The Marshall`s Register Guarantee
Marshalls policy is to help provide complete peace of mind to our customers. After all, even appointing a skilled and trustworthy contractor to carry out your work may not prevent the odd problem arising in the future
For this reason, we enable all Marshalls Registered Contractors to provide you with Marshalls own unique, insurance backed, 10 year guarantee. And when we say unique, well, judge for yourself
The Marshalls Guarantee
1) Is provided by Marshalls, a major PLC, not a local builder
2) Is fully Insurance backed
3) Covers the Products for a full 10-Years
4) Is valid if the contractor ceases trading Is valid if the contractor is still in business but “refuses” to honour his obligation Is assignable to the new house purchaser if you sell your home Furthermore, the guarantee insurance premium is usually absorbed by our Registered Contractors, however,
5) even if your chosen contractor chooses to pass the cost on to you, you will only pay 2.5% of the installation value, that’s just £75 on an installation costing as much as £3,000!
Only installations completed by a Marshalls Registered Contractor will qualify for the guarantee and we doubt you`ll be able to find a similar manufacturers guarantee anywhere. But then, we did say we try to provide complete peace of mind!
DF paving and Landscaping Services have full Public Liability insurance cover, therefore you as the owner will not be liable.
At DF Pave and Landscape services we hold a Waste Transfer Carriers License which is essential for carrying any excavations of waste from site. It is illegal to move any waste, no matter how small without a waste transfer license.
New regulations as of 1st October 2008
The government brought in new regulations for the installation of driveways on the 1st of October 2009. In summary the new regulations are designed to reduce the volume of water being sent into the storm water system from residential driveways.
Suggested solutions are permeable paving or any other permeable surfaces such as gravel. If a non-porous surface is to be used then soakaways and rain gardens are to be used instead of sending water onto the road.As a last resort where there is no choice but to send water onto the public highway than planning permission may be required.
What is a Soakaway
Soakaways are a traditional way of disposing of surface water from buildings remote from a suitable public sewer or watercourse. A soakaway must have capacity to store immediate run-off from roofs and hard surfaces and the water must then be able to disperse into the surrounding soil quickly enough for the soakaway to be able to cope with the next storm.
Soakaways are probably the most common form of surface water disposal and are usually suitable for areas less than 100m2. Soakaways are generally formed from square or circular pits, filled with rubble or lined with dry jointed masonry or perforated concrete ring units. Soakaways serving larger areas are generally lined pits, trench type soakaways or constructed from specialist proprietary units.
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