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Frequently asked questions

Why should I hire a handyman?

A handyman is a great way to get multiple odd jobs done by one trained professional. They have a basic to average understanding and ability in most home renovation and repair tasks. 

Handymen are often much cheaper than a specialised professional and can complete the task to a similar standard.

Can the handyman provide the materials for the work?

Yes, usually they will know where to source the materials from if you don’t have them already. Just make sure to ask so he’ll know what to get for the task.

The more information you can give before hand the better as it will help the professional to get a better understanding of what is needed from him.

Should I check if my handyman is insured?

Yes, as they are working on your home there is, of course, a risk that something can go wrong, this is generally true for all tradespeople. Making sure they are insured means that you are covered in the event of any accidents.

Can a handyman take on larger more skilled jobs?

Usually, the answer is no. Handymen specialise in smaller jobs no more than few days work. They do however often have an extensive network of professionals who they work with that they can recommend.