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Advantages and Disadvantages of Preventative Maintenance

Posted on November 30, 2015

When it comes to choosing which method of maintenance you should perform, it is hard to choose between reactive and preventative maintenance. There are many different factors that come into play. Here we discuss the pros and cons of preventative maintenance. Preventative is used to maximise an assets useful lifetime and minimise cost. Its purpose […]

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What to look for in a Drainage Company?

Posted on November 30, 2015

Proper Drainage  Drainage works can be complicated and unsightly! You need to make sure the company you chose to use are fully equipped for all issues that may occur. Something may appear small to you but there could be an underlying issue that requires specialist repairs and you don’t want to be stuck using a […]

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Importance of Communal Cleaning and Garden Maintenance

Posted on November 25, 2015

Keeping your property always looking clean and fresh is a huge part of being a property manager. As experts in communal cleaning and garden maintenance with over thirty years experience he hope the below helps RTM Companies. First impressions are key and with a nice, presentable property, it will show interested clients and visitors that […]

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What Are The Benefits of Training Your Employees?

Posted on November 24, 2015

When it comes to your business, making sure your employees are the best they can be plays a huge factor in your company’s success. With the right training and guidance, not only do your employees benefit, but so does the company. By having well trained employees, it increases their work flexibility. When trained in the […]

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Things to Look for in a Contractor

Posted on November 23, 2015

When looking for a contractor to work with, they are some key elements that you should keep in mind. Get Recommendations- When starting to look for a contractor you should get recommendations from friends and family. They will have info on contractors that they have worked with that they like or dislike. Along with these, […]

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Quick Graffiti Removal is Important

Posted on November 19, 2015

Graffiti is classified as writings or drawings that have been painted illegally on an open surface, usually located in a public area. They usually consist of letters or words also known as “tags.” Tagging is usually used by gangs and groups to show dominance over a certain area or neighbourhood. When first spotting graffiti on […]

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Training our Employees

Posted on November 18, 2015

ProTech Property Solutions has Staff Trained in Every Field When it comes to property maintenance, ProTech has been a leading company for over 30 years because of our expert, skilled, and well trained staff. All employees are put through multiple courses relating to health and safety, customer service, environmental awareness, as well as special skill […]

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Fallen Trees

Posted on November 16, 2015

Fallen Tree Solutions     When a tree falls down it is usually due to the tree’s age, health, or the result of some exceptionally windy weather. Usually it is a combination of all three. Should you have a fallen tree that requires removal, please call us on 0845 604 1288. Protech will send a […]

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Fence Blown Down?

Posted on November 13, 2015

Has your fencing or fence panels blown down in strong winds? Fencing is usually affected by wind damage if it’s old and rotten or if low specification products have previously been installed. If the fence has blown over then it’s usually down to the posts rotting at ground level. Before replacing your fence it may […]

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Protecting Your Buildings from Winter Weather

Posted on November 11, 2015

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. The British have a poor track record of dealing with any weather condition that isn’t described as “grey”. […]

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