WHAT DO WE DO?
SERVICES PROVIDED BY SECURE CONTRACTING
We provide services for Boiler Breakdowns, Electrical Services, Kitchen Installation, Bathroom Installation,
Roofing and Guttering, Flooring Services, Joinery Services and more!
This service allows you to respond to urgent maintenance issues quickly and easily, protecting the reputation of your client and their property.
Swift and professional, this reactive maintenance service takes care of all urgent repairs, helping you avoid delays and bad workmanship.
When your client’s property requires extensive work and attention, be it a new kitchen, bathroom, property upgrade or commercial schedules of dilapidation, Themis provides full-service project management, taking work from concept to completion.
A leaky tap, a broken light, a faulty toilet: they’ll not bring the house down but they will bring the rent down. Fixing non-urgent repairs is an essential part of property maintenance; what might be a minor nuisance today could turn into a major problem tomorrow
The kitchen is stripped out, usually in this order: doors, drawers, oven, hob, cornice, lights, wall units, tiles, worktop including sink, plinths and last of all, base units. … If any cables or plumbing needs to be moved, this will then be done before any patching/floor levelling or skimming of walls.
Bathroom fitters install all aspects of bathrooms including showers, baths, sinks, toilets and storage units. Many bathroom fitters work as a team, made up of specialists.
Roof is the most important aspect in the home since it protects you and your family from many things. Roof block the rain wind hail and, snow.. They also catch most of the sunlight and provide you the insulation to keep the house warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Flooring installers are hired to complete new floor installations in homes and businesses. They install carpet, linoleum, laminate, hardwood, and tile floors. In addition, flooring installers apply blocks, strips, shock absorbers, and decorative elements.
Joiners are trained craftsman who makes or joins the wood, usually in a workshop, whereas a carpenter constructs the timber on site. In simple terms, a joiner makes the wood that a carpenter then fixes on site. A joiner, therefore, is usually associated with making doors, windows, staircases and fitted furniture that is normally made in a workshop off-site, due to the heavy machinery involved.