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In regards to a fuse, similar to changing a light bulb, it is possible to change these yourself. Here we will provide a breakdown of how to change a fuse and how to avoid creating a faulty or dangerous product
If you are a landlord, leasing your property or a tenant renting a property, it can sometimes lead to unwanted maintenance and repairs and it’s not always clear who is responsible when things go wrong.
If you experience an emergency such as complete loss of power and it is not a power cut, you can instruct Clockwork Maintenance, where an electrician will attend at the earliest convenience.
If you find that your radiator is hot and cold in places, it is most likely that your radiator needs bleeding. This is a simple first-step solution that can be done before calling out an engineer. Trapped air in the radiator can restrict the circulation of hot water, which means less heat is emitted […]
Mould and condensation is one of the most troublesome forms of damp that can appear in your home. Here, Clockwork tells you how to prevent this.
Blocked drains if left, can lead to serious consequences such as flooding and subsequent damages. There is also the issue of understanding who is responsible for what drain and whether the issue is with your house or a communal fault. First things first, to try and avoid these issues in the first place, check […]
At Clockwork, we’ve put together some of our favourite DIY tips, which can hopefully help you along the way
There are lots of things that can be done to help keep the cold out and the warm in. Here we look at ways to keep your home cosy, with some advance preparation
Here we look at the different ways of extending property as well as making use of existing space, as well as planning permission.
Often properties are not left secure because of a distraction or not properly locking your home. It is worth checking your products regularly to ensure that they are still working to their full capacity, items like locks, handles, frames and alarms all need to be checked and maintained on a regular basis.
There are many benefits to renting out a student property, you can almost guarantee a 12 month tenancy well in advance and if you get it right, with most university degrees lasting for 3-4 years you could maintain the same tenants for this period