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Poynton: 01625 448 001

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Why trust us with your move?

Lawler & Co. are a bespoke independent estate agency with prominent branches located in both Marple, Hazel Grove & Poynton.

Modern, proactive marketing techniques are combined with a strong emphasis on customer service. We invite you to visit our contemporary, stylish premises to meet our experienced sales teams who will be happy to discuss your individual requirements.

We provide a fresh approach to buying and selling property in Marple, Hazel Grove, Poynton and the surrounding areas including Marple Bridge, Mellor, Strines, Disley, High Lane, Compstall, Romiley, Hazel Grove, Offerton, Adlington and Mile End.

If you are considering a move please call into one of our friendly offices or telephone your local branch and we can arrange for one of our valuers to visit your home and provide pre sale marketing advice plus a free no obligation valuation. We can have your property up and running within 24 hours of instruction!

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Are you dreaming of a White Christmas?

Most of us woke us to a beautiful covering of snow this morning, this is the view from the Ridge in Marple! As gorgeous as this view is, the cold weather can have an effect on our homes, so we have put together some handy tips to keep you home toasty and warm and well looked after 1. Check your boiler and heating system If you haven’t done so already this year, get your boiler checked and/or serviced by a Gas Safe registered plumber. There’s nothing worse than being left without hot water or heating in the bleak mid winter! 2. Secure roof tiles Check for any cracked, missing or loose tiles and replace them. If a roof is in disrepair, strong winds and the weight of snow can wreak havoc on your roof. 3. Repair damaged chimneys Look for cracks and loose render around chimney pots and at the roof join. High winds and heavy rain can damage chimneys even further so make sure they’re properly stable before the worst of the weather kicks in. 4. Keep the central heating on Set the central heating to a minimum of 14 degrees Celsius throughout the winter. This helps prevent frozen pipes and frost damage 5. Prepare your windows Take a look at your window frames, filling any cracks and putting on a coat of paint if needed. Extreme temperatures and wet weather can cause untreated wood to expand and rot, so treating windowsills helps to prevent this. 6. Keep your pipes warm Apply lagging to any pipes and water tanks in exposed areas such as lofts, garages and utility rooms to prevent pipes freezing and bursting in the cold weather. The last thing you want is to be left without a water supply! 7. Clear your gutters As the autumn... Read more →

Lawler and Co.
21st January 2016 alistair