Property maintenance gets Uber like upgrade

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A Hertfordshire tech business has launched a brand new on-demand service to plug a gap in the property maintenance market. Tradee On Demand is the UK’s first peer-to-peer platform connecting vetted tradespeople with end users such as homeowners, tenants and letting agents in real time.

With the aim of making ordering a tradesperson as easy as ordering an Uber, Tradee On Demand’s long overdue app brings cutting edge innovation to a largely traditional marketplace.

The Tradee On Demand app is designed to counter longstanding issues within the industry, enabling customers to find reliable tradespeople who are available when needed, avoid inflated invoices, and remove the fear of poor workmanship.

The app deploys a strict vetting process to onboard ‘Tradee Experts’, highlighting instantly available traders, setting competitive rates, and championing per minute prices. This transparency gives service users complete confidence upfront that prices will not be rounded up to the next hour.

A two-way review system benefits customers and tradespeople alike, with tradespeople on the app also able to avoid high rates for leads, paying monthly subscriptions for listings, and time spent doing quotes.

Business co-founders Jamie Matthews and Bob Dha have over 35 years combined experience in property maintenance and business and digital marketing respectively. They were inspired to create Tradee On Demand after each struggled to source tradespeople when needed.

 

Property maintenance gets Uber like upgrade

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