WE HELP MAINTAIN BUILDINGS IN PRISTINE CONDITION

Facilities management

Our nationwide team of technicians is available to swiftly rectify any damaged asset to help ensure that in busy commercial environments the highest standards are maintained.

Damaged tiles, chipped steps or scratched furnishings have the effect of spoiling any environment, particularly prestige workplaces or retail facilities. In some cases a damaged surface may present a safety hazard, obviously requiring urgent attention.

Magicman range of hard surface repair services enables facilities managers to keep premises in pristine condition. 

  • Damage such as cracks, chips, scratches, stains and scorch marks is erased from all types of hard surface, restoring to its previous condition
  • Cracks and chips are removed from the glass and glazed surfaces
  • Damage and graffiti is removed from external walls, fixtures and cladding
  • Metallic and plastic signage, bollards and street furniture refurbished to look as good as new.

Site briefing

Tags

Damaged worktops

Cracked tiles

Scratched furniture

Chipped sanitary ware

Glass repair

WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL

Magicman are following Government Guidance on the control of the coronavirus (Covid-19) and take the health and safety of their staff and customers extremely seriously. All our technicians are checked daily that they are safe to work and we do not attend any jobs where the customer has self-isolated. When our technicians are attending, they are wearing throwaway gloves and masks as necessary.

Our call centre staff are all in the office as usual and available to deal with all enquiries and immediate bookings. We are currently trying to deal with all bookings as fast as possible and to attend and complete works within 48 hours if achievable. Our repairs are carried out with the minimum of disruption and items are often back in use within a matter of hours.

Please call 0345 458 1010 or email [email protected] as usual.

For further guidance please visit the Government website: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public