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May 25, 2017 1:22 pm

Feelin’ lazy? Here’s an on-demand chore app that just expanded into DC

Takl's expansion is making the round on local morning shows, like this one in Sacramento, Calif.

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Sister site Technical.ly Baltimore has the details on a new app in town. Takl is for when you’re just too busy to knock off those odd jobs you’ve been meaning to do.

“Things like lawn care, small repairs or house cleaning are among the features that the company lists. Writing a resume is also an option. It’s all work that doesn’t require a license,” TB’s Stephen Babcock writes.

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A Takl spokesperson says the startup has a network of about 3,000 providers between Baltimore and D.C. The Nashville-based company is hoping to expand to more cities later this year.

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