Nottingham Maintenance is proud to announce that the Strathdon Hotel in Nottingham will be using our services. NM Services will be carrying out all external painting to the property, we look forward to showing you before and after pictures at a later date.
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The PAL Card (Powered Access Licence) is recognised worldwide across industries as proof of platform operator training to the highest standard. It is issued by the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) to platform operators who successfully complete a training course at an IPAF-approved training centre. The PAL Card is valid for five years. It shows the date on which the holder was assessed and the expiry date by which re-training would be needed. It shows the types of equipment that the holder has been trained to operate. It shows the level to which the holder has been trained, e.g. operator, demonstrator and instructor. It has security features including a holographic logo and the holder's photograph and signature to prevent mis-use. Who needs a PAL Card? If you need to work at height and use access equipment: IPAF believes that you should receive basic training. In addition to your main job, e.g. electrician, painter, decorator, cleaner, you will acquire a new skill. Platforms are designed to be easy to use and offer a safe way to work at height, but with basic training you will use the equipment more effectively and safely.
A private Landlady wanted to make a feature out of the lounge area using the chimney breast as the main focal point. We first stripped of all the plaster to the chimney area and grinned out all the dead pointing between the bricks, once this was done to a depth of no less then 12mm we repointed the area using sand and cement. Once the pointing had dried we cleaned all the brick faces with a hard brush, brick cleaner (brick acid) and washed down for a beautiful clean finish.
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