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The Importance of Extractor Fan Maintenance

April 16th, 2018

Your indoor air quality is just as important as the outdoor air quality and yet recent research has shown that the air quality inside buildings can be up to five times more polluted than the air outside. Why Extractor Fan maintenance is so Important While you may already know that extractor fans can help to […] Read more

The Importance of Gutter & Drain Maintenance

March 19th, 2018

Gutters and drains are an often overlooked part of our properties and we may not give them much thought until they start to drip and leak and generally cause problems. The most common issue found with gutters is that they can easily become clogged up with leaves, twigs and other debris. Broken or leaking joints […] Read more

Getting Your Home Back to Normal!

February 15th, 2018

Your home is the largest asset you have. It protects your family from the elements and provides space to store your treasured possessions. But like any physical structure, it’s not infallible when it comes to natural disasters. Restoring your home and its contents after a fire or flood with minimal disruption is a difficult task. […] Read more

What you can Learn on a Deep Kitchen Cleaning Course

January 15th, 2018

Whatever your occupation, whether you are in hotel management, a chef in the catering trade or an employee of the cleaning industry, you will learn and benefit from a Deep Kitchen Cleaning Course. The course is held over two days and has both classroom and practical sessions covering everything relevant to obtain a BESA/TR19 standard […] Read more

Why You Need to Take an Industrial Cleaning Course

December 15th, 2017

This is an introduction to industrial cleaning and will give employees, managers and small businesses a good all-round grounding in the industry. Safety, Risk Assessments & Method Statements COSHH stands for ‘Control of Substances Hazardous to Health’. As an employer or operator, you need to know about the COSHH regulations that apply to various cleaning […] Read more

Construction Safety Awareness Courses

September 26th, 2017

If you work in construction, it’s vital that you understand how health and safety applies to your job. You have a legal responsibility to work safely, and not to endanger your fellow workers. If your actions put others in danger, you could find yourself being prosecuted. So the best protection for you and others, is […] Read more

Why Plastering Should be Done Professionally

August 24th, 2017

Plastering is one of those building tasks that, at first sight, looks pretty simple. However, getting a good, smooth finish, and even getting the plaster to stick to the wall, is much more difficult than you might think. It takes a lot of training and practical experience for professional plasterers to learn their trade and […] Read more

Choosing the Right Joiner

July 28th, 2017

If you’re looking for bespoke kitchen cabinets, wardrobes or even a staircase for your home, then you’ll need to find a good joiner. They will create beautiful and often intricate pieces of furniture that may then be put together onsite by a carpenter. Having a clear idea of the kind of joinery you want to […] Read more

Finding the Right Plumber

June 29th, 2017

There are some fantastic plumbers out there who really know their job and take a pride in it. And then there are the other ones. Unfortunately there is no one registration body for regular plumbers as there is for gas plumbers, but professionals will be able to show some kind of certification. Registrations with WRAS […] Read more

Why is Facilities Management Important?

May 22nd, 2017

Facilities management (FM) is the strategic answer to the challenge of running a business premises. Piecemeal approaches – in which the business tries to source separate maintenance, cleaning and repair services – are time-consuming, expensive and patchy. The commissioning of different contractors often leads to turf wars, with one contractor claiming a problem is the […] Read more

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