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Be Prepared For Winter Weather With Greengates Builders Merchants Accrington, Lancashire!

It's sad to say but summer's nearly over and before we know it it'll be winter again! Before the winter strikes it's a good idea to carry out some maintenance work on certain areas of your home in order to prevent them from getting any worse with the weather we will undoubtedly face. So over the next few days here at Greengates Builders Merchants Accrington, Lancashire we will be walking you through some important areas of your home that you should consider checking over and repairing if necessary. We will be providing you with helpful tips, methods and advice that should hopefully make the job easier.

Maintenance work on properties is essential in order to prevent cumulative damage and maximise their lifetime. Maintenance work on walls, paths and paving each year protects them from deterioration which in turn reduces the risk of costly repairs. Maintenance is therefore the key to protecting your home and other buildings from common damage and reducing the likelihood of more costly repairs that could be required in the future.

Greengates Builders Merchants Accrington, Lancashire is therefore aiming to provide you over the next 5 days with the information you need about areas that may require repairs and the best methods and materials to use.

The areas of repair that we will be covering will include:

  • Repairing Cracked Concrete Paths,
  • Repairing Masonry Walls,
  • Repairing Paving,
  • Repairing Fences,
  • Repairing Renders.

 

So join us online at www.­greengates.­co.­uk, Facebook and Twitter over the next 5 days to discover what repair work you should be thinking about carrying out.

For more information about any of the materials that you require please don’t hesitate to contact us now on: 01254 872061 or visit us in store.

 

Greengates Builders Merchants delivering to the whole of Lancashire including: Accrington, Blackburn, Burnley, Clitheroe, Darwen, Great Harwood, Haslingden, Padiham and Pendle.