24/7 emergency repairs and maintenance this Christmas!

As we near the end of another year, we would like to wish all our customers and suppliers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, however you are celebrating it.

We’ve faced many challenges over the past couple of years, and hebs Group is proud to support our clients, offering a fully proven and established emergency repairs and maintenance service for their ongoing needs, especially when it comes to keeping premises clean, safe, and hygienic. 

Christmas emergency repairs and maintenance

Although this is the busiest, and most profitable time of the year, it also means more potential damage to buildings and facilities with the risk of gales, flooding, ice and snow bringing business operations to a halt. 

That’s where hebs Group comes in. Whether you need help with an unexpected mechanical and electrical problem, looking for a comprehensive repair and installation service for your building’s HVAC or gas appliances, or require specialists to deal with any pipeline, drainage or sewer related emergency – we’re here for you! 

Our highly skilled and knowledgeable team of engineers are available 24/7, armed and ready to keep your business on the go, even during the holiday season. 

Keeping your property and people safe and sound is our number one priority. By using the latest technology and methods, we are able to tackle any reactive facilities management issues as part of our pledge to contribute to the longevity and cost effectiveness of your business. 

Have a Holly, Jolly Christmas! 

As one of the UK’s premier maintenance and construction service providers, hebs Group Ltd strives for continuous improvement and professional development. 

We constantly monitor our monthly performance and S.L.A statistics to ensure our customers are always getting the very best from us.  

Like Santa himself, we consistently deliver an excellent customer service offering for long-term success and satisfaction. 

So, whatever your plans, we hope you have very happy holidays, and look forward to working with you in 2022. Call us on 0151 2360707 or send us an email: info@hebs-group.co.uk and we’ll be happy to help with your enquiry.

The benefits of Computer-Aided Facility Management technology

Computer-Aided Facility Management (CAFM) technology is designed to help facility managers and business owners plan, execute and monitor daily operations in terms of maintenance, asset management, the utilisation of space, services and equipment performance. 

Ultimately, CAFM can make a big difference when it comes to optimising an organisation’s processes, and in this article we’ll take a look at the key benefits of Computer-Aided Facility Management technology. 


  1. Improved accuracy – Computer-Aided Facility Management technology can help improve the accuracy of data collection and tracking. This can help ensure that facilities are run more efficiently and effectively in managing workflow. 


  1. Reduced labour costs – CAFM decreases the need for manual labour as the majority of tasks are automated, allowing facility managers to make informed decisions quickly using real-time data which can lead to significant cost savings. 


  1. Defined standards – it defines specific standards for tasks, which can lead to more consistent results across the board.


  1. Improved collaboration & transparency – it improves collaboration between employees, co-workers, departments, etc., enabling them to work together thanks to the accessibility and transparency of information. 


  1. Improved asset management – CAFM enhances asset management across all areas of facility management (e.g., sustainability). This can lead to improved accountability and reduced risk.


  1. Improved analysis & reporting – CAFM provides users with a number of reporting capabilities that allow for greater analysis and insight into their working environment, as well as the tasks required for their success.


  1. Reduced risk – CAFM technology can help reduce risk by providing business continuity/disaster recovery plans, as well as health and safety plans. This can help ensure that the organization is better prepared for any potential incidents that may occur.


As you can see, Computer-Aided Facility Management technology can provide a number of benefits for businesses and organizations across all areas of facility management.

Here at hebs Group, we strive to deliver consistent results for our clients, with continuous improvement and development throughout the group and divisional service offerings. Call us now on 0151 2360707 for more information.

What are prefabricated buildings?

Prefabricated buildings are ready-made structures that can be built quickly and efficiently on site. The components are manufactured at a factory or plant, and then transported and assembled into place on site. 


These prefab units are designed to meet a wide range of specifications and depending on the project, they may be made with different materials like aluminium, steel, concrete, wood, glass, or even bamboo. 


The size and style of the prefabricated building will also determine the various types of modules (pre-built sections) in order to make up all the desired space. For example, a 4-bedroom house will typically comprise around 6 modules like bathrooms, bedrooms, living areas etc.. whereas a hospital would need many specific types of modules like operating theatres, wards, laboratories etc.

The benefits of prefabricated construction 


Construction developments and the increase in demand for more housing and office spaces makes prefabricated construction a modern, innovative method and offer a wide range of benefits for facilities managers. These include:


  • Speed of Construction: prefabricated buildings can be erected much more quickly than traditional construction methods. Because the components are manufactured in a factory setting, they are subject to rigorous quality control measures. In the meantime, other activities can be done simultaneously on site.


  • Cost Efficiency: prefabricated buildings often cost less due to the fact that prefabrication allows for greater standardization and economies of scale. In addition, the use of prefabricated components typically results in less waste and fewer delays due to weather conditions.


  • Flexibility: prefabricated buildings can be relocated or refurbished for new use. Some are only temporary for remote working, research etc. and because they are easy to disassemble, construction teams are able to transport, expand and customise them to the client’s liking. 


  • Sustainability: prefabricated buildings use less energy and resources in their construction. Any extra materials can be recycled in-house instead of being disposed of in landfills and to make them more eco-friendly, tighter joints and better air filtration means better wall insulation too.


  • Safety: prefabricated buildings are much safer thanks to the factory-controlled indoor environment. This reduces the risk of accidents and related liabilities for workers in comparison to traditional construction, which has disruptions and factors such as the weather and other environmental hazards workers must contend with. 


As you can see, prefabricated buildings should be considered as a viable option for any construction project. Here at hebs Group, we strive to deliver the right result for each client, ensuring all key requirements are met through rigorous planning and consultation. 

Call us now on 0151 2360707 for more information and a member of our team will be happy to help with your enquiry.