PARTNERSHIPS

C&K Services (London) Ltd are principle contractor who pride ourselves on our knowledge of innovative systems, our highly skilled, experiences and fully vetted in-house staff are constantly being trained in the use of market leading materials and water proofing systems, which allows us to provide insurance backed warranties on a range of our works.

We are approved contractors in the use of:

  • Dulux paint systems under Dulux select/direct and are working to achieve Dulux contract partnership.
  • Keim mineral based paint systems.
  • Repair care international: resin repair systems.
  • Helifix sustainable structural solutions.
  • Sika Balcons and Sika Elastics waterproofing and membrane systems
  • Rubber bond fleece back EPDM
  • QA National Warranties
  • NFRC: National Federation of Roofing Contractors Limited
  • Trust Mark :government endorsed standards.
  • P.D.A :Painting & Decorating Associations

Accreditations

DULUX SELECT DECORATOR / TRUSTMARK REGISTERED CERTIFICATE

Dulux Select Decorators

Quality workmanship

Dulux-approved decorators are experienced professionals whose abilities and skills are of the highest standard. You can also be certain that their work will comply with any relevant regulations, such as those laid down by the Health & Safety Executive.

How Are Members Selected?

Every single member of Dulux Select has been carefully chosen for our quality of workmanship, experience, honesty, reliability, and above all excellent customer service. This is not a one off selection process. Monitoring of member's work is an on-going process.

Quality products

Be assured that your decorator will only use good quality materials appropriate for the job. They will not skimp or take short-cuts to keep costs down.

No hidden costs or nasty surprises

All quotes or estimates will be given in writing and will include a detailed specification of the work to be done. Prices will be fully inclusive of VAT, material, labour and cleaning away of debris.

Advice

Dulux approved decorators will be courteous and honest and give you only the best advice on any aspect of painting and decorating.

Insurance

All Dulux approved decorators carry adequate insurance cover, including public liability.

Good housekeeping

All furniture, fixtures and surfaces not painted will be adequately protected and your house will be left clean and tidy with any debris removed.

Dulux deposit protection scheme

If you have paid a deposit to cover the cost of Dulux Trade products you are automatically covered. This means in the unlikely event of the insolvency of a Dulux approved decorator you will not lose out. Make sure you get a written receipt for your deposit and on production of this receipt Dulux Trade will supply free of charge any Dulux Trade materials for which the deposit was given Once the work is completed you will receive a job completion form to validate your 12 month guarantee. If there's any aspect of the work that you are not happy with, our customer service team will come and inspect it. And if it is below standard we will make it good at no extra cost to you (providing Dulux Trade products have been used).

TRUSTMARK ACCREDITATION

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TrustMark helps you find reliable, trustworthy tradesmen to make improvements and repairs inside and outside your home. TrustMark is a not for profit organisation, supported by Government, the building industry, retailers and consumer protection groups.

What makes selecting TrustMark tradesmen so worthwhile?

A firm’s technical skills have been independently checked through regular on-site inspections, as well checks on their trading record and financial status

Firms have signed up to a code of practice that includes insurance, good health and safety practices and customer care

The approved scheme operator has checked, and will continue to monitor firms’ quality of work, trading practices and customer satisfaction

Firms are able to offer an Insurance Backed Warranty

Deposit Protection Insurance is available for consumers in the event a firm should cease trading

The firm will tell you about any building regulations you must comply with and may also be able to provide appropriate certificates

If you have a problem or disagreement with a firm, there will be a clear and user – friendly complaints procedure to help you resolve the issue

All of these checks will give you - Peace of Mind
By using the TrustMark website: www.trustmark.org.uk householders can search the database of approved firms, which presently has over 17,500 licenced trades resulting in an average of 320,000 tradesmen's details viewed every month by the general public.

TrustMark
Tel: 01344 630 804
E-Mail: enquiries@trustmark.org.uk

SAFECONTRACTOR APPROVED

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What is Safecontractor?

SAFEcontractor is the fastest growing health and safety accreditation scheme in the UK, with more than 160 major clients and almost 18,000 contractor members.

Registered members with the SAFEcontractor scheme include clients and contractors from a wide range of professional disciplines working within a number of industry sectors.

With its increasing membership and growing profile in the UK, the SAFEcontractor scheme is now used by many large organisations as a way of obtaining competent contractors

THE CONTRACTORS HEALTH & SAFETY ASSESSMENT SCHEME

Health and safety accredited

Principles and Purpose

Each month thousands of contractors and consultants (suppliers) apply for work with public and private sector organisations (buyers). To win work they must meet the buyer’s health & safety standards.

Assessing suppliers health and safety competence is usually a lengthy and time consuming process. Suppliers can sometimes meet one buyer’s Health and Safety standards but not another her. Being CHAS approved reduces duplication as suppliers compliance is accepted by all CHAS buyers.

CHAS assesses applicants:

  • Health and safety policy statement;
  • Their organisation for health and safety;
  • Their specific health and safety arrangements to a standard acceptable to our buyers and to others

The Stages of Assessing Competency

There are three stages in the assessment process from the time a supplier applies for a CHAS assessment, through to working for a buyer:

The CHAS assessment: if a supplier passes this assessment they have shown they can adequately manage health and safety. The employer (buyer) checks a supplier has the ability, experience and resources to carry out the specific work they have applied to do. The buyer will look at things like method statements, specific risk assessments, references, examples of previous similar work, training and available resources.
Monitoring the supplier when they are doing the work. Buyers will check suppliers are managing the work safely, carrying out the method statements properly, have enough resources, liaising properly, managing the site effectively and providing enough supervision.

The level of assessment at stages 2 and 3 are normally proportionate to the level of risk they carry. Buyers have a responsibility to monitor suppliers, making sure they are working safely, in order to protect staff and everyone who may be affected by the work.

CONSTRUCTIONLINE – MEMBERSHIP NO. 106192

Constructionline

The UK's Largest Pre-Qualification Database

Constructionline is the UK's largest Government-owned register of contractors and consultants for the construction industry. With over 8,000 key decision makers from over 2,000 buying organisations using Constructionline to select quality suppliers.

Constructionline standards are high – all our suppliers are pre-qualified to the official Government pre-qualified standard.

Our PQQ questionnaire was developed by central Government and leaders from the construction industry including HSE, Equalities and Human Rights Commission and Constructing Excellence.

PAINTING AND DECORATING ASSOCIATION (PDA)

Why use a painting & decorating association member?

Painters and decorators often come into people’s homes and businesses – so customers want to know that person or company is to be trusted and a useful source of interior design advice .

Before being accepted for membership of the Association, companies and individuals are rigorously vetted and prospective members have to fulfil a number of requirements, including the production of evidence of more than five years' experience in the industry.

They are also obliged to carry adequate public liability insurance and references. Once accepted, members are then subjected to random checks to ensure high standards are maintained.

The PDA also investigates all complaints made against any members and endeavours to resolve any disputes through mediation.

Admittance to membership shall be conditional on the applicant firm satisfying the following minimum requirements:-

A Proprietor or a Principal of the applicant firm must: 1. (i) Have satisfactorily completed an apprenticeship under the National Joint Training Scheme for Building Operatives (Painting & Decorating) and have gained the City & Guilds of London Institute Craft Certificate and where applicable, have passed the CITB Skills Test,

OR

(ii) Provide evidence of having been employed as a Painter and Decorator for a continuous period of not less than five years.

2. Provide evidence of trading under the business name for not less than one year.

3. Meet the professional requirements of the Branch or Region to which application is being made.

4. Provide not less than two separate references from recent customers.

5. Undertake to abide by the Association’s Code of Practice.

Or in the case of a firm where the proprietor or principal is not a professional painter and decorator (e.g. Surveyor, Accountant etc.) the firm must undertake to employ operatives who satisfy the criteria of paragraph 1 and comply with paragraphs 2 to above.

REPAIR CARE

Repair Care Alternative Joinery Repair System Repair Care 2

MINERAL PAINTS

Mineral Paints

Benefits of using mineral paints

Mineral paints are the only true non-toxic paint since they contain no VOC's, and are made from natural ingredients including water glass (potassium silicate), earth -oxide pigments and natural minerals.

The main benefits of mineral paints are:

Non-toxic - no hazardous fumes or harmful effects on health. This is important for allergy sufferers and/or chemically sensitive people who are unable to endure chemical paints.

Environmentally Friendly - use renewable resources; are biodegradable.

Micro-Porous - allow walls and surfaces to breathe, preventing condensation and damp problems, and reducing indoor allergies. They are also less likely to flake, crack and blister.

Contact Us

Tel: 020 7431 1882
Mobile:   07970 511 330
Email: info@ckservices.london

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Office 15, 
AB House, 
211 Kingsbury Road, 
London, 
NW9 8AQ

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