It's almost home improvement season again. Now is a good time to assess if there's any winter damage to your home and make plans for spring repairs.
In today's Angie's List report, how a handyman can help with your projects around the house.
The best way to retain your home's value is to keep it in good shape. With the arrival of spring, homeowners should take a good look around their homes to determine if there are repairs they should address.
All of us have lists of projects around the house that either we don't have time to get to or we aren't sure how to fix. Many homeowners use a handyman regularly to take care of routine maintenance and odd-and-end projects around the house.
Angie's List, the nation's leading provider of consumer reviews, asked highly rated handymen/handywomen how they can help with their honey-do list.
A handyman, or handywoman, can offer a one-stop-shop for many home repair services.
Most handyman companies offer a wide range of services. Some focus on smaller home improvement projects such as weather stripping, faucet installation and drywall repair while others can do both small
For homeowners with a long to-do list of minor repairs that don't require a trade license, handymen can eliminate the need for multiple service providers – thus saving you time and money.
Angie's List Tips: Hiring a Handyman