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Assist Group launches property maintenance business

Following the recent success of securing a number of large property maintenance contracts, the founders of Assist Group have launched a new property maintenance business, Dargo.

Working directly with landlords and property management companies, Dargo offers a diverse range of services including; general maintenance, plumbing & heating, electrical, painting & decorating, property renovation, cleaning, pest control and emergency response, to both residential and commercial properties across the UK.

The new brand launches with many of the North-Wests leading property management customers on board.

Speaking about the new business, Dave Dargan, CEO commented: “Our priority is ensuring the end-to-end process is as simple as possible for our customers, our technology keeps our customers informed at all times, fundamentally improves service delivery and reduces overall costs. 

We’re really excited about the launch of Dargo, we’ve been working with a number of property management companies and private landlords across the North-West and have seen a great response from our unique approach. It’s an exciting time for the business and its customers.”

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