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ISOTeam to add more to its toolkit

Less than a year after moving into private home retrofitting, it has now set its sights on providing handyman services as well, reports ANITA GABRIEL

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Mr Koh: 'Singapore is facing a handyman problem. If a faucet is leaking or there's a power failure, consumers are worried about who to call and how much they will be charged. We see a gap there which we plan to fill . . . It's a scaleable service that can bring in huge volumes.'

RESTORING and repainting tired old estates and buildings in Singapore may not sound tantalising to many, but it's big business - more so, with legislation lending a big sheen. Banking on that is ISOTeam, which has spent a good 14 months listed on Singapore bourse Catalist, and the last 16 years