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‘That Little bit Extra’


If you are a second home owner, someone who requires a little help around the house, the owner of a guest house or restaurant or quite simply like the idea of handing over the weekly bed linen to someone else? Then read on - we will almost certainly be of interest. Conveniently located with services tailored to your specific needs WHK Services are situated opposite Sainsbury’s and have been recommended by both South West’s leading agents and property owners since 2006. We are fully equipped to carry out complete property management of second or holiday homes that can include: • Changeover cleaning by vetted, uniformed and insured staff


• 24/7 caretaker service • Key holding • Linen and Laundry services in-house negating the need to outsource to sub-standard providers


• Pre and post guest liaison • Property maintenance by our approved tradesmen • Regular property checks to comply with insurance requirements


• Health and Safety packages to ensure compliance with current legislation


• No generic packages but services tailored to meet your needs.


We are not just linked to second or holiday homes; we enjoy an unrivalled reputation for providing domestic services to suit. Regular or occasional domestic services can be arranged that can also include the laundering of your bed linen and towels. • Spring or Deep cleans • End of Tenancy • Building/Completion cleans


Please mention By The Dart when responding to adverts. To advertise here, please call 01803 835740 or email mark@bythedart.co.uk


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