London, United Kingdom, February 05, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Oscar Kadinsky, Homepromatch.com director of communications explains, "This move is a reflection of homeowner demand to expand our services outside London. The service strives to connect homeowners with reputable UK builders and tradesmen who are rated on past work by neighbours. Only tradesmen that pass a series of checks by Homepromatch.com and have been trading for at least 12 months are accepted into the service. These controls ensure that rogue tradesmen wont survive whilst the best will be promoted and deservedly thrive.”
Oscar adds, "We believe there is an increasingly large market for our service. For many years homeowners have been exposed to stories and quite possibly, personal experience of rogue tradesmen. Homepromatch.com sets out to promote the credibility and integrity of the many thousands of great builders and tradesmen out there in the market place. The service is also absolutely free to homeowners because our tradesmen and builders pay a small fee to be part of our network.
We already have a database of hundreds of reputable, qualified and insured builders, electricians, plumbers, carpenters, decorators for all home improvement and maintenance jobs and the numbers are growing daily. For our member contractors we aim to deliver an efficient, targeted and profitable source of job leads through which they can grow their business. We partner our contractor members by supporting them in order to maximise their job success and expand their business. To understand and tailor the service to the needs of the modern trade professional by drawing on our trade experience. We recognise that their success means our success.
Currently we receive about 250 service requests per day and we predict a 50% increase in those figures over the coming year as the business expands nationwide. We regard this as a vindication of our business vision and customer focus and we will continue to maintain the quality of our service to homeowners and member tradesmen alike.“