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You can now buy Skyline online

Did you know you can now buy Skyline Aluminium Fascia & Soffit on the Rainclear website www.rainclear.co.uk?

Rainclear are known as the UK’s leading stockist and online retailer of metal rainwater systems and continue to add to the ranges they offer on their ecommerce website where you can pay securely with PayPal or credit card. In addition to the unrivalled range of metal rainwater systems in cast iron, aluminium, Galvanised Steel, Copper and Zinc you’d expect to find on their site, you will also find cast iron soil pipes, roof drainage products, water butts and rainwater diverters, capping and coping solutions.

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Record year for Mobile Mini

Mobile Mini, a leading hirer of portable site accommodation and secure storage containers, has reported record results for its UK business.

Mobile Mini’s turnover reached £66.6 million during the 12 months to December 2017, an 11.3 per cent increase on the previous year.

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New Safetrak for faster equipment inspections

With Brady's new Safetrak, time consuming paper based equipment inspections can become a lot faster. Planning, inspecting and reporting can be streamlined, customised and largely automated in the Safetrak app to save time.

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Top tips to improve your Construction lock-out tag-out programme

Having a lock-out tag-out programme is extremely important in all construction trade companies, in order to ensure that dangerous machines are properly shut off once work is complete. The procedure is also used to ensure that machines are unable to restart prior to the completion of work. To keep this procedure as up to date and therefore as safety conscious as possible, there are some tips to consider: 

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Deans Farm demolition by Mick George

A former agricultural site known as Deans Farm in Leighton Buzzard is set for major redevelopment, transforming the existing landscape in to a £3.6m commercial premises.

Construction experts Mick George Ltd on behalf of Parkway Construction (MK) Ltd will shortly commence Demolition of the existing office / store buildings and two bungalows, making way for an impressive warehouse, loading bay, sorting shed, service-yard, office and vehicle-parking facility, on this 1.79-hectare site off of the A505.

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