When windows and doors have been installed for a period of time it is likely that seals particularly will no longer have their original manufactured elasticity and integrity.
Speaking for Mila Window and Door Maintenance, Business Development Manager Will Chan spoke about the contract “We were delighted to be appointed to be the installation partner for this fire door contract”. Clem Attlee Installation Video “Our site supervisors are fully certificated by BM Trada to oversee the...
Working with Mitie Construction Mila Window and Door Maintenance has installed 176 Sentry Fire Doors for residents at Jim Griffiths and Tom Williams Houses on the Clem Attlee Estate in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The FD30 Sentry Fire Doors specified by the client were installed over a 12-week period.
Residents had complained of draughts, of broken handles and windows that were hard to open and close. Some windows has failed and condensation was a growing problem. The windows were installed around 15 years ago and not scheduled to be replaced for 10 to 15 years.
Mila Maintenance is participating in an ad hoc window replacement scheme for Ongo Homes Scunthorpe, and is using the same disciplines to deliver outstanding service levels as it does for planned maintenance programmes.
Shepway District Council engaged Mila Window and Door Maintenance to visit and maintain the windows and doors in each of their 3,318 properties annually.
Working alongside contractor Lawtech Group the specialist window and door maintenance company was asked to install fire doors into the five-storey block of flats at Grosvenor House in the city to replace the original doors which had been installed when the flats were built.
Mila Window and Door Maintenance rise to the challenge of replacing sealed units seven storeys up in a high-rise office block in Sheffield.
Mila Window and Door Maintenance’s achievement of 99.44% on time completion performance for London and Quadrant Housing across more than 8,000 jobs in a 12-month period is an outstanding example of a company setting the highest standards on a Responsive Maintenance contract.
Mila Window and Door Maintenance regenerated 294 windows in a 16 storey block of flats in Hastings converting them from an ‘old-fashioned’ Pivot style window to a newer and easier to use Tilt and Turn style.
Mila Window and Door Maintenance refurbished Tilt and Turn Windows to 228 one and two bedroom flats in three high rise living accommodation blocks in Scunthorpe.
Residents of Hackney Homes have benefitted from a pioneering technical solution delivered through a collaborative approach between Hackney Homes, Hackney DLO, Lakehouse Construction and specialist contractor Mila Window and Door Maintenance.
Homes for Haringey’s Repairs Services division has just entered into an innovative and cost effective agreement with window and door maintenance company Mila Maintenance.
The project, registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme, began with a cometative tendering process in the form of a ‘pilot window refurbishment’.
Lynton Court is a three story scheme managed housing / retirement complex consisting of thirty-two, one bedroom apartments. The brick built complex was opened in 1985 and incorporates timber casement windows installed above decorative panels.
Mila Window and Door Maintenance’s expertise in working at height has proved a significant benefit for the client. Our highly trained and fully equipped team who can work safely as high as 30 storeys.
When Pembrokeshire College faced the huge expense and major upheaval of large-scale window refurbishment, they turned to MILA Maintenance.
Our relationship with Hanover Housing Association began at the Scottish Housing Conference in 2000 and has developed from a window lubrication and site survey service at four housing schemes in 2001.
In line with its statutory obligations under item 9 of BS8213 governing the cleaning and maintenance of windows, doors and roofsets.
We pride ouselves on our reputation for going the extra mile for our customers – and that helped us to win a contract at the University of Strathclyde where timber pivot windows in student accommodation blocks required repair and refurbishment.
A fire deliberately started on the landing area of an L.A. block of flats.