Repairs & Maintenance

Comserve Group

At the Comserve Group we become part of your team ensuring efficiency, safety and legislative compliance. We recognise the need for the efficient management of energy and so, as well as being a leading provider of the design, installation and maintenance of mechanical and electrical building services equipment, we offer businesses the opportunity to reduce energy consumption with our recently formed energy company, Comserve Sustainability Solutions (CSS).  »

National Housing Maintenance Forum

The National Housing Maintenance Forum (NHMF) is an organisation run by maintenance professionals for maintenance professionals. It promotes best practice in maintenance through sponsoring publications, investing in product development, and organising an annual conference covering strategic issues and providing a focus for networking. The next conference takes place on 26th and 27th January in Stratford upon Avon with the main conference themes of : Procurement; Embracing Sustainability; Regulations and Safety; Working with Communities.  »

G.M. Sanders

We are a long established contracting company based in Leicester covering the east midlands area.

Established in 1972, the company has been built upon ever since. From replacing a kitchen socket to a domestic rewire, office refurbs to replace a tap washer or a new heating system we can deliver.

We also provide BUILDING REPAIRS, VOID MAINTENANCE and DOMESTIC APPLIANCES . What ever your needs, we can help.

St Astier Newcastle

St Astier is a leading consulting contractor for local authorities, housing associations, construction industry professionals, commercial organisations and home owners.

We provide professional consultation and the superior structural repair, conservation and restoration of buildings and structures. A multi disciplined contractor, we are equally at home restoring scheduled ancient monuments and buildings of historical interest as we are carrying out wide ranging repairs on large scale social housing projects.  »

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