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Removing Waste: Regulation & Best Practise for Contractors

Posted on January 27, 2020

When contractors carry out work at a customer’s property, they often create waste that needs to be disposed of. A simple alternative to hiring a skip or using a man & van waste collection company – particularly for smaller amounts of waste – is to put it in your own van and take it to […]

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Pressure Washing Guide

Posted on January 17, 2020

Our pressure washing guide will give you simple tips on how to pressure wash with your own or rented equipment, and when to call in the professionals for help. With an array of pressure washing equipment on the market for purchase or rental, it’s easier than ever to pressure wash your house, patio, deck or […]

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Working hard to offset our CO2 emissions

Posted on January 13, 2020

There’s no denying that our planet is in a bad way. Climate change as a result of CO2 emissions is a huge problem which is now being recognised more and Earth Overshoot Day is getting earlier each year. As an ISO14001 accredited company we want our planet to survive and for future generations to be […]

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How to keep your clogged drains flowing

Posted on January 9, 2020

Knowing how to fix stuff is great. But knowing how to prevent clogged drains is even better. One of the absolute best ways to prevent slow or clogged drains is to be careful about what you put into them. Cooking grease, coffee grounds, hair, and soap scum are four of a drain’s biggest enemies. Do […]

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Communal cleaning a flat owner’s nightmare?

Posted on January 6, 2020

You may be the domestic goddess inside your flat, but what do you do if the shared areas in your block of flats don’t meet the same standards of cleanliness? communal cleaning can be a flat owner’s nightmare?  Neglected communal space is one of the biggest bugbears of flat owners, as substandard hallways and stairwells […]

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Warning – slippery paths

Posted on December 20, 2019

It is common to find growths such as algae, lichens, liverworts and moss growing on hard surfaces. Contrary to popular belief, they do not damage what they are growing on, but can cause slippery patios, drives, paths and steps especially when wet. What is the danger? Slippery paths and steps covered in algae-like growths, liverworts, […]

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Our Advice to deal with a property flooding

Posted on December 12, 2019

You may, at some time, encounter a dangerous situation in your home or place of work that you are unable to deal with a property flooding yourself. Emergency situations can develop from many causes including adverse weather conditions causing property flooding, burst or freezing pipes etc. These events have the potential to damage your property […]

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How to prevent Slips & Trips

Posted on December 5, 2019

Property managers have a duty to minimise the risks of slips and trips in the properties they manage. Employers and employees have duties under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 to ensure that […]

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How to repair guttering

Posted on November 29, 2019

Knowing how to repair guttering and drainpipes is a must for any property owner: if they are broken and it goes unnoticed, the resulting water damage can cause serious structural problems Spotting faults before the cause damage is vital, too. Why? Unless rain is channelled safely away from a building by guttering, eventually it will […]

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Communal Area Internal Decorating Guide

Posted on November 28, 2019

As we approach the winter months, many Residential Management Companies may be turning their attention to the question of communal area internal decorating and refurbishment. 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 significant and they may need […]

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