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What would your business be like if you had access to a predictable, pre-paid, zero-cost source of trade jobs?

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We’re changing the game

Upkeep+ is a first-of-its-kind subscription that’s transforming the way Australians care for their homes.

For our partner tradies, that means…

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Increased workload.

We provide partners with both subscription and on-demand jobs without the need to market, quote or negotiate.

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No fees.

We don’t charge platform fees or fees per lead, so you can reduce your expenses and increase your profits.

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Forward visibility.

Our subscription model requires customers to plan jobs ahead, allowing you to optimise your schedule and improve your operating efficiency.

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Enhanced authority.

Grow your business’ reputation by letting customers know you are working with Upkeep+, a business backed by IAG — one of Australia’s largest general insurers.

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Timely payment.

Upon completing a job, you’ll be paid without delay, which means no more chasing customers, delayed payments or bad debts.

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In partnership with NRMA Insurance.

In partnership with NRMA Insurance.

We understand home maintenance can be challenging and stressful at times, but you can get the peace of mind that comes with a tailored Maintenance Plan and access to Upkeep+’s curated network of experienced and licensed trades. In partnership with NRMA Insurance, we are committed to building our brand around our customers. We are committed to providing the best possible service that comes from being a part of Australia’s largest general insurer, IAG.