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About Handyman Matters

Handyman Matters is a simple, professional, reliable service to use. We focus on all types of work and no job is too small. Simply call our local office, speak to a customer service representative regarding your specific project, and we'll schedule a professional craftsman usually within 2-3 days. Time Plus Materials:
Handyman Matters performs all
 – more... work at a time plus materials format. We have a service charge to get the craftsman to the property, an hourly charge with a one hour minimum and then billing continues in 15 minute increments and then material charges. We do not ask for any payment upfront and offer a one year guarantee on all work performed. Our Guarantee: We guarantee your satisfaction. We guarantee to provide an ethical and professional business service. We guarantee all labor for one year. We guarantee any materials purchased by us for one year. – lessMore from ZoomInfo »

Handyman Matters Employer Reviews

Craftsman (Current Employee), Colorado Springs, COApril 3, 2013
Carpenter, (Current Employee), Richmond HillJuly 4, 2012
Lead assitant Handman (Former Employee), Farmers Branch, TXMarch 12, 2012

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