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26.07.2012 launches its franchise operation

Property maintenance and refurbishment company,, has announced that it is rolling out a national franchise operation as it plans to expand throughout the UK. According to the information provided, the company has built a strong business in the south east and believes a franchise programme is the best way to facilitate full national expansion. A pilot scheme with the first franchisee will be followed by others throughout the UK over the next year.

Bev Regan, head of franchising at, said this was the right move for the company, and for individuals and small businesses looking to expand. She commented: “We are looking for high quality people, keen to provide the same high levels of customer service in their local area.”

The company's first franchisee is Graeme Worsley, a carpenter with over 17 years’ experience, who plans to build his business across Richmond, Twickenham and the surrounding areas.

“We’re very much looking forward to Graeme coming on board,” said Regan. “Finding the right franchisee was vital, and we’re confident that we have achieved that. It is imperative that all our franchisees, moving forward, do credit to the brand we have spent so long building up.” franchises will, the company says, operate under the successful brand and be provided with systems and management support. Under the tagline ‘one call property care’, manages all maintenance issues for domestic properties and commercial premises such as bars, restaurants, offices and business parks. The company offers a 24-hour call out service, 365 days a year. (kbp)

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