All posts by Matthew Miller

Credit and debit card payments

We are pleased to announce that from Monday 14th April all Re:build engineers will be carrying mobile chip and pin terminals. This means that when your job is completed you will be able to settle your invoice with either a credit or debit card while the engineer is on site, with no extra charges.

A list of all the cards accepted is on our homepage. We have invested in this system because we believe that the experience of using any building company should be smooth and straight forward, now you are able to make payments from the comfort of your home.

We look forward to hearing what I’m sure will be positive feedback from our customers about the new system.

Busy, busy, busy

Here at Re:build we have been extremely busy over the last 6 weeks since we were last able to post. The home improvement market really has taken off again and there are no signs of it slowing up. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our current loyal customers for using Re:build and look forward to meeting any prospective customers reading this post.

Please don’t forget that by connecting with us through social media you can find out about the projects our engineers are working on and see plenty of examples of our ongoing and completed work.

Our Twitter is @rebuildltd, we look forward to you following us.

Our Facebook is Re:build Southeast Ltd, please like our page for regular updates.

Finally you can find us on Checkatrade, where you will be able to see exactly how our customers rate their experience of using Re:build.

Thanks from everyone at Re:build for taking time to read our posts and view our profiles online.

Bad Weather Continues

Over the last week the weather has done it’s best to destroy anything that had so far survived. Re:build have viewed a large number of jobs that require repairs due to the bad weather, a lot of which are caused by poor workmanship in the first place.
It is very important when getting a fence repaired or installed that you choose a company capable of producing a long-lasting end product.

Another part of peoples homes that really seems to be struggling with the weather is of course the roof. A poorly installed roof or gutter can cause a lot of serious internal problems including mould and damp. Please ensure you use a reputable company when repairing an existing roof or having a new roof installed.

Also this week Re:build have installed an impressive amount of lighting cables in a kitchen extension we have been working on. This is certainly the largest amount of lighting cables we have installed in one room, but I am sure the end result will be pretty special.

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Repairing the damage!

After the damage caused by the recent weather Re:build have been inundated with fence and roof repairs. The weather really has caused a lot of damage to properties in the area, and with more bad weather forecast, now is the time to make sure your property is weather proof. Below are some pictures of a fence completed by Re:build today.

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