Education sector emergency and reactive building repairs, refurbishments and planned property maintenance or contracts

National Maintenance

By letting us take on your facilities and maintenance works, you’re free to focus on providing a quality education. Working together, we help you create and maintain safe, inclusive and well-maintained learning environments. All our teams are fully DBS checked, though we always listen to your needs when scheduling work around timetables and term dates to help minimise disruption and safety risks.

We carry out a range of general building, grounds and cleaning maintenance work for nursery settings, schools, academies, further & higher education colleges and universities. We’re fully insured and all our teams are highly skilled, experienced and trained in safe working practices including asbestos awareness.

You can see some examples of our work here.

Example services for the education sector

Reactive repairs and renewals

Including kitchen counter, laminate flooring, bath and shower tray surface restorations, window frame repairs, door hanging, new/repaired garden fencing, plumbing work, new kitchen and bathroom fitting, tiling, plastering, painting & decorating

Annual inspections and safety checks

Including gas safety checks, boiler servicing, fire door checks and installations

Planned property maintenance

Including handling all handyman and skilled trade repair requests, garden maintenance services, interior cleaning, drive & pathway cleaning

To find out more and how we support our childcare, early learning and educational clients, click here.

All our services are designed to suit your needs and budget. Please call us on 0330 113 1117 or use our quick and easy contact form to arrange a chat with an experienced member of our team.

National Maintenance
National Maintenance
National Maintenance

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