hard floors throughout your property endure high volumes of foot traffic, dirt, leaves, water, and heavy items being dragged across it – all on a daily basis. In order to keep your floors in a pristine and presentable condition, as well as, safe for all who use them, they must be regularly maintained and […]

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Our hedge care throughout the year tips

Posted on August 11, 2017

Whether deciduous or evergreen with leaves or needles: every hedge needs to be cared for. However, a number of factors have to be taken into account with hedge care. Here you will find everything you need to know about hedge types and cutting techniques. Cutting techniques. The right way to cut your hedge. Hedge cutting […]

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LANDLORDS DECORATING & RENOVATION TIPS:

Posted on July 31, 2017

SCHEDULE LANDLORDS DECORATING Time is money. The longer you spend renovating, the bigger the financial hit. Make a realistic plan, and stick to it, but allow for contingencies. If you’re planning to redecorate in-between tenancies, start decorating the day after the tenants leave, and source all the tools and supplies well before the job. If […]

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How to Handle Office Maintenance

Posted on July 20, 2017

No matter how large or small your office premises are, they will need regular maintenance if you want to keep them in a good state of repair. A clean and well-presented office will say all the right things to your visitors and you cannot risk your offices falling into disrepair as it will reflect very […]

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Pros and Cons of Reactive Property Maintenance

Posted on July 12, 2017

Reactive Property Maintenance Reactive maintenance is the process of reacting to failed, ineffective or damaged equipment. It focuses on restoring the property and equipment to its normal condition, or replacing the equipment all together. There are many objections to this method, as well as advantages. Here we will discuss the disadvantages and advantages of reactive […]

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Aspects of Residential Block Maintenance

Posted on July 10, 2017

In this article we would like to take a look at the key aspects of residential block maintenance, and the reasons why it is absolutely essential for all buildings to ensure they have an effective maintenance plan: Reasons for Maintenance There are so many reasons why building maintenance should be carried out; far too many […]

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Legal Requirements of Landlords & Letting Agents

Posted on July 5, 2017

Gas Safety Where there are any gas appliances in the property provided by the landlord, the landlord must ensure that annual gas safety checks are carried out. These checks must be carried out by a gas fitter/engineer who is registered on the Gas Safety Register. A copy must be given to the tenant before the […]

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What NOT to do with your Rubbish

Posted on June 21, 2017

When you’ve cleared your home, office, garage or garden you’ll have a mound of rubbish and only a few options to get rid of it. You can take the rubbish to your local council tip yourself or you can pay for a professional, ethical rubbish removal service. Sometimes those options aren’t convenient but here are […]

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Roof Garden Maintenance

Posted on June 8, 2017

The maintenance of green roofs is perceived to be one of the greatest barriers to their installation. The maintenance schedule should be considered during the design process, when the demand for maintenance input can be anticipated. There is no such thing as a ‘no’ maintenance roof, green or otherwise. All new commercial buildings are required […]

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Facility Services Value Over Price

Posted on June 6, 2017

Facility Services Value Over Price Right now, the market for facilities management is good. Most organisations are optimistic, forecasts are strong and the mood reported by the media is positive. But whilst the volume of business and opportunities is on the rise, a lot of it, especially work in the public sector is being determined […]

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