Business Services in 2017 Installations

With 2016 coming to a close, 2017 looks to be the year for businesses to take the plunge and make significant improvements in a bid to secure larger projects and higher profile names to associate themselves with.

To ensure that businesses are running smoothly 24/7 they rely solely on employed facilities managers or the services of external contractors to make sure that they look the part and boost any potential customers confidence in their abilities.

These are just a small selection of the low-cost business services for 2017 that you can look to implement in your business today.

Cladding Refurbishment

Naturally, over time external cladding structures will corrode and be in need of repairs. With the adverse weather in the UK constantly changing, all of the small fittings and bolts that secure cladding sheets can be in danger of collapsing, causing serious harm to any passers-by.

Cladding panel refurbishment is the process that considers the buildings entire cladding coating. The facilities manager or external contractor will complete a full audit of the site, before suggesting any beneficial changes.

Cladding Re-Spraying

Once the cladding panels have been refurbished, they are then in a position to be re-sprayed. Contractors usually complete this step as a series of steps are required for the best possible finish.

As the cladding sheets are often based high up on buildings, access equipment is almost certainly needed. On site spraying, professionals may have their own available or be able to utilise any pieces of equipment that could be on site.

Cut Edge Corrosion Treatment

Corrosion occurs when a panel has not had a protective coating applied after cutting down to size or being installed on a building.

When being manufactured, cladding sheets are cut to size and remain untreated until on site. It is the installers responsibility to suggest and provide a cladding coating to prevent corrosion from occurring.

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