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.
Each quarter Mila Maintenance and Installation will be promoting focused case studies, news stories, white papers and blogs about key subjects which affect the sector we work in.
In all cases we look at best practice when it comes to product selection, the delivery of our site services and the positive impact that good relationships with the clients in whose buildings we work can help to deliver.
This quarter our focus is on Commercial Installations and how our planned and responsive maintenance packages and range of service contracts are designed to support those who own or manage commercial buildings, whether at low level or in high rise applications such as office blocks, hotels, hospitals, universities, shopping centres, or privately owned apartment living.
As always, we continue to look at the benefits which a proactive approach to maintenance brings, including the extension to the life of installed products, and the reduced financial costs these programmes deliver.
I hope you find the information below useful and informative, and please get in touch if we can help you in any way to meet the challenges you face.
Tristan Cooke, Managing Director
The project, registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme, began with a cometative tendering process in the form of a ‘pilot window refurbishment’.
A specialist window contractor was required to service and repair almost 1,000 Aluminium Windows across three floors of two office blocks in central Sheffield.
Tenants of Wade House reported that windows were draughty and difficult to open and close. This was affecting warmth in the winter and ventilation in the summer.
We were approached by the client who had a need to source replacements parts for existing windows in the building they manage at Castle Wharf Nottingham to bring all windows back to full operation.
Mila Window and Door Maintenance rise to the challenge of replacing sealed units seven storeys up in a high-rise office block in Sheffield.