Hanover HA manages a wide range of schemes ranging from single storey rural developments to four-storey urban buildings and in turn there is a mix of timber, PVC-U and aluminium windows in place in a range of different styles.
Even though some of these windows are less than 5 years old, they can face problems including leaking gaskets, failed sealed units and broken hardware – none of which necessitate window replacement but all of which potentially cause discomfort and inconvenience to tenants. We demonstrated that a planned cyclical maintenance programme would be more cost effective and more appropriate for the needs of the association’s tenants and it has proved an overwhelming success.
All of the benefits which Mila Maintenance seeks to communicate about our service has been evident in our partnership with Hanover.
Our primary aim has been to extend the serviceable life of the windows and doors in the association’s properties and this it has achieved through using our team of NVQ qualified maintenance engineers to identify and solve problems before they even become an issue for tenants or scheme managers.