Get the Most out of your Property Maintenance Company


If you’re responsible for the upkeep of a property – whether a rental property you own, or a commercial premises you are responsible for – you are no doubt aware of the seemingly endless list of jobs that need doing at any one time. Using a reputable property maintenance company can take care of all these jobs for you, saving you the time and stress of handling everything yourself.

What Does a Property Maintenance Company Do?

There is no hard and fast set of rules applying to property maintenance companies, as the field is extremely wide and covers a huge range of different jobs. When it comes to rental property maintenance, however, most firms will cover things like basic repairs, non-routine cleaning, and jobs such as maintaining boilers and heating systems. And who could forget the lost or stolen key emergency? It’s not unusual for the locks of a rental property to need replacing for one of a variety of reasons, so wouldn’t you rather have an experienced firm on hand who can take care of this for you?

If you’re a landlord, you’ll know your tenants often expect you to be on-call 24/7 to deal with complaints and queries. This might not be too much of an issue if you just have one small property, but if your portfolio stretches to a few more properties, you could probably do with a helping hand.

No Job too Big or Small

When you’re looking for a property maintenance company to look after your property, check to see what jobs they will and won’t cover. If you’re not happy with the level of service they offer, look elsewhere. Property maintenance is a competitive market and experienced professionals will be happy to offer a comprehensive service that takes care of all your needs.

April 25th, 2017

Tony Earnshaw

Managing Director

Since single-handedly forming the UK Commercial Group a decade ago, Tony Earnshaw has remained at the helm – overseeing the company’s developments and making all of the plays necessary to remain at the forefront of a highly competitive industry.


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