Property Maintenance London

in one place

Book services now or request a FREE discovery call with one of our senior technicians to discuss your needs and the best options for your certification, repairs or new installation needs in your rental, residential or commercial property.

Property Maintenance London

in one place

Book services now or request a FREE discovery call with one of our senior technicians to discuss your needs and the best options for your certification, repairs or new installation needs in your rental, residential or commercial property.

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Being a general engineer or technician is no longer the base standard for modern installations in your property. With daily advances in optimisation of modern systems, installers not only need to understand and employ the correct installation methods but also need to be competent in correct commissioning of such systems.  

At Pyramid Solution we ensure our technician are firstly trained by the manufacturers of the products we use, but also ensure continued professional development to guarantee each installation is optimised for both functionality and Energy Efficiency.

Your property maintenance partner

Choose a partner with more than 10 years’ experience in the property maintenance and services. A dedicated office to ensure your queries are handled efficiently and quickly and a team of senior engineers and technician with 25 years + experience in their relevant sector.

Our team is here to navigate you through the service and compliance needs of your property. If you are unsure of your requirements, our free service review call will ensure you receive the best guidance to meet these needs. This advice ranges from certification compliance  to design and system upgrades, with no obligation to buy.


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Why landlord and agents use us

We are Pyramid Solution, we strive to deliver a complete and one-stop service to meet the needs of landlords, property managers and letting agents.

With the ever-growing list of landlord safety certificates and compliance, we aim to simplify the process for landlords or agents that spend countless hours and resources booking, arranging access and chasing multiple providers. Our dedicated management software will then automatically notify you when these are due for renewal. Make this the last search you need to make for your compliance needs.

In addition we specialise in property maintenance and installation services to meet the required standards. Not only do we understand the safety needs of a rental property but also the energy efficiency requirements to make your rental investment both compliant and attractive to potential occupants. This why we have been trusted and used by thousands of landlords and agents since 2011.

If you are unsure of your obligations or maintenance requirements, request a FREE service discovery call today, where one of our senior technician can discuss your needs at length with no obligation to buy.


Request two or more of the below services and receive a 20% discount on your first order.

With the growing need for inspections to ensure compliance, take away the time consuming hassle of contacting multiple organisations and accommodating multiple visits to your property. We always aim to complete all of your instructions within one allocated time slot to offer you the most efficient service whilst creating the least incoveneince. Contact us today to book your required services.

Landlord legal obligations and need to know

Gas safety Certificates are a legal requirement for Landlords in the UK. A Gas safety inspection can only be carried out by a qualified and insured Gas Safe Registered Engineer. Gas Safety Certificates should be renewed every 12 months. Read more about Gas Safety Certificates and your responsibilities as a landlord.

As of 2020 landlords are required by law to have carried out a valid EICR for their rental properties. This is to ensure tenants are protected from electrical safety dangers and also avoid other hazards such as fires caused by unsafe electrics. Read more to find out your responsibilities and also how to protect your property and tenants from electrical hazards.

It is not a legal requirement for landlords to have Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) carried out on their rental properties in the UK. However, it is a good practice for landlords to instruct PAT testing on their rental properties as a way to ensure the safety of their tenants and their property.

Landlords have a legal responsibility to ensure that their rental properties are safe and free from electrical dangers. PAT testing can help identify any potential electrical issues with portable appliances and equipment. Some local authorities in the UK have their own additional requirements for electrical safety in rental properties and landlords should check with their local authority to see if there are any specific electrical safety requirements in their borough. Read more about the possible liabilities of not having a PAT test carried out.

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a legal requirement for rental properties in the UK. Landlords must obtain an EPC for their properties before they are marketed for rent and they must be made available to prospective tenants. The EPC displays the efficiency of a property. Read more about EPC and their importance in the rental market and obligations to meet Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES).

An inventory check is a detailed report of the condition of a rental property and its contents before the start of a tenancy. Having an inventory check carried out can protect both landlords and tenants by providing evidence of damage, prevent Tenant Deposit Scheme disputes, and streamline the moving out process. Read more about inventories and how they can benefit you.

Landlords must meet fire safety regulations in the UK. Their duties include regular regular fire risk assessments, fire detection/warning systems, safety procedures and others.

Landlords must know their fire safety duties and take steps to protect their buildings. Failure can result in fines or worse. Read more about your liabilities and best actions to take

According to guidance from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) landlords are required to take steps in order to identify and assess the risk of legionella in their rental properties. They should put measures in place to control the risks and  this include cleaning and disinfecting water systems, maintaining water temperatures and undertaking regular inspections. Records of legionella risk assessments should be kept and necessary actions should be taken to resolve any risks highlighted. Landlords have a legal responsibility to ensure that their rental properties are safe and free from risk of legionella infection. Read more about your responsibilities and best practices

You chose to be a landlord to make money, therefore whilst the ultimate goal is to increase profitability and efficiency, another priority high on your list is to ensure you property is safe and compliant so you can sleep easy at night. Your property management company should up to speed with the lastest regulations and inform you according, however further guidance is also available from organisations such as NRLA, Landlordzone, Propertymark and Landlordvision. For an in-depth assessment of your specific rental property needs book a FREE service call request with our team today.

Safety guidance

Overloading electrical sockets can be dangerous due to its potential to start a fire. It is important to only use one plug per socket and to avoid using multiple adapters or extension leads and bars to plug in additional appliances. Overloading sockets can also cause damage to the wiring installation and the appliances which could lead to costly repairs. Read more about these dangers and how to prevent them.

Condensation can lead to the growth of mould within a property and this can be harmful to health. Mould can cause respiratory issues, allergies and other health problems. This can especially affect people with existing conditions such as asthma or other respiratory conditions. It is important to prevent condensation from the start and control the growth of mouldby improving ventilation and insulation in the home but also heating the property adequately. Another important step is to regularly clean and dry surfaces where mould may grow. Read more about the dangers of mould and best ways to prevent it.

In addition to posing a danger to life and health of the occupants, unsafe electrics can be costly to property owners in the event of incidents such as fires. Poorly installed or maintained electrical systems can create a risk of shock or electrocution. In addition as mentioned can be a danger to the structure and fabric of the building as well as compmemts such as appliances or equipment within the property. Read more to learn how to identify these hazards and place safety measures in place.

Gas leaks can be dangerous for residents and anybody who comes in contact with them. Gas can explode if it comes in touch with a flame or spark. This can destroy property and endanger nearby residences. A gas leak can also raise the risk of fire if a spark or flame ignites the gas.  In addition gas inhalation causes health issues such as dizziness, headaches, and nausea. Read more to find out how to look out for gas leaks and safety procedures.

Carbon monoxide (CO) is sometimes referred to as a “silent killer” because it is difficult to detect due to its lack of odour, taste, or colour, as well as its inability to irritate the eyes or throat.

CO is dangerous because it can displace oxygen in the body resulting in oxygen deprivation and symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, nausea and fatigue. CO at high concentrations can cause unconsciousness and death. Read more on how to be aware of the risk of Carbon Monoxide poisoning and how to take precautions to avoid it.

The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Amendment) Regulations 2022 came into force on 1 October 2022. The amendment to the regulations outline the location and requirements of smoke and CO alarms for landlords. It also outlined the new requirements for CO alarms in rooms containing combustion appliance and in addition landlord’s and tenants responsibilities with regards to maintenance or testing. Read more to find out about these regulations and avoid fines of up to £5000.

Landlords in the UK have a legal obligation to ensure that their rental properties are safe and fit for human habitation. This includes inspecting windows and doors to ensure they are in good repair and meet certain safety standards.

According to the Housing Act of 2004, landlords must ensure that all windows in a rental property have “an appropriate degree of protection against falling out” if they are more than 800 mm above the floor. This usually means that windows must be made of safety glass or other comparable materials. Read more to find out your responsibilities to avoid incidents and fines.

The Housing Health and Safety Rating System specifies the specific requirements for window restrictors in rented properties (HHSRS). The HHSRS requires that windows in rented properties be designed, built, and maintained in a way that reduces the risk of falls from windows.

Landlords may need to install window restrictors to limit the maximum opening of windows to a safe level in order to meet these requirements. The exact maximum opening will be determined by the property’s specific circumstances, such as the height of the window and the risk of falls. Read more to find out about your responsibilities as a landlord.

Tips and guides on heating systems​

There are many reasons why gas boilers should be serviced every year. 

Gas boilers can be hazardous if not properly maintained. A malfunctioning gas boiler can emit carbon monoxide, a toxic gas that can be fatal. Regular maintenance ensures that the boiler is safe to use and does not emit carbon monoxide. A well-maintained gas boiler is less likely to malfunction or break down. Regular maintenance can assist in identifying and resolving issues before they become more serious and result in a costly breakdown. Read more to find out how else an annual service can help your boiler.

A magnetic filter is a sort of equipment that is designed to remove impurities from the water that is used in a heating system that are magnetic as well as non-magnetic in nature. Having a magnetic filter installed offers a number of advantages, including increased productivity, extended life expectancy of the heating system, and lower operating expenses. Read more how they benefit your system and why you cant afford to not have a magnetic filter fitted.

Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRVs) help you save money by allowing you to control the temperature in specific rooms or areas of your home. Thermostatic radiator valves allow you to heat only the areas that are being used rather than your entire home which can save energy and lower your heating bills. Read more to find out other benefits of TRVs.

Knowing how to top up the pressure in your own boiler has several advantages such as

saving money, by topping up the pressure in your own boiler rather than paying a heating engineer to do it for you.

Knowing how to top up the pressure in your own boiler can be especially useful in peak periods where waiting times could be much longer.

Read more to find out the various methods in topping up a boiler depending on the type heating system you may have.

Apart from the added benefit of saving labour charges from a heating engineer to service your magnetic filter, having the knowledge will allow you maintain it more regularly and ensure your heating system runs more efficiently. Read more to find out the steps in cleaning your magnetic filter.

A common asked question is whether modern heating systems work more efficiently if they are left at lower temperatures when not needed or they should be turned off all together Read more to find out the answer and best practices in saving energy during the winter months?

Should the heating be turned off in rooms that are not occupied or not in use or rather left at lower temperatures to balance out the temperature differential within a property. This can depend on a number of factors such as the size or layout of your property. Read more to find out the best solution.

There can be a number of factors associated to noisy radiators or noisy heating system. These can include trapped air, sludge, dirt and many others. Read more to find out symptoms and best solutions for this problem.

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This article outlines 5 most common issues with your central heating system. Read more to find out what these are.

What are the most common causes of electrics tripping in your home? Read more to find out how to detect and rectify some of these issues

Common issues associated with not having or correctly utilising a kitchen hood. Read more to find out what they are and how best to avoid them.

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What our clients say

Very happy with the property care services provided. Spoke to Michael there and his knowledge of the property rental rules was impressive. They have become my go to company for maintenance, plumbing and electrical services.
Atul K.
Excellent quality, really professional, polite, punctual. Have been using many of their services for quite a few years and one of the very few companies that I would not hesitate to recommend to others as they have never let me down.
Bristant Investments
We have worked with Pyramid for many years and will continue to do so. They are professional, have great communication and would highly recommend them.
Jackie C.
Such a professional and knowledgeable company. Will definitely use again and recommend. The mildew/damp problems we had on a rental property were inspected quickly. We were advised on solutions and after authorising works going ahead, the parts were ordered and a follow up visit to carry out all works was arranged. What also impressed me was that Pyramid Solution also took the time to educate our tenant on ways to avoid future problems that would probably not occur to most people to have such an effect.
S. Booth
Pyramid has completed EWI's for some of our properties. Very impressed with how thorough and professionally they walked us through the process. Incredibly impressed with the finished results of the properties. In addition, both Landlords and Tenants are happy. Well Done Pyramid! Keep up the good work.
Harris Homes
Pyramid Solution were great - I needed an inventory completing; they were really responsive, completed the inventory with only a few days notice and shared a detailed file the next day. Thank you for making the process so easy!
Grace Mc.
I called on Pyramid to repair my boiler breakdown. It was over the Xmas break but they still managed to find out the problem and order the parts. It is now working again fine and my tenant is over the moon. Thank you Pyramid.
Philip M.
Very good value for money and responsive service of my heat exchanger - one of only a handful of companies that will service these. Would recommend..
Ryan E.