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Winter Home Maintenance: Insulate, Vents & Programmable Thermostats

December 18, 2014

Are you taking time off during the holidays? If you’re not traveling, put a few items from our Winter Home Maintenance Checklist on your to-do list. You also can outsource the tasks to us instead and spend days off with friends and family.

Insulate the Attic and Any Exposed Pipes or Spigots

insulation attic Winter Home Maintenance: Insulate, Vents & Programmable ThermostatsAre your feet always cold in the winter? Because the warm air seems to get sucked up and out through the attic? You may need to add insulation to the space. If you have previous experience determining the R-value—the capacity of insulation material to resist heat flow—recommended for the ceiling, floor and walls of your type of structure, revisit the formula to ensure you have the necessary products in place. If you have never before done this type of calculation and comparison, consider assigning it to your professional handyman, who can then add insulation to stop the warm air from escaping.

Also unhook and store any garden hoses and install or check and replace insulation as needed on the exposed pipes and spigots. We also recommend shutting off water to those faucets, opening and draining the spigot, and installing a faucet insulator, which you can find at your local home improvement store. A burst pipe from freezing weather will certainly put a damper on the holiday festivities.

Clean and Secure Attic and Dryer Vents

housemouse Winter Home Maintenance: Insulate, Vents & Programmable ThermostatsAlso add to your list a thorough inspection of vents in the home. While it may not seem as important to keep attic vents clear in the winter—air flowing through the attic in the summer helps keep your home cool—it does have its benefits: Most important on the list, cleaning and securing them to keep rodents out. Animals look for warmth in the winter and can easily enter through vents. Remove any debris and install screening to keep the critters out.

While wild animals in the house are a nuisance, a dryer fire can be a catastrophic event. Keeping the vent for this appliance clear is a must. Again, animals looking for warmth may build a nest in the vent or on the vent, if screened, blocking airflow and turning lint in the venting system into fuel that can catch fire and cause serious damage and even loss of life. The most recent stats from the U.S. Fire Administration tally the number of annual structure fires at 15,6000, with 15 deaths and 400 injuries.

You can avoid a dryer fire in your home by cleaning the lint filter after every load and more thoroughly at least once a month. Vacuum lint out of the dryer and exhaust pipe at least every six months. Disconnect, clean and inspect the dryer duct and venting at least once a year. We would be more than happy to take over these tasks as repairs to the system, including the exhaust hose, should be done by a professional.

Install a Programmable Thermostat

nest learning thermostat Winter Home Maintenance: Insulate, Vents & Programmable ThermostatsFinally, give yourself the gift of a programmable thermostat for the holidays. Such a device can save you approximately $180! There are even smart thermostats such as the Nest that self-program, if you will. It will learn your schedule over time and make adjustments to save energy. It also can be customized to work best with the particular type of heating system you have, such as gas, electric, oil, propane or heat pump, and it even reminds you to change the system’s filters. To see how much the Nest could save you, it offers a handy calculator on its website.

If you decide to add a programmable thermostat to your home, simply gives us a call to install.

Mr. Handyman can maintain your home to save you money. One call really does take care of everything on your to-do list. All Mr. Handyman franchises are Fully Insured with General Liability and Workers Compensation. Some services are subject to state and local licensing and may not be available in all locations. Make sure to stay on top of all your household repairs, improvements and maintenance needs and request service in your area.

How to Hang Christmas Stockings Any Place in Your Home

December 15, 2014
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Photo Credit jcapaldi (Jim, the Photographer) via Flickr

The first stanza of Clement Clark Moore’s classic holiday poem, A Visit From St. Nicholas, focuses on the tradition of hanging Christmas stockings:

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house

Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;

The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,

In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;

Let’s go over how to do exactly that in your home.

Christmas Stocking Hanging 101

As the poem states, the traditional spot for Christmas stockings in the house is from the mantel, the wooden, brick or stone frame around a fireplace opening. While you can certainly use a thumbtack or nail to secure a stocking in wood, or a double-sided tape hook on stone, there are two more decorative options:

Mantel Clips—These sturdy metal clips typically hold up to 10 lbs., allowing you to use them when the stockings are empty and full. As their name suggests, they clip onto the mantel. Be sure to choose clips with padded grippers to protect the finish if attaching to wood. Their simple, flat design allows you to hide them under other Christmas decorations.

Weighted Stocking Hangers—This option serves a dual purpose; it not only holds stockings but it also is a holiday decoration itself. You can choose from a variety of finishes to match other hardware in your home or a particular color scheme. Stocking hangers also feature padding to protect the mantle. Keep in mind, though, that these hangers simply sit on the mantel and are not secure. A child eager to see what is in his stocky can easily pull the stocking and hanger down.

Hanging Stockings Without a Mantel

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Not every house has a fireplace, though, which means many a homeowner has come up with a creative alternative. Here are a few of our favorites:

Fireplace Grate—Consider investing in a grate and transforming it into a Christmas stocking rack. Not only does it give you a place to hang the stockings, but it also sits at eye level for kids in the home, getting them into the holiday spirit. If you have dogs, this may not be the best option as it will be at their level, too.

Open Stairwell—The previously mentioned clips can be secured to steps, one clip per, to create a climbing mantel of sorts. Add garland and other decorations just as you would if using the clips above a fireplace.

Bar or Other Kitchen Opening—Mantel clips and stocking hangers also work on the lip of a bar and can turn a typically plain area into a Christmas focal point. Of course, only take this route if the bar serves more as a decorative feature in your home than a practical one that gets used daily.

How to Hang Stockings on Brick or Granite Fireplace

If you would like a more permanent hook from which you can hang stockings at Christmas and other items throughout the rest of the year, there are several ways to do that. Simply drill into the mortar and follow up with a screw through a decorative hanger, such as a cup holder used in the kitchen. There also are brick hangers available at your local home improvement store that also gets clamped into the mortar.

With both of these methods, though, keep in mind that they will leave a hole behind if you remove the hardware. Also, you should know exactly where you want to hang the stockings so that you get it right the first time. If looking to hang stockings from a mortarless fireplace such as granite, consider using the clips mentioned above on the top lip.

Happy Holidays!

Mr. Handyman can maintain your home to save you money. One call really does take care of everything on your to-do list. All Mr. Handyman franchises are Fully Insured with General Liability and Workers Compensation. Some services are subject to state and local licensing and may not be available in all locations. Make sure to stay on top of all your household repairs, improvements and maintenance needs and request service in your area.

Crown Molding for Cabinets

December 11, 2014

Much like crown molding adds a sophisticated touch to your ceilings and walls, it can also deliver elegant style to your kitchen cabinets. It is a traditional touch that will bring the style and design of any kitchen together. The best part of this project is it’s simplicity. If you’re familiar and comfortable with the proper tools, adding crown molding to your kitchen cabinets can be a quick and easy DIY weekend project. But make sure to read our five easy steps before beginning to make sure you have all the proper tools and equipment.

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Photo cred: Bruce Hall on Flickr.

Before you begin, gather all necessary materials. You’ll need:

  • A Miter saw
  • Tape measure
  • 1” x 1.5”  plywood to create a nailer (see step 1)
  • Nails
  • Hammer or Nail gun
  • Crown molding of choice

Step 1: Create a nailer on the top of your cabinets by attaching a 1” X 1.5” piece of plywood along the entire length of your cabinets. This nailer is now going to be base that you will attach your molding to.

Step 2: Measure each length and side of your cabinets. Make a note on how many pieces and at what length you will need crown molding for.

Step 3:  Measure the angle at which the crown molding will need to be cut. Hold two pieces of molding up and take note at the angle at which they will intersect at their corner. This will be important in ensuring your pieces match up at each corner.

Step 4: Using a miter saw, cut each individual piece to the specified length and angle needed. Attach these pieces to your nailer using a nail gun or hammer.

Step 5: Fill any inconsistencies or holes with putty. Let putty dry and sand to blend into the natural curve of the molding.

After you have properly installed your kitchen’s crown molding, you can now sand and stain or paint your cabinets to match. For tips, ideas and DIY instructions for cabinet refacing, click here. Kitchen cabinet molding done properly creates a seamless transition from your cabinets to your ceiling. It also adds beauty and elegance to one of the most-used rooms in the house. So why not add to the value of your home and try this DIY crown molding project?

Mr. Handyman can maintain your home to save you money over time. One call really does take care of everything on your to-do list. All Mr. Handyman franchises are Fully Insured with General Liability and Workers Compensation. Some services are subject to state and local licensing and may not be available in all locations. Make sure to stay on top of all your household repairs, improvements and maintenance needs and request service in your area.

Bright Spots in Christmas Light History

December 5, 2014

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and many of us are taking the time to admire all of the twinkling lights and decorations. Did you ever wonder how this joyous time became a holiday tradition in the first place? We created an infographic to help you take a look back at the history of Christmas Lights!

Whether you’re stringing lights on the tree or lighting up the entire yard, enjoy the holiday tradition to the fullest and use the social sharing buttons at the bottom of this article to share with family and friends.

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Need help spreading holiday cheer? Mr. Handyman can help. One call really does take care of everything on your to-do list. All Mr. Handyman franchises are Fully Insured with General Liability and Workers Compensation. Some services are subject to state and local licensing and may not be available in all locations. Make sure to stay on top of all your household repairs, improvements and maintenance needs and request service in your area.

Kitchen Design Ideas from Tile to Backsplashes to Island Design

December 4, 2014

We have all heard the following phrase a hundred times, “the kitchen is the heart of the home.”  At Mr. Handyman we agree and want to make sure your kitchen looks its best!  If your kitchen is in need of a facelift consider these options:

Tile Flooring at Its Best

Are your floors old and rundown?  Or maybe your current flooring is not reflective of your style.  It is time to choose a tile that can keep up with your day to day life and also satisfy your design style.

  • Slate tiles offer a stylish look and are great at hiding dirt in heavy traffic areas.
  • Looking for a more rustic feel?  Vinyl tiles give the floor a wood look that is durable and moisture resistant.
  • Porcelain tiles are also a popular choice because they are stain resistant and give a high end look.
  • If you have a smaller kitchen mosaic tiles may be the right choice for you and are easier to install.
  • Travertine is a great natural stone that is ideal for homes located in warmer climates but is also ideal if you are considering adding radiant heating under your flooring.
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Photo Credit: Charlotte Granite Kitchens on Flickr

Backsplash That Makes a Splash

There are more backsplash choices today than ever before.  Taking the item to add a backsplash to your kitchen can change the entire look of the space and be more rewarding then you think.

  • Glass tile is a great option to give your home a warm and traditional look.
  • Subway tile is a great option that offers a classic touch.
  • Sandstone is a great backsplash option that can give a kitchen a rustic touch and is applied just like tile.
  • A unique backslash choice is the use of river rocks.  Even though this is more commonly used in bathrooms it could be considered a tailored touch to any kitchen.
  • Try chalkboard paint.  Yes we said chalkboard paint.  This is a fun way to give your kitchen a new look plus give you a place to write a grocery list or new recipe.

Kitchen Island Designs Ideas

Adding an island to your kitchen is a great way to add additional cooking space and is a place for your guests to socialize.

  • Even though there is no set rule the average island should be 4 feet long and approximately 2 feet deep.
  • You also want to allow at least 36 inches or space between your new island and the cabinetry and appliances.
  • The kitchen island can be a focal point, consider making the island cabinetry different than the rest of the kitchen for a contrasting touch.

Mr. Handyman can maintain your home to save you money over time. One call really does take care of everything on your to-do list. All Mr. Handyman franchises are Fully Insured with General Liability and Workers Compensation. Some services are subject to state and local licensing and may not be available in all locations. Make sure to stay on top of all your household repairs, improvements and maintenance needs and request service in your area.

The Most Creative Outdoor Christmas Decorations for 2014

December 1, 2014

So you want to decorate your home for the holidays, but you don’t want your house to look like every other house in the neighborhood. Why be boring when you can stand out? Traditional Christmas lights, nativity scenes and blow-up Santas are great, and certainly festive, but if you’re looking to go that extra mile, we have some ideas for you!

Grinch Stealing Your Christmas
For people who want to be festive and fun, but don’t want to spend hours hanging decorations, this is the idea for you. Sheer brilliance, really. This decoration will take you about 10 minutes to put up, and will certainly be a head-turner.

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By Tania Burningham, Flickr

Upside Down Snowman
This takes a very traditional Christmas decoration and puts it on its head! Just make sure you don’t make the head too small, or else you could have a collapsing snowman.

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By Eh Dome, Flickr

The Snowman/Mailbox Hybrid
This will give your neighbors, and mail person, a good laugh. It will also cost you zero money, and it’s fun for the kids! All you need is snow, a scarf, a couple of sticks and a mailbox!

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By Amber Rose Gregory, Flickr

The “Ditto” Display
Are you unfortunate enough to live next to the guy whose Christmas decorations outdo everyone in the entire county? This makes it incredibly hard to stand out during the holidays. The best way to avoid being put in the shadows is to share your neighbors’ glory!

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By Noah Clark, Flickr

A Fake “Handyman” Hanging on for Dear Life
This is decoration is our favorite. The idea in itself is humorous but it also represents what could happen if you hired an unskilled laborer to hang your Christmas lights! If you’re looking to hire a professional handyman for your holiday decorating needs, make sure you give us a call. We take safety seriously and are fully insured.

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By Tania Burningham, Flickr

Mr. Handyman can maintain your home to save you money. One call really does take care of everything on your to-do list. All Mr. Handyman franchises are Fully Insured with General Liability and Workers Compensation. Some services are subject to state and local licensing and may not be available in all locations. Make sure to stay on top of all your household repairs, improvements and maintenance needs and request service in your area.

Top Tricks and Tips for Storing Christmas Lights and Decorations

November 30, 2014

You just put up your Christmas lights and decorations—or you plan to in the coming weeks—so why are we telling you now the best ways to pack them up come January? Because when the enthusiasm for the holiday season wears off, the many items that represent it often get packed in a rush, which can lead to damage.

Save your future self the money and effort required to purchase replacements next year by planning ahead to use these tips for storing Christmas lights and decorations.

Smartly Store Strings of Holiday Lights

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Store lights on a hanger. Photo Credit: wiki-How

There are a variety of ways to store your strands that will not result in broken bulbs or hair pulled out due to a tangled mess. If you want to take the DIY route, neatly roll each strand up and place in a plastic bag, one string per bag. Or you can wrap each strand around a piece of cardboard cut from the many boxes you will have on hand after the holidays; simply save the boxes as you get them.

You also can purchase a fancy Christmas lights bag that has a spool you roll the strands around before placing inside and zipping it closed for the year.

No matter which approach you take, label each container so you can quickly find what you need. You may decide to put up indoor lights before those on your home, or vice versa—make sure you can get right to it by pulling the appropriate boxes from your storage area.

Pro tip: Don’t save any strands that stopped working midway through the holiday season, as you will not—we repeat, not—want to take the time to fix them next year.

Pack Up Christmas Ornaments With Care

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Photo Credit: lisaclarke on Flickr

The best and easiest way to keep your ornaments intact is to place them in the boxes they came in, wrapped in tissue paper for added protection. Egg cartons make an excellent substitution for fragile, smaller ornaments, and you should have plenty what with all the eggnog and baked goods on the holiday menu.

Bonus tip: If you have multiple trees, store each tree’s ornaments separately to save time on sorting next year.

Splurge on Specialty Storage

If you invested in a pricey artificial tree or decorator wreath, keep it in the best possible shape by storing it in a bag made especially for its shape. Avoid placing it in a box that does not suit its shape to avoid bending or even breaking branches or other decorative items.

Label, Label, Label

Just as you will label smaller box and bags, also note on the outside cover of larger boxes what each box contains. Get the list-style sticky pads and itemize everything inside, taping the list to the side of the box facing out. Also be sure to group items by whichever class makes sense to your installation process.

For example, do you do lights all at once, layering decorations on top, or do you tackle tree by tree or room by room? No matter the method to your decorating madness, store with it in mind and label accordingly.

Pro tip: If you simply love your Christmas decorations this year, take pictures of it all. That way, you have a guide for next year and won’t have to rely on your memory.

Put Packing Up on Your Calendar

Knowing all of the above won’t help you smartly store your Christmas lights and decorations if you don’t set aside time to properly pack. Put on your calendar when you want to disassemble your displays and stick to it. Take your time and do the tasks as planned.

Mr. Handyman can maintain your home to save you money. One call really does take care of everything on your to-do list. All Mr. Handyman franchises are Fully Insured with General Liability and Workers Compensation. Some services are subject to state and local licensing and may not be available in all locations. Make sure to stay on top of all your household repairs, improvements and maintenance needs and request service in your area.

Mr. Handyman: 5 DIY Holiday Decorating Tips

November 25, 2014

The holidays are in full swing, which means it’s time to put up your holiday decorations, hang your lights and start wrapping your gifts! If this isn’t your first holiday season, you’re probably very aware that holiday preparation can be a hassle, especially if you’re trying to keep up with the Joneses! Fear not. Mr. Handyman put together 5 do-it-yourself holiday decorating tips and videos that will make your life a whole lot easier.

1. How to Hang Your Christmas Lights without Using Nails / Staple Gun
Instead of using a staple gun or nails, simply use zip ties to hang your holiday decorations and lights. After the holidays, it’s just a “snip” of a pair of scissors to take them down!

2. Quick and Easy Way to Organize & Store Christmas Lights
Rather than scrunching your Christmas lights into a big ball and tossing them into your storage room, try this quick tip. All you need is a hose reel!

3. How to Make Wrapping Paper Stay in Place
If you’ve ever used wrapping paper, you know that it likes to unroll itself and cause a huge mess. With just one toilet paper roll, all of your problems are solved!

4. DIY Holiday Decorating: Christmas Tree
If you love Christmas decorations, but hate the price tags, this is the tip for you. All you need for this decorative tree are a few zip ties and a tomato planter!

5. Make Your Own Christmas Tree Needle Catcher
So you bought a real tree because it looks and smells better. Understandable, but what about all of the needles? Here’s a tip that only requires a saucer sled!

Have a tip of your own? Please feel free to share it in the comments section below…

Mr. Handyman can maintain your home to save you money. One call really does take care of everything on your to-do list. All Mr. Handyman franchises are Fully Insured with General Liability and Workers Compensation. Some services are subject to state and local licensing and may not be available in all locations. Make sure to stay on top of all your household repairs, improvements and maintenance needs and request service in your area.

The Hottest Trends in Christmas Lights for 2014

November 23, 2014

Are you Clark Griswold when it comes to Christmas lights for your home? Or more Martha Stewart. Whether you opt for understated or go all out, here are a few Christmas light tips and trends to consider for 2014 holiday season.

LED Holiday Lights

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Photo Credit: Michael Gil on Flickr

If the cost of LEDs has made you stick with conventional lighting in the past, rethink that decision this year. LED lighting uses at least 75 percent less energy than incandescent lighting, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, leading to a lower energy bill come January. These lights last 35 to 50 percent longer than incandescent lighting and about two to five times longer than fluorescent lighting. LEDs also are more durable, produce very little heat and come with a minimum three-year warranty, adding to the many reasons why the cost of these lights actually saves you money in the long run.

Lighted Garland and Other DIY Ideas

If you prefer your decorations be appreciated up close, as opposed to from blocks away, there are a variety of subtle touches you can add to your porch or entryway.

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Photo Credit: Cliff on Flickr

Lighted Garland — Consider combining simple white lights with a favorite strand of garland. It can be pine greenery, bows, feathers or any design that complements the décor of your home. You can also purchase this type of lighted garland instead of taking the DIY approach.

Canned Lights — Speaking of DIY, this type of holiday light not only shows your creative style it repurposes and upcycles cans. Simply remove the top and bottom of cans, poke holes in star or other patterns, and place light strings accordingly.

Animated Light Shows

Do you want to impress your neighbors and also make your home a drive-by destination during the holidays? A light show with synced music will draw a crowd. YouTube has dozens of videos to use for inspiration, with more than a few sharing tips on how to make your own light show.

There are also products such as Christmas in a Box, a kit that includes a 16-channel light controller, FM transmitter, 10 songs and a setup guide. You may need help from your professional handyman to install the system, or you can ask him or her to devise a similar custom setup for your home.

Non-Traditional String Lights

Traditional holiday lights, whether regular or icicle, make for a lively lighting display. Why not try a different shape this year to stand out on the block. Snowflakes, ice cubes, holly, Santas, hearts and stars are just a few of the shapes available in white and multicolored lights and in strands as well as nets.

Safety First

When creating lighting displays, always be safe. Only use lights approved for outdoor use on your home. If using light strings from a previous year, check all wiring to ensure there are no frayed or worn areas that could create a fire hazard. Also inspect sockets and connections, and never use more than three strands per extension cord. Fasten them to your house with insulated staples or hooks, and keep all wiring away from where snow and puddles could sit.

Hire professionals for any roof or ladder work if you do not have previous experience. A fall from the roof or even a middle rung on a ladder can result in a sprained ankle, wrist or an even worse injury when you land. Your professional handyman will be more than happy to install your lighting display and to take it down after the new year.

Mr. Handyman can maintain your home to save you money. One call really does take care of everything on your to-do list. All Mr. Handyman franchises are Fully Insured with General Liability and Workers Compensation. Some services are subject to state and local licensing and may not be available in all locations. Make sure to stay on top of all your household repairs, improvements and maintenance needs and request service in your area.

4 Tips for Hiring a Home Improvement Professional

November 20, 2014
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At Mr. Handyman, we frequently speak with callers who have had a poor experience with a previous home improvement professional, or who attempted to “DIY” their project but it didn’t turn out quite as expected.

So, we thought it might be a good idea to recap a little advice…

Keep reading for Mr. Handyman’s four tips for hiring a home improvement professional:

  • Our first advice is to contact and deal directly with the home improvement professional whenever possible. There are online review sites like Angie’s List where you can read customer reviews about the service providers. Typically, the phone numbers on these sites will actually ring through to the business and not to a third-party, which is a good thing.
  • If you choose to find a service provider through a site that wants to ‘match you’ or choose the service provider for you, be cautious. Often with these types of companies, you have no idea who they will send to your door. These sites are primarily marketing sites that make a commission for each ‘lead’ they generate. The service provider may or may not carry a license or insurance. Some of these sites require background checks, others do not.  Most of these companies spend a lot of money to be at the top section of the search engine results and promise the best guys in town at the lowest rates available. Think about that for a minute. Do you really think the best guy in town will work for the lowest available rate? If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Please beware.
  • Focus on reputation. Don’t let the company tell you how great they are, instead, let their customers tell you. Having a few negative reviews is normal. It is difficult for any service provider to please everyone. So instead of looking at the bad reviews, focus on the number of good reviews. If a service provider has dozens, or even hundreds, of good online reviews it’s a pretty good bet that this is a well-run company with quality staff and you can expect good results.
  • And finally, ask for the service provider’s mailing address. Do they get tongue-tied? If there happens to be a problem can you visit their office? If the address is out of state, you are not dealing directly with the service provider. And if the service provider cannot provide you with an address, you should begin to wonder how professional they are.

At Mr. Handyman we believe in delivering something different – a safe and worry free job completed by an expert. Our Service Technicians are actual employees, not sub-contractors. Each has been screened for safety and experience prior to hiring. They average 15+ years of home improvement experience and can handle most needs around your home. When you call Mr. Handyman you get a live answer, confirmed appointment, and on-time arrival. This is our promise.

Mr. Handyman can maintain your home to save you money over time. One call really does take care of everything on your to-do list. All Mr. Handyman franchises are Fully Insured with General Liability and Workers Compensation. Some services are subject to state and local licensing and may not be available in all locations. Make sure to stay on top of all your household repairs, improvements and maintenance needs and request service in your area.

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