We find that customers are very pleased to have one point of contact for all their property maintenance requirements, and appreciate the convenience of a ‘one stop shop’.
Below are shown our 3 most popular property maintenance services. If you’d like some more information on any of these or some of the other services that we offer you can scroll down on this page or, alternatively, give one of our helpful staff a call.
First-class commercial and business boiler servicing and maintenance by local Gas Safe-registered engineers.
Conforming to PAT testing regulations will help you to ensure the safety of the portable appliances in your business.
We offer a complete ductwork and ventilation cleaning service to ensure safe, comfortable, and efficient working conditions.
Below you will find information concerning a number of our most popular compliance services relating to facilities management. A full list of all services we offer is available on request.
Businesses are legally obliged to keep their boilers maintained and safe to use.
A faulty boiler can, of course, be extremely dangerous. In any event, quite apart from the potential safety hazard, a boiler breakdown may compromise your ongoing business operations.
A fully-qualified boiler engineer will ensure that your boiler is running efficiently and isn’t squandering energy. Minor issues can also be fixed before they cause more significant malfunctions and costs.
Portable Appliance Testing (PAT Testing) is the process of checking electrical appliances for safety through a series of visual inspections and electronic tests.
The law requires that employers ensure that all electrical equipment they provide in their business is safe and properly maintained.
Depending on the severity of the situation, the penalty for not meeting legal obligations on electrical appliance safety can result in substantial financial penalties and/or imprisonment!
TR/19 – produced by the Building Engineering Services Association – offers guidance on the testing and cleaning of ventilation systems to meet required standards.
Kitchen extract systems have separate requirements, Dust, debris, grease and fat build-up in ductwork is potentially flammable and you should check your insurance documents for required inspection frequency.
There is also a legal requirement to inspect, test and clean the fire dampers contained in your ductwork. Failure to do so could lead to fines of up to £10,000 and/or imprisonment.
In the event of a site fire, please bear in mind that your insurance cover may be prejudiced without a current inspection report.
The current Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations require all businesses to undertake a legionella risk assessment, and to maintain an effective control regime.
Failure to comply with the legislation can result in huge fines, quite apart from the associated health implications.
If you have any hot or cold water systems in your building then this applies to you.
If you need a current assessment let us deliver this requirement for you, along with any remedials that may arise as a result.
All UK operators of even relatively small-scale air conditioning systems are required to have an inspection every 5 years.
You can be fined for failing to have a valid TM44 assessment in place and this is enforced by Trading Standards.
Our assessment covers a survey, a report (lodged on your behalf with the Government’s Landmark database) and certification, and ensures your legal compliance.
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