Our network of multi-skilled, mobile engineers provides a fully reactive, 24/7 nationwide maintenance service.
Whatever the issue and wherever the property, we pride ourselves on responding to calls and getting to the site as quickly as possible - and when we’re there, the high-level of service and quality of delivery continues until the problem is resolved. Our responsive and measured reaction includes a built-in escalation process to get operations back up and running in the shortest time possible. Working efficiently and effectively every time not only results in minimal disruption on site but it is what makes SEE different from the rest.
Our highly responsive and effective helpdesk team are available 24/7, 365 days a year supporting you with all your maintenance requirements. Whether you have a loss of heating or electricity, a leaking roof, require a locksmith or need flood support, we are available at anytime.
Our responsive and measured reactions include a built-in escalation process enabling us to support our mobile teams, ensuring they are able to deal with all eventualities.
Ensuring your buildings are not only functional and comfortable, but also efficient and safe. Our multi-skilled technicians have a range of capabilities including flooring, carpentry, joinery, ceiling tiles, painting, plastering, tiling, locks and roof repairs along with other related planned preventive maintenance regimes.
A wide range of jobs can be be delivered on a single visit, limiting the need for multiple contractors not only just saving time but also reducing our carbon footprint.
Planned and reactive maintenance nationwide
A comprehensive range of cleaning services that covers both internal and external cleaning. This includes high access work, kitchen deep cleans, industrial high-level cleans, pressure washing and environmental cleaning, disaster recovery and drainage operations. Using the latest technologies and environmentally friendly techniques our highly trained team ensures hazardous materials, dirt, and other debris are removed from the environment either as a standalone service, or as part of a wider cleaning programme.