Burst pipes, cracked tiles, clogged gutters, broken windows… the list goes on. Taking out a maintenance contract can make dealing with these unforeseen costs a lot easier.
Unlike paying off your car, or paying you children’s’ school fees, these expenses can’t be budgeted. Murphy’s Law also seems to apply to house maintenance – they week your geyser bursts is the week you’ll have to replace air-conditioning filter.
Even though minor repairs like these aren’t extremely expensive, the costs add up and it’s hard to budget for these unexpected costs, especially when you’re on a pretty tight budget as it is. With petrol and food costs soaring, it’s not surprising that many people are signing up for maintenance contracts.
Entering into a maintenance contract helps you to budget for these repair costs, while also enabling you to constantly improve the condition of your home. It also saves you heaps of time because a professional and experienced handyman can take care of your house repairs while you enjoy time with your family. Of course, getting a professional to manage your home repairs also means you won’t end up with plaster and chipped paint all over your wall when you want a new plug fitted.
Taking out a maintenance contract means you won’t have to worry about:
- Burst pipes
- Broken windows
- Cracked tiles
- Hanging curtain rails
- Clogged gutters
- Chipping paint
- Hanging paintings
Of course, we can do a lot more than just these repairs and if I can’t work what you need into your contract, I can still probably give you a good quote for whatever it is.
If you want to enjoy piece of mind with benefits including being able avoid unplanned expenses, constantly improve your house and to call on a handyman whenever you need us, get a monthly maintenance contract from Showroom Condition.