Imdaad to beef up its HomePro Maintenance Services

Firm expects growth in demand on Abu Dhabi home maintenance services

Jamal Abdulla Lootah, CEO, Imdaad.
Jamal Abdulla Lootah, CEO, Imdaad.

Imdaad expects demand for home maintenance services in the UAE to increase, thanks to the recovering real estate sector.

It claims cost-effective annual maintenance charges and integrated home maintenance services are key incentives for property owners to adopt FM solutions and Abu Dhabi will be a major growth area in the residential segment.

Building on the company's work in Dubai, Imdaad said it has now beefed up its HomePro Maintenance Services to capitalise on the expected growth in demand for home maintenance services in Abu Dhabi.

“Imdaad's strategy has always been to constantly expand the scope of our services and cater to emerging requirements and demands in the facilities management market," said Jamal Abdulla Lootah, CEO, Imdaad.

"We have therefore developed a wider range of value-added services and privileges to strengthen our position as a value-oriented solutions provider, and to take advantage of emerging growth opportunities in key markets such as Abu Dhabi."

The company also provides a Customer Response Centre (Help Desk) to address emergency, urgent and routine requests.

Imdaad HomePro has adopted the latest technologies to boost its services by enabling personnel to track work requests and ensuring flexibility in attending work orders and addressing complaints.

Services include maintenance of air-conditioners, MEP and civil packages, drainage chambers, water tank, pest control, façade and window cleaning.

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