Why You Need a Concierge

How a concierge offers a cheaper alternative to facilities management for landlords

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Reliable: our concierge services offer value for money and reliability, whatever your budgetary requirements. Image by Vlue (via Shutterstock).

Keeping your property in tip-top condition, especially those with communal stairways and corridors, can be a bit of a tricky task. If your property portfolio is considerably smaller than, for example, a local housing association, a full-on property management solution can be an expensive option. If you only have a couple of houses or a modest-sized apartment block, a concierge may be a sound solution.

A concierge can be like a live-in caretaker. Sometimes, he or she might live in the same property. A bit like a warden’s role in supported housing. Or, he or she may be employed on a part-time or an on-call basis. Ultimately, they are the gatekeeper to your property. They offer continuity for busy people.

We at ST Maintenance can make your life easier by offering concierge services. Our concierges can take care of your keys, vacuum and clean communal areas of your property. Where possible, parcels can be taken in and letters can be signed. We can cover the whole of the Salford City Council and Manchester City Council boundaries.

We can negotiate possible hours, dates, and times when you might need us. Everything we do is centred around your needs. We are flexible as well, which is handy if you wish to hire a concierge for six weeks or six years.

If you have a business with its own industrial or commercial premises, we offer caretaking services. Whether you wish to hire a caretaker on a short term or long term basis, we can negotiate suitable rates, hours, dates, and times.

All of our staff are DBS checked for your peace of mind. For a tailor-made concierge package, why not send an email to info@stmaintenancesolutions.co.uk or telephone us on 0161 279 0137. We will be delighted to hear from you.

ST Maintenance, 14 September 2016.

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