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BarterZone to help Rescue Leaky Homes


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BarterZone to help Rescue Leaky Homes
  

Newly launched barter company BarterZone is set to help people affected by leaky homes.

After having seen the scale of leaky homes in New Zealand, and the stress this is causing homeowners BarterZone has launched a unique rescue package to help affected homeowners.

Patrick Howard of BarterZone said that they are ready to help people by offering an interest free credit line to help homeowners with repair costs to help repair their homes. “We’ve seen so many people hurting when they discover the enormity of having a home that is affected by leaky building syndrome. We’re in a unique position to be able to help these people through our network of builders and related trades people.

“Approved homeowners will be able to join BarterZone and tap into this network and through an interest free credit line have their home repaired. Meaning that at least some of the stress they are facing can be reduced and they can then set about having their home restored to its former glory.”

For a company to come to the rescue like this at this time of year can only be seen as an early Christmas present for homeowners. Although Howard himself doesn’t see himself as playing Santa Claus, he will admit to being humbled in knowing that his company will be able to help, and perhaps brighten Christmas for some homeowners.

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