Enhance your skill set with Drivewayfix

With house prices falling by 5% in 2012 and 5% again in 2013 (Guardian, October 2011) more and more homeowners are deciding to ‘improve’ , protecting their equity, rather than ‘move’ - now is the perfect time to develop your skill set and become a ‘Drivewayfixer’.

Drivewayfix  offers a range of innovative products that will repair potholes, cracks and patches and rejuvenate faded Tarmac drives.

Despite the range being very easy to use, plenty of homeowners  would prefer to have a professional apply the products for them – this is where as a registered Drivewayfixer you could step in.

Becoming a Drivewayfixer is easy. Get in touch and you will be invited to join the team on a Drivewayfixer training day, where you will learn all you need to know about the products, and be set on the path to increasing your skill set.

Once you have signed up you will receive a starter pack that’s perfect for promoting your new business venture.

As an added benefit, all online enquiries made at Drivewayfix.co.uk will be forwarded straight to you, so you can provide a Drivewayfix quote directly.

With many homeowners across the country needing a Drivewayfixer, you would be crazy to miss this opportunity for your own skilled business.

The Drivewayfix range includes Drive Revive®, a water based paint which revives tired and dull Tarmac driveways; Rapid Repair, a fast setting repair for concrete paths and PaveJoint, a ready to use jointing compound for narrow and wide joints.

Other products available are:

•        Pothole Repair Kit – a permanent pothole repair material
•        Fix or Grout - bedding or pointing mortar
•        Seal & Stop - prevents weed growth

To watch step by step guides on how to apply all of these innovative products, simply visit www.drivewayfix.co.uk.

For further information on the range of Drivewayfix materials or for further details on how to become an approved Drivewayfixer, please email approvedcontractor@instarmac.co.uk, call 01827 254469 or visit www.drivewayfix.co.uk.

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