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Protect your Property from Winter Weather

Posted on November 15, 2017

With recent news predicting a prolonged cold winter weather this year, it is important to keep in mind the damage it could cause to some of your buildings. Protech Property Solutions looks at how property managers can prepare for the worst and protect your property from winter weather. The British have a poor track record of dealing with any […]

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Does your block of flats need decorating?

Posted on November 9, 2017

As we approach the winter months, many Residential Management Companies may be turning their attention to the question of internal decorations and refurbishment of the common parts of their block. With residents moving in and out on a regular basis, the likelihood of the finishes in communal hallways and stairwells becoming scuffed and damaged is […]

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Warning Signs of a Blocked Drain

Posted on November 2, 2017

  A sewer line clog might be unseen, but it can cause extensive damage inside a property. The average property owner probably knows that sewer lines help transport waste water from the property to underground sewer mains. Beyond that, most property owners give little thought to their sewer lines until they have some type of […]

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Winter Ready Drains. Special Offer

Posted on October 12, 2017

The leaves have settled, spring is approaching … act now to keep your drains clear for another season! During cold and windy months (we’ve had plenty recently!) drains can build up a load of muck and dead leaves that collect in your drainage pipes. You might be good at cleaning around the top of your […]

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Autumn Gutter Maintenance

Posted on October 12, 2017

Maintaining clean and functional gutters is important any time of year, but becomes particularly crucial as the weather grows colder. Blocked or damaged gutters can cause considerable damage over the winter, representing hundreds or thousands of pounds in repair costs. Fortunately, with a few simple steps and little to no money, homeowners can take a […]

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How to Stop Penetrating Damp

Posted on September 28, 2017

There are three main causes of damp: rising damp, condensation and penetrating damp. We will be focusing on Penetrating damp in this post. We will explain what could be causing your penetrating damp, from cracks in a wall to leaking gutters, and how to deal with them. Before you can fix the penetrating damp issue, […]

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Who Pays the Graffiti Removal Cost?

Posted on September 25, 2017

There is an argument which constantly revolves around graffiti. It’s the argument of art vs vandalism, something which divides opinion and gets many people furious that more isn’t done. While there is value in some graffiti as art, the majority of what is scrawled or sprayed onto walls isn’t the next Banksy piece. The detracting […]

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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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