CAIRN Maintenance is offering a free Easter Week handyman service to spring clean pensioners’ homes and help out with maintenance repairs for charity.
The firm is offering anyone aged over 60, or registered disabled, the chance to have any odd jobs in their home undertaken absolutely free of charge – no strings attached.
All of Cairn’s Maintenance time on the week commencing Easter Monday 24 April will be devoted to working within the homes of lucky pensioners on a first-come, first-served basis.
Any donations offered by satisfied clients will be automatically doubled by Cairn and given to Radio Clyde’s Cash for Kids appeal.
David Millard, developments manager at Cairn Developments, said: “Everyone knows that now is the time when home-owners are looking to spring clean their homes and undertake some much-needed DIY.
“But not everyone is capable of DIY so this Easter we wanted to offer something extra to those who are more vulnerable than most. What better way to help a lending hand than to get various odd jobs seen to this Easter for free?”
Cairn’s maintenance team carry out a comprehensive range of repairs across various property types, from student accommodation to penthouse flats.
Anyone wishing to be considered for the Free Easter Handyman Service should contact Cairn on 0141 270 7886 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information please contact Niki Munro at Cairn on tel 0141 270 7886
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Date 20th April 2011
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