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[Top»] How much does it cost?

A Handyman will normally charge in one of two ways which are an hourly rate or a job rate. If a Handyman charges by the hour, then the longer it takes to finish the job, the more it will cost. On the other hand, a job rate is one flat rate price for the job, no matter how long it takes to finish, it will remain the same price if it takes one hour to finish or ten hours to finish.

[Top»] Why should I use a Handyman?

A Handyman can be very useful to use as they can turn their hand to many different applications. The Handyman me have a whole range of skills that they can implement in different ways. They may be able to hang a new door, stop a dripping tap, cut the lawns and many other different tasks.

The advantage of using a Handyman is that they can come at your convenience to help with specific problems and can normally charge less than trade specialists such as plumbers or joiners. Other situations when a Handyman could be called is to put up a shelf, if you’re not so good with a spirit level and don’t know the difference between a twist and masonry drill bit, then why not leave it to somebody who does and make sure the job is done right first time around?

[Top»] When should I use a Handyman?

A Handyman can be used to solve many different problems, to ensure that the Handyman is able to perform the required task; it may be beneficial for you to give a brief description of what actually needs carrying out when speaking to the Handyman, just so that the Handyman has been given some information as a supposed to turning up to the job ‘blind’ and also that you know you have stated the problem for when they arrive.