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Working in the Clouds at the Snowdon Summit Visitor Centre

We were called recently to look at a specialist system in the highest building in the UK.  The Snowdon Summit Visitor Centre is the UK’s highest visitor centre and is operated by the Snowdon Mountain Railway.  Two of our engineers were among the half a million visitors who walk or catch the train to the top […]

Charity Walk – The Countdown is On

With our Charity Walk for Shelter Cymru only a month away, we took advantage of the recent beautiful weather to do a bit of a recce of our route. We started at the Llandegla Community Village Shop and began walking on the Offa’s Dyke Path heading north.  The path follows quiet streams and crosses fields, not gaining much […]

Sponsored Walk 2018

We’re lacing up our walking boots for our Charity Walk in aid of Shelter Cymru.  We regularly help our customers when they are without heating, and we’d like to help those without a place to call their own.  On Saturday, 9th June, Evans Maintenance employees will be walking 10 miles on the Offa’s Dyke Path from Llandegla […]

CHAS Accredited 2018 – 2019

CHAS Accreditation Awarded in March Since 2007 Evans Maintenance has been CHAS accredited continuously year on year. So for over 10 years we have remained CHAS compliant. We take Health & Safety seriously and where possible exceeding the requirements has become a personal challenge for us. Our systems of work, qualifications, competence and examples of […]

Evans Maintenance Win 2017 Flintshire Business Award

The Gala Awards ceremony of the prestigious annual Flintshire Business Awards 2017 was held in the elegant surroundings of Soughton Hall. The black-tie dinner is a flagship event forming part of Flintshire in Business 2017 The stunning Georgian country house with its grand entrance drive and landscaped gardens set the scene for what turned out to […]

Worcester Bosch come to visit!

Worcester Bosch called to our offices to top up our engineers knowledge base on the latest Worcester products line. A training session in the morning for half our engineers followed by an afternoon of training for the others, the engineers reported back that the information provided by the trainer (David Parsons) was in depth and […]

7 Reasons To Get Your Boiler Fit For Winter

Getting your boiler winter ready sounds like common sense.  However, the boiler is not something we think too much about until the autumn arrives. Suddenly, property owners flick the switches and set the times and it’s time to shock the boiler into life once again for another hard winter. 1.  Keeping your Warranty Valid If you […]

Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality Poor indoor air quality can lead to the number of people who suffer from asthma to increase by up to 80% over the next 35 years if the current regulations and not changed. A report released in September ‘The Future of Indoor Air Quality in UK Homes’ by Professor Hazim Awbi on […]

How Gas Engineers Deal With Unsafe Situations

Gas engineers have a responsibility to advise you when they find dangerous gas installations onsite. Their actions are determined by the requirements of the Gas Safe (Installation & Use) Regulations and the guidance given in the Gas Industry Unsafe Situations Procedure. When a gas engineer identifies a defect on an installation or judges any to be […]

Carbon Monoxide Alarms – Landlord Responsibility

The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015 Are you aware that new regulations came into force from the 1st October 2015 which require landlords in England to install both smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms to protect the their residents. Existing rules meant that owners of property built before June 1992 were not legally obliged […]