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Health & Safety – Top Tips for Property Managers

Posted on July 26, 2021

In this article we discuss our health & safety – top tips for property managers. Whilst we understand health and safety is not the most exciting subject in the world to read about and in fact most of us do not read much about it at all until a tragic accident happens and it is […]

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Health & Safety and Blocks of Flats

Posted on July 19, 2021

The following summarises the main health and safety regulations that apply to blocks of flats. There are many others. The duty to comply with the regulations falls on the landlord or person responsible for management which could be an agent, a resident management company or a right to manage company. Health & safety should never […]

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Regular Flushing can Help Control Legionella

Posted on July 13, 2021

How Regular Flushing can Help Control Legionella. Landlords and Property Managers have many responsibilities when letting residential and commercial properties to tenants. While it would be nice to think every property would be continually let, there are likely to be void periods where a property will stand empty between tenants, sometimes for several weeks or […]

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Health & Safety in Property Management

Posted on June 25, 2021

The importance of good Health & Safety in property management. Good Health and Safety management not only protects businesses, owners and their staff from criminal prosecution and personal injury claims, it also promotes the image and reputation of the company. In relation to property management in particular, issues such as fire safety, asbestos management, water […]

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Choosing a facility service provider?

Posted on June 14, 2021

When companies decide to outsource parts of their non-core business such as cleaning, gardening or reactive property maintenance, the next step is choosing the right facility service provider to take over the non-core tasks. But how can companies make sure they make the right choice? A majority of the property and facility management customers we […]

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Why we think ISO 14001 is important for sustainability

Posted on May 24, 2021

How do you deal with growing environmental challenges? It’s one of the biggest questions facing the corporate world at the moment. Here at Protech we are embracing ISO 14001 to reduce waste, gain a competitive edge, and woo customers and investors. It’s a big change from “Band-Aid” environmental management, where companies just met legal standards. […]

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ISO 9001 – Why Does it Matter?

Posted on May 7, 2021

ISO 9001 is a Global Quality Management Standard created entirely with the interests of the customer in mind. To achieve ISO 9001 certification, Protech Property Solutions is audited annually against the ISO 9001 Quality Management Standard, and certified to have demonstrated robust and reliable facility service and maintenance practice that assure our services consistently deliver […]

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Service update on COVID-19

Posted on May 18, 2020

We hope that, in these tough times, you and your family are doing well. In light of coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we’ve decided to outline what measures we’ve implemented in order to continue to operate and safely provide our customers with cleaning and facility services. In their recent publication, The British Government has stated that a […]

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Our response to the COVID-19 outbreak

Posted on April 20, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been classified by the World Health Organisation as a pandemic. A pandemic is a worldwide spread of a new disease. It is having a significant effect on how people go about their daily lives and how businesses remain operational. Protech Property Solutions (Protech) takes its responsibility to maintain the performance and continuity […]

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Combustible Cladding Ban Update

Posted on March 3, 2020

Combustible cladding ban set to be extended to buildings with four or more storeys A ban on the use of combustible cladding on high-rise buildings is set to be extended to cover all buildings with four or more storeys (or +11 metres in height) under plans the government is putting out to consultation. Housing secretary […]

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