Natural Resources Wales is the largest Welsh Government sponsored body with 15 offices across the length and breadth of Wales. It was to the Cross Hands location in South West Wales that the Greenway engineers were called to carry out a survey of the guttering at the rear of the building.

Following the site visit, it was found that the building has galvanised steel boxed gutters on the roofs, where approximately 10 meters in length of guttering had come away from its fixings on the rear roof at gutter level.

Our engineers attended the site and after erecting a fixed 10-metre section of scaffolding up to gutter level, the loose section was disconnected and new brackets installed. The existing steel guttering was then refitted and all joints sealed to the rest of the guttering.

Whilst on site carrying out the rear repairs, our engineers highlighted that the same issue with the steel box gutter was also happening at the front of the property. The Greenway project team raised this with the site and a revised quote was quickly submitted and accepted. The on-site team then moved the scaffolding to the front of the property so that the repairs to the fixings of the steel box guttering could be carried out.

Thanks to the thoroughness of our on-site engineers, working together with our efficient project team in the office, Greenway was able to save the client time and money by identifying and carrying out additional essential repairs at the same site on the same day. At Greenway, we pride ourselves on always going the extra mile as part of our high quality customer service and delivery.

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