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What We Do

We’ve tried our best to cover a ton of home maintenance stuff, but there’s just so much out there, you know? We’ve also tackled the questions we get asked a lot. But hey, if you don’t see what you need, shoot us an email, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we put our tools down.


  • Exterior Work

    • House painting
    • Clearing guttering (up to 2 story buildings)
    • Facia and soffit repair and clean
    • Installing flood lighting and outdoor lighting
    • Installing outdoor taps
    • Rendering
    • Repair of external doors, handles
    • Basic repair of windows
    • Lock fitting
    • Patio cleaning
    • Repair of small walls, steps, patio slabs
    • Installation of fence panels
    • Repair and painting of fence panels
  • Interior Work

    • Painting, decorating and hanging wallpaper
    • Putting up shelves
    • Picture hanging
    • Hanging curtain poles and curtains
    • Dry wall repair
    • End of tenancy repairs
    • Building or dismantling furniture
    • Door hanging
    • Fixing doorknobs/hinges
    • Installing lights
  • Electrical

    • Hanging TV’s/electricals
    • Repairing electric sockets
    • Installing surround sound
    • Speaker mounting
    • Smart home installation
    • Installing light fixtures and fittings
  • Plumbing

    • Leaky tap repair
    • Fixing leaky radiators
    • Bleeding radiators
    • Fixing toilets and cisterns
    • Plumbing in washing machine and tumble dryer
    • Leaky pipe repair although this may require professional water services

FAQs

Do you come out to quote and is it free?

Yes, absolutely. We like to make sure that I can identify what needs doing and how long it will take.

What area do you cover?

We cover Birmingham, Solihull, and surrounding areas. For larger projects we would be open to further afield.

Do you remove rubbish?

Unfortunately, we are not equipped to remove rubbish but happily fill a pre booked skip for you. We always leave the work area neat and tidy.

Do you work weekends?

Yes, we like to be available for our customers, particularly those who work in the week. We try to accommodate your schedule as much as we can.

Do you do plastering?

No, plastering is an art and although we can plaster, we recommend leaving this work to the professionals.

What will you charge me?

Depending on the work that you need doing, depends on the cost. Our goal is to keep costs as low as possible. We will come and quote for the work and leave it to you to decide when you would like to go ahead.

Can I rely on you?

Yes. When we say we will carry out work, unless something environmental occurs, we will be there when we say we will be there. Feel free to read our happy customer reviews.

Do you do boiler repair and installation?

We recommend that you use a specialist boiler repair company for this work.

Do you re-wire houses?

Again, we would recommend a qualified electrician for this although we are happy to carry out other electrical work such as repairing sockets, hanging light fixtures etc.

Do you offer payment options?

For larger projects we are open to discussing payment options.

What if I unhappy with the job?

We aim to leave all customers 100% satisfied so if you are unhappy with something, let us know and we will sort it out for you.

Are you insured?

Absolutely yes we are.

Public Liability insurance is super important for a handyman because it covers you if something goes wrong while you’re working, and someone else’s property gets damaged, or if someone gets hurt because of your work. For example, you accidentally break a window, ruin the floor, or knock over something valuable at a customer’s place. This insurance ensures you won’t have to pay for those damages out of your pocket.

Our Public Liability insurance provides coverage of £5,000,000 for each specific incident that may occur. Additionally, it offers unlimited coverage over an extended period for product liability, but with a total cap on the amount the insurance will pay for all products-related claims combined.

If someone gets hurt because of what you’re doing, like a client or someone nearby, this insurance also helps cover their medical bills or other expenses. It’s like having a safety net to protect you from big financial troubles.

And there’s another part of the insurance that deals with the stuff you provide as a handyman, like materials or products. Let’s say you sell or install something, and it causes problems later on, even after a long time. The insurance will still cover you for those issues, but there’s a limit on how much it’ll pay for all those claims put together.

So, to sum it up, Public Liability insurance is a must for a handyman to keep them safe from expensive claims in case something goes wrong while working on different jobs. With this insurance, you can have peace of mind and focus on your work without worrying about unexpected accidents.