Which areas does Pro Service Handyman service?
Pro Services Handyman is based in Williamson County, TN and serves the middle Tennessee towns of Franklin, Thompsons Station, Liepers Fork, Spring Hill, Brentwood, Columbia, Chapel Hill, Arrington, College Grove, Rudderville, Eagleville, and areas of Nashville: Forest Hills, Belle Meade, Berry Hill, Oak Hill, Bellevue. Contact Pro Services Handyman.
What is the difference between a handyman and a contractor?
Contractors are licensed in a specific field of work and specialize only in projects related to that particular line of work. Handymen do not require a license and may have a broader range of general skills that are used around the home or office.
What types of projects do Handymen work on?
Handymen / Handyman / Handywomen work on a variety of items. You’ll find that different Handymen specialize in different types of jobs or size of jobs. These range from hanging art to interior painting to installing a door, and much more. Here are some of the items Pro Services Handyman can do view our services. If you have a specific request, contact us and ask if we do it!
How Much Does a Handyman Charge Per Hour?
The quick answer is; different handymen charge different rates. Some charge by the hour, some have set rates, some provide an estimate for each job. Rates will fluctuate based on the type of project they’re completing, their skills, the complexity of the work, the region (city/state), and other variables. The way we charge depends on the job. Sometimes we’ll do work on a time and materials basis, other jobs we’ll provide a fixed rate, others we’ll provide an estimate. Tell us about your project!
What kind of work does a Handyman do?
Handymen are not all equal. One handyman may have a skill set another handyman won’t have. This will dictate which jobs you should hire them to perform. Here are a few of the services a handyman will likely perform. Interior painting, exterior painting, staining or painting a deck, minor plumbing repairs such as repairing a small leak can be done by a handyman. Applying caulking to doors/windows, replacing damaged deck boards, gutter cleaning, drywall repair, driveway sealing, maintenance work, touch-ups, general repairs, general honey-do projects… these are just a few of the type of projects a handyman will often tackle. Any major plumbing, electrical, etc will require a professional contractor who is licensed in that line of work.
What Is a Handyman?
A handyman, also known as a fixer, handyperson or handyworker, maintenance worker, repair worker, or repair technician, is a person skilled at a wide range of repairs, typically for keeping buildings, shops or equipment around the home in good repair. Read More Here