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Commercial Heating Engineer – Job opportunity at Maxiflow

Maxiflow Career Advancement and Mechanical & Electrical Job Opportunity in Chester

There is a new job opportunity in the Maxiflow Mechanical & Electrical Division:

Commercial Heating Engineer

An experienced, multi-skilled heating engineer is required to join a busy commercial mechanical & electrical team in Chester.

Essential:

  • Professional experience in heating and gas engineering
  • Full, clean driving licence

Desirable:

  • Gas Safe Certification

The successful applicant will be required to carry out a CRB check, at the employer’s expense.

Hours: 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday 7.30am – 4.30pm
Wage: Negotiable depending on experience.

This position will be based out of our Chester office in Christleton.

At Maxiflow we strive for excellence, so if you believe you are multi-skilled and talented enough to keep up with the demands of an ever-expanding business, then we’d like to hear from you. Call Tony on 07719 107248 for further information.

To apply for this job, send a CV (with covering letter) by email to tony@maxiflow.co.uk.

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So your buying a House or Commercial Premises?

nadc-logo-3So you are buying a house or maybe a commercial premises? Either way it’s very important to have a survey. You’ve had the roof checked? Searched for damp and made sure that the structure is sound but have you checked the drains? Drain surveys are sometimes overlooked but are clearly important and are often a requirement of mortgage lenders and insurance companies prior to the exchange of contracts.

Any survey on a potential property purchase should always include a homebuyer’s drainage survey to make sure things go where they should when they leave your sink, shower or toilet. Also damaged drains can cause significant structural damage.

The National Association of Drainage Contractors website @nacduk is the place to go to find your certified Drainage Surveyor. The NADC website contains a database of Drainage Surveyors across the UK. Using a NADC certified surveyor means that you are getting the best information on your new home. An NADC Drainage Surveyor will provide you with a concise, easy to understand report which will include:

  1. Structural Conditional Reporting
  2. Identification of misconnections
  3. Drainage System Ownership
  4. Mapping of the Drainage System.
  5. Detection of Vermin Infestation
  6. Accurate location of Structural defects

It is likely a drain survey will require a specialist, very much like an electrical or damp survey. Make sure that your specialist is fully qualified. It Makes sense.

So if you are looking for a NADC Certified Drain Surveyor? Look no further than Maxiflow!!!

Call Luke on 07740 611456 for further details.

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Maxiflow congratulates Chester FC on their 5-0 win

chester-fcMaxiflow wish to congratulate Chester FC on their 5-0 win against Dover on Saturday. As Chester FC,s stadium improvement partner, Maxiflow is proud to support our local football team and community.

Follow your local team on Facebook and twitter@chesterFC.

Jon McCarthy made one change from the side that drew 0-0 with local rivals Wrexham the previous weekend as Sam Hughes returned in place of Blaine Hudson. The game started fairly open, with both sides looking to get the ball down and play football. The visitors enjoyed a shade more of the possession however the Blues looked dangerous on the counter attack.

The first real chance of the game fell to the ever-dangerous Ricky Miller, as he made space in the middle of the park and fired just wide of Roberts’ right post. Chester’s first chance of the game fell to James Alabi as he rose highest to meet Elliott Durrell’s free kick but couldn’t trouble Steven Arnold in the Dover goal.

The Blues had a glorious chance to open the scoring after twenty-eight minutes as Kane Richards did well to turn his man before cutting back towards Alabi, but the final touch just eluded the big-man and drifted across the face of goal. As the half went on Chester were in the ascendancy and after nice link-up play by the impressive Craig Mahon, Kane Richards and James Alabi, Johnny Hunt crossed for Durrell at the far post, who saw two efforts blocked on the edge of the six-yard area.

Dover forged another good chance with three minutes to go until half time as Emmanuel dispossessed Ryan Astles and played in Miller but he couldn’t keep his shot down whilst under pressure.

After Luke George replaced Ryan Astles at half time, the Blues started the half brightly. First Theo Vassell ran at the heart of the Dover defence before going to ground, with no free kick awarded. Shortly after Durrell cut inside from the right and tried a curling effort with the outside of his right boot that was blocked.

The positive start paid off for the hosts as Kane Richards slotted through Johnny Hunt, who coolly slide the ball under the rushing Steven Arnold to break the deadlock.

One very quickly became two as from the kick-off James Alabi intercepted a pass back to Grimes, just inside the Dover half, before driving at the defence and firing a low effort to Arnold’s left from just inside the penalty area.

Dover had a golden opportunity to reduce the deficit on the hour mark as Moses Emmanuel beat the last line of defence, rounded Liam Roberts but couldn’t prevent Theo Vassell from getting back and clearing the ball off the line.

The visitors created another chance as centre back Jamie Grimes got into some space down the left wing before picking out Ricky Miller, who could only volley the ball out of the ground.

With ten minutes to go Chester added a third, after Elliott Durrell was brought down by Aswad Thomas inside the penalty area the Blues midfielder dusted himself off and sent Steven Arnold the wrong way in the Dover goal.

The Blues almost added a fourth as Craig Mahon got some space down the left wing before pulling back, and much like in the first half, just out of reach of James Alabi.

The home fans didn’t have long to wait until getting the fourth though and it came courtesy of the man of the match, Craig Mahon. After Durrell’s corner was headed out Akintunde set up Mahon who rifled home from the edge of the penalty area.

With time running down the Blues were able to add a fifth and cap off an incredible performance as Elliott Durrell won the ball in the left channel, beat his man before standing a cross for Akintunde to head home.

 

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Maxiflow receives National Association of Drainage Contractors Accreditation

nadc-logo-3Maxiflow is pleased to announce receiving National Association of Drainage Contractors Accreditation.

The NADC @nadcuk is committed to the development of a national network of certified contractors across the UK and Ireland. They promote these certified contractors to clients who are seeking professional companies to carry out their work.

Maxiflow is now fully competent in drainage CCTV surveying and as a result has received a recognised EU Skills approved qualification. This gives Maxiflow a recognised method of demonstrating our abilities to our clients and will ensure a standard of competency. The course was fully compliant with the Drain Code section of the Manual of Sewer Condition Classification 5th Edition.

The course content included the following:

  • Drain ownership and sewerage law
  • Drain design, drain misconnections and components
  • Drain investigation best practice
  • CCTV survey practical exercise
  • Drainage classification coding
  • Condition grading and the need for drain
  • Selection and specification of the correct drain repair technique.

Maxiflow considers our workforce to be our most important asset. We therefore strive to ensure that we have access to the most up to date training. This ensures that our operatives will always perform to the highest standards possible, providing a quality service and 100% customer satisfaction.

So if you require any of the following services: –

Please give Luke a call on 07740 611456.

 

 

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Maxiflow installs new boiler system at Country House Hotel in Shropshire

Maxiflow have recently completed a commission to replace a very old heating boiler system at Meeson Hall near Telford.

Built in 1640 by the Tayleur family, Meeson Hall is a fine and unique example of a traditional red sandstone Shropshire manor house hotel. It’s set in eight acres of tranquil landscaped gardens and paddocks.

This engagement was a large project and involved considerable planning on Maxiflows behalf due to the boiler and pipework being encapsulated in asbestos. The ceiling and walls were also asbestos sheets. The asbestos was safely removed from the site in line with the Control of Asbestos at Work regulations 2012.

The job involved draining down the existing system removing the heating boilers, redundant hot water cylinder and oil tanks. The majority of the materials removed will be recycled.

Before

2 x Ferroli cast boilers with Riello burners were then installed complete with a new heat exchanger, pipe work and new flue system. The new boilers use the lastest in energy efficient technology and should should result in considerable energy cost savings for our client over the lifetime of the boilers.

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So if you wish to book a leisurely break in the beautiful Shropshire countryside please visit the Meeson Hall website or Facebook page.

 

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