A PROPERTY SERVICE THAT'S AS SOLID AS IT SOUNDS

A PROPERTY SERVICE THAT'S AS SOLID AS IT SOUNDS

Building Management

Bricks and Mortar take property management to the next level when it comes to Building Management.

In addition to the services offered with general property management, each building requires its own unique assessment and a structured set up to ensure it is maintained to the highest of standards.

From communal cleans, regular fire safety checks to health and safety assessments, Bricks and Mortar’s highly skilled property managers ensure that each building and development is fully compliant with legislation.

We currently manage a strong portfolio of small residential units to larger developments, each with its own entirely bespoke structure.

Our property managers believe that efficient building management starts at building relationships with our clients. From first contact, we will create an online property hub where you can access the status of your building when you’re on the move, at any time of day.

In addition to managing individual units, ensuring a building is well-managed and maintenance requires skill and structure. Contact us today for a consultation on how our building management team can give you peace of mind knowing that your building or development is in safe hands. 

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