Building maintenance

General building maintenance

Our home will probably be the biggest investment we ever make and it’s important to keep it well maintained, not only to retain value for future selling, but also for the aesthetic appeal.

We all know that every now and then an issue could crop up, and it could be anything from an electrical fault to roofing repairs. Conversely, perhaps you’re looking to have home improvements made, from a fitted kitchen to painting and decorating.

Either way, this will all fall under the building maintenance category and if you want something done right, bring in the experts and avoid paying out for more repairs later down the line.

Why would I need a general maintenance company?

There are many reasons you could need to bring in a building maintenance company, but some of the more popular reasons are listed below.

  • Roofing

The roof remains a crucial part of every home and ensuring any repairs needed are done so quickly is pivotal. It’s not uncommon for the roof to become damaged by weather conditions or even birds. Tiles can break loose, creating gaping holes and this will allow water into your home, creating further damage. With a building maintenance company you can have repairs carried out at a cost effective price and ensure continued roof safety.

  • Kitchens

The kitchen is the hub of our home, being an area we spend plenty of time in and even entertain guests. A brand new fitted kitchen can be a major selling point in the future, and a brilliant installation will make all the difference. There are many styles and designs to choose from, allowing you complete control and using a professional in the industry will ensure a fantastic finish.

  • Flooring

The flooring is an important part throughout the house and there are many styles and textures available to choose. From carpeting in bedrooms and living rooms, to tiles in kitchens and bathrooms, you can have any type of flooring that meets your needs. A building maintenance company will be able to supply and fit your chosen surface to a high quality standard.

General building maintenance quotes

From decorating to fencing and roof repairs to kitchens, general maintenance covers a wide range of home improvements and a professional building maintenance company will be able to take care of your needs quickly and efficiently.

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Local Building maintenance Projects

1 Project: 5 door frames built, 5 doors supplied and fitted with, loft hatch, 5 cupboard doors (made to measure supplied and fitted), around electrical cupboard small unit made, supply and fit skirtings 3 bedroo...
2 Project: repairing mortar
3 Project: Are you the property owner: Owner Property Type: Detached Other Forms: 5 Agreed to recieve quotes for selected products: Yes Please call to appoint
4 Project: Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Other Other Forms: 5 Agreed to recieve quotes for selected products: Yes Please call to appoint Time scale: Immediate Please call to ap...
5 Project: Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached Other Forms: 92, 5 Agreed to recieve quotes for selected products: Yes Please call to appoint
6 Project: I have three external wooden columns which support a balcony that need to be replaced due to rot setting in. Time scale: 1-3 months
7 Project: Looking for a good realible tradesmen who can carry out a polished floor screeding job for me a extension im doing in crossgates Time scale: Immediate Please call to appoint Please call to appoint
8 Project: Collapsed wall
9 Project: I want a 10m2 extension to my patio. I bought the slabs, grit sand and weed control fabric with the idea of doing the work myself but being 77 years old I have decided that I wouldn’t be able to do ...
10 Project: To screed 36 sq meters Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached How many rooms are you looking to have tiles fitted to: 1-2 Rooms
11 Project: Floor screeded 3meters by 4meters 20mm deep
12 Project: Homeowner Flood screed Please contact to appoint *
13 Project: 65 sq m 50mm floor screed Time scale: Immediate Please call to appoint
14 Project: Door frame coming away from wall, Toilet leak also
15 Project: Chimney stack rebuild / replacement
16 Project: 4 galvanised steel garden gate latches need replacing. Latches paid for and ready for collection from Screfix Newquay Time scale: Immediate Please call to appoint
17 Project: 3 lifts around a stone building 16 mtr x8mtr 5 mtr to eaves.one extra lift on two gables. this will be used for re roofing and installing windows and doors. netted half way round to catch falling debr...
18 Project: A board over bedroom window for a curtain rail and the curtain rail, a curtain rail over front room window, shelves in the front room, a spike for a rotary washing line concreted in ( stone tile in g...
19 Project: A 65mm screed onto approx 65sqm of flooring at a domestic house in Dunfermline, Fife.
20 Project: Concrete corner window lintels require repairs /replacing due to cracking in lintels at post ends. Property is a brick built bungalow constructed in 1974/5

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Building maintenance activity in September 2018

Building maintenance Projects in the UK in September 2018

August 2018 July / August
South East 430 2% <img src=
North West 330 -8% <img src=
Greater London 280 -22% <img src=
Western Midlands 246 26% <img src=
East Midlands 222 16% <img src=
South West 201 -20% <img src=
Scotland 195 0% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 180 6% <img src=
East Of England 110 -31% <img src=
Northern Ireland 100 0% <img src=
Wales 94 -30% <img src=
North East 50 67% <img src=
United Kingdom 2,438 -5%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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