Merry Christmas

Christmas Hours  27th 28th 29th  and 31st of  December open 10-2 
Our Oakwood Estates offices will be closed 24th 25th 26th 30th December 1st January

Oakwood Estates supports Burnham Lions Christmas Fayre

 Oakwood Estates  Burnham high street office celebrated Christmas Thursday 6th of December treating visitors to  prosecco and mince pies .
Burnham high street was full of Christmas carols, stalls and entertainment.
Christmas is fast approaching, over November and December. Oakwood Estates have proudly supported and sponsored twelve local Christmas events .

Christmas 2018

2018 has been a great year for Oakwood Estates celebrating our tenth anniversary, opening our sixth branch and walking away with silver and bronze from the EA Masters Awards.

Oakwood Estates supports Iver Christmas Lights switch on

Oakwood Estates Iver High street had a great turnout for Iver lights switch on and even a visit from Santa himself ! A wonderful way to celebrate Oakwood Estates Iver office one year anniversary !

A huge thank you to everyone that came by and joined us for a prosecco and mince pie 

Drop a dress size with Tai Fitness

Oakwood Estates met up with Professional dancer and Personal trainer Tai Bomant .
Tai brings a different type of training to the table with her enthusiasm passion and method of body conditioning.
If you are bored of the gym or using a trainer that simply points you to equipment and leaves you to it then this is the lady for you! 
Her passions are music and training which combined really helps to keep the sessions fun and different from any other trainer you will come across.
Whatever your goal age or size she will tailor a package to you.
Tai also holds popular Latin Cubaton classes in Marlow and High Wycombe 
Quote Oakwood Estates to receive your 10% discount


10 weeks training program worth &600 Make it yours for &540  with 10% off



-Diet Plan

-Workout Plan

-2 x 1 hour sessions a week 




8 weeks training program worth &480


Make it yours for &432 with 10% off



-Diet Plan

-Workout Plan

-2 x 1 hour sessions a week 


Also offered;


Lunch break Training


&25 for 30 mins training


Call Tai now 07563 404839   07801 083893




Tips to keep your home mould free

As Winter is approaching, we offer some helpful tips to prevent mould over the winter period



As the cold weather is soon approaching we suggest you take a moment to test your heating . This is to ensure that should there be any issues (where you may have had the heating off since last winter) that these issues can be addressed before the winter sets in, when it would be more of an inconvenience to you.

It is advisable to bleed your radiators to ensure that no air is in the system which can occur from the system not having been used for some time. 

In addition before it becomes too cold (below 5 degrees, or where it has been forecasted to be cold) and you are not going to be living at the property for an extended period (going away on holiday perhaps), we advise to leave the heating system on a timer or a low setting in order to prevent pipes from freezing and potentially bursting. If damage is caused as a result of pipes bursting in cold weather, you may liable for the cost to make it good.


How to bleed a radiator:

To bleed your radiator, insert the bleed key into the valve at the top of the radiator and carefully turn it anticlockwise (usually a quarter or half turn will do the trick). The air trapped in your radiator will start escaping with a hissing sound.




What can you do to help reduce condensation?

• Cover pots and pans when cooking

• Dry clothing near radiators 

• If you use a tumble dryer ensure it is vented to the outside and if considering buying one, consider a self-condensing model

• If you do have to dry clothes indoors ensure it’s in a well ventilated room such as the bathroom with the fan running to remove the moisture

• Don’t dry your clothes over radiators or heaters.


Ventilate to reduce moisture:

• Use extractor fans when bathing and cooking, or open a window when finished until the windows are clear

• Keep air vents and extractor fans clear

• Allow space for air to circulate around furniture especially against outside walls.

• Remember to close the kitchen or bathroom door when ventilating to avoid ventilating the whole house (and to avoid heat loss)

Use your heating correctly:

• If possible, keep your heating on a low setting during the day rather than high levels for short periods of time during the morning and evening. This will keep your home warm most of the time and avoid extreme changes in temperature

• If fitted, use the thermostat controlled radiator valves as this will help control the heating in each room

• DO NOT block radiators with furniture or curtains


Managing mould growth

• It is quite normal to find your bedroom windows misted up in the mornings. To control it, be sure to wipe down any moisture on your windows and window sills every morning and wring the cloth out rather than drying it on a radiator.

• Don’t be tempted to just paint over mould, it will regrow if it is not treated first!

• Mould on washable surfaces can be wiped down with a fungicidal wash available from most DIY stores. You should always follow the manufacturer’s instructions


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