If you are a landlord, you really need this on your property

It’s hard enough managing a property portfolio without having to pay for repairs, maintenance and repainting each year, and this is especially true for the small time investor, but what if there was a way to drastically reduce repairs and repainting on your properties?

What if, instead of having to find a good decorating team and then cross your fingers and hope they do a good job, you could get a professional team in to take care of one or all of your houses for a one-off cost?

There is?

Then read on! Read More


Why you should keep your chimney in good condition

Despite your fireplace being largely forgotten about during the summer, just like my own family, you will all welcome a healthy hearth come winter time.

Today we are going to tell you a few tips how to clean and maintain your chimney, how to spot problems with it, both internally and externally, and offer a few “best practice” tips on keeping your chimney healthy and happy all year round. Read More


The waterproof wall coating major house builders use

If your home is less than 15 years old it shouldn’t have damp but many newer properties do suffer from damp and mould. Our damp proof house coating system is used by major UK house builders homes specifically to treat newer homes that have succumbed to damp damage.

All newer homes have cavity walls and cavity wall insulation, so you would think that it would keep the occupants warm and dry, however in some cases problems have occurred and under the NHBC warranty, homebuilders have to address the issue, with the confidence the homeowners problems will not re-occur.. Read More


Problems and solutions for coastal and seaside homes

No-one knows more than us about the damaging effects the weather can have on your home exterior, but what about if you own a property in a coastal, moorland, sea-fronting or cliff top location?

The outside of your home has to not only look good all year round, but it also has a more important function in keeping you and your family warm, safe and dry.

Most homes have a moderate amount of weatherproofing built in, after all, the UK isn’t famed for it’s long dry spells (!), but what about if your house lies in area that “get a lot of weather” during Autumn and winter? Read More