I work as a general handyman and I'm able to do a wide variety of jobs.
Post date: Feb 7, 2011 9:22:21 PM
Although I have the skills and knowledge to build a house, I no longer choose to undertake any large projects. Many customers tell me I am particularly good at problem solving.I can custom build wardrobes and bookcases, hang doors, assemble flat pack, make wooden windows open that have stuck for years, install cat flaps, fit washing machines/dishwashers, fix leaking taps, toilets, and ball cocks, in fact there are not many jobs I cannot do.My skillsMy skills cover most things carpentry, plumbing, or electricalI do not do ANY heating or gas - but I know a man who does...Please note I am not a registered plumber or electricianAll electrical work carried out by me will be approved by a Oliver Connor a fully registered electrician. If and when certification is applicable he may charge a fee for the certificate.
I know a number of very good reliable tradesmen. These tradesmen are known to me and have been tried and tested by my many customers. The people whom I introduce, or whose numbers I give you, are completely independent from my business. Make sure that you feel happy with them and negotiate with them for their work directly.
Any estimate given whether verbal or written will be for my advice, labour, and expertise only and does not cover unforeseen circumstances, additional works, or work to be carried out by any other tradesmen.
All materials are in addition to the estimate and must be paid for in advance. If you wish I can take you to my trade suppliers, where you can take advantage of my trade discount accounts.
Any rubbish will need to be placed in your general household rubbish bin, if a large amount of rubbish is expected then I would advise that you arrange a skip to be on site. Alternatively I can give you the telephone number of a man who does rubbish clearance.
I accept cash and Paypal.
I do not give credit in any form.