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DIY Cleaning up after a Flood

Posted on December 14, 2017

A flood can be a very traumatic experience. In this post we provide important health advice and some basic precautions to keep you and your people safe while cleaning up your flooded property. Starting off talk to your insurance company and follow their advice wear rubber boots, waterproof gloves and an apron to clean up. […]

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Legally ‘To grit or not to grit’, that is the question?

Posted on December 10, 2017

Councils have a legal obligation to clear roads and keep traffic moving, but residents and business owners are often left with perilous pavements. Gritting or not? Are you safer from a legal perspective not clearing, vs clearing snow and then someone slips? Every year as the winter approaches this question of ‘To grit or not […]

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Keeping Communal Bin Stores Clean

Posted on December 5, 2017

Communal bin store management is an aspect of block management and vital to good property hygiene and the prevention of unwanted pests such as rats or ants. Unfortunately people have different expectations of what dumped-rubbish is acceptable, and how it should be removed. What can start off being a small issue can soon escalate within […]

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