Understanding Repair and Maintenance of Traditional (Pre-1919) Buildings.

Three of our staff have received the level 3 award in Understanding Repair and Maintenance of Traditional (Pre-1919) Buildings. The purpose of this course is to demonstrate the knowledge and understanding required to work on the repair and maintenance of traditional (pre-1919) buildings in the workplace within the heritage sector.

The outcomes of the course are briefly summarised below:

  • Understand the Importance of repairing and maintaining traditional pre-1919 buildings.
  • Understand legislation and official guidance relating to repairing and maintaining traditional pre-1919 buildings.
  • Understand the importance of using traditional building methods and materials when repairing and maintaining traditional pre-1919 buildings.
  • Understand how to repair and maintain traditional pre-1919 buildings.
  • Understand how to maintain safe working practices during repair and maintenance of traditional (pre- 1919) buildings.

Interested in joining our growing team?

We have consistently grown our business year on year for the past three decades and have built a reliable and trustworthy reputation among our growing client list by continually investing in our people and expanding the services we offer.

In order to continue our sustainable growth we are looking for skilled tradespeople to join our expanding team; Carpentry, Heating/Plumbing Engineers, Wetroom Installers, Groundworks, and Electrical Engineers are among the positions available.

Competitive salary guaranteed, please get in touch for further information via the following link: Recruitment or call our offices on 01656 860259

Federation of Master Builders Cymru Winner 2021

Property Building Maintenance (Wales) Ltd. Have won the prestigious Commercial or Public Sector Project Award for the Conversion and Adaptation undertaken at 85-95 Llansawel Crescent, Briton Ferry, on behalf of social housing provider Tai Tarian.

FMB Statement on the project reads: 

Property Building Maintenance (Wales) Ltd’s work on this major redevelopment project saw them convert a disused office block into much-needed social housing in a local community. The job entailed significant work on the structure itself and on the services within, and several unforeseeable changes to the original plans also posed challenges to the budget. This Master Builder rose to the occasion and maintained excellent relationships with local stakeholders to deliver new housing to the local community on-time and within budget. One of the delighted new tenants stated: “The flats are really light, modern and airy and the quality is exceptional. I’m sure I’m going to be very happy here.”

Energy Efficiency Measures for Older and Traditional Buildings

We are currently training our workforce to provide the services our clients need to help them reach their zero carbon targets and make their homes more comfortable.

Our aim is to provide a single point of contact for the key services within the field of energy efficiency retrofit, including Solar PV/thermal, EWI, Air Source Heat, Electric Vehicle Charging, and more.

Taking a step in the right direction our Surveyor, Jac Lane, has recently achieved the Level 3 Qualification in Energy Efficiency Measures for Older and Traditional Buildings lectured by Professor John Edwards of the Environment Study Centre.

Learning outcomes of the comprehensive course include:

  • Making recommendations and giving advice on introducing energy efficiency measures for older and traditional buildings.
  • Evaluating the appropriate options for introducing energy efficiency measures for older and traditional buildings.
  • Recognise the age, nature, and characteristics of older and traditional buildings.

For more information or future collaborations, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Federation of Master Builders 2019 Winners

Property Building Maintenance (Wales) Ltd have been awarded the FMB 2019 award for major refurbishment works undertaken at Gwyn Court, sheltered accommodation housing, on behalf of client Tai Tarian.

The works entailed a full refurbishment of an independent site of 17 units to meet Welsh Housing Quality standards, RNIB compliance, Occupational Therapist reports and owner recommendations.

The following was published by the Federation of Master Builders:  The completed scheme was finished to the very highest of standards and has enabled the residents, who are mainly elderly and less abled, to enjoy much improved quality of life within the new facilities. The team at Property Building Maintenance (Wales) Ltd have stated that enhancing the lives of the residents and knowing they have made a real difference made the project hugely rewarding to them as a company. The judges were particularly impressed by the fact that this project was delivered ahead of schedule, under budget, and carried out whilst the residents remained in the building.

Ifan Glyn, Director of FMB Cymru, said: “The Master Builder Awards give the FMB the opportunity to celebrate a job well done and for clients to say thank you to their builders. For the construction industry, it is an opportunity to celebrate all that is good about small local building firms and their contribution to the UK economy.

“Time and time again, we have been impressed with just how far these builders will go to ensure their client is happy. It is this dedication that we want to celebrate. Property Building Maintenance (Wales) Ltd should feel justly proud of their achievement in winning and we wish the firm every success in the national competition.”

Property Building Maintenance (Wales) Ltd.

Committed to Providing the Best Building Maintenance, Refurbishment and New Build Services to our Clients.


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