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Gresham Handyman Services

Plumber John's Services And Repairs,             Re-modelling And Re-pipes

Plumber John's Services And Repairs, Re-modelling And Re-pipes

4.6 (30)
We specialize in repipes, water heater installations and repairs. We Improve peoples lives! Services and repairs since 1981 Licensed * Bonded * Insured Installations and Repairs: Water Heaters, sinks and disposals, faucets, bathroom, kitchen & laundry tub sinks.  Specially priced Repipes, Remodels and Water Heaters We also clear drain line stoppages, & give tips on preventive measures. **On call 24/7. No extra charges for weekends and most holidays Absolute quality & craftmanship = satisfaction garanteed, Plumber John trusted throughout the communities. We care about our customers, enquire about our senior citizens and vetera ... View Profile
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Pro Serv Restoration & Clean

Pro Serv Restoration & Clean

5.0 (4)
We help our customers to achieve  their goal in bathroom, kitchen, remodeling. We explain step by step work that will be done for our customer.
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ShinePro Building Solutions, LLC

ShinePro Building Solutions, LLC

5.0 (2)
ShinePro is a family owned "One stop Shop" for any home service needs
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TP Renovations

TP Renovations

4.0 (1)
Quality service at affordable prices we try to give immediate fast response to all jobs. I have been doing construction work and home renovations for 45 years we do ceramic tile Plumbing minor electrical we specialize in waterproofing and water intrusion carpentry finish carpentry framing dry rot repair
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Portland Value Shed

Portland Value Shed

4.0 (1)
We build a unique shed that is not found anywhere else . Check out our website for more info  We also suit your custom needs by building custom decks , patios , and pergolas . 
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NW Tree Work

NW Tree Work

Our company owned and operated by ISA Certified Arborist John Page. We prune and remove trees thoughout the Portland metro area daily. We have Master Arborist on staff for highly technical tree work that includes cabling/bracing, crane removals, fallen trees off of homes, etc. We are the top rated pro on Thumbtack, and a highly rated service professional on Home Advisor as well. You will find us listed as a Friends of trees preferred arborist provider list, and we are found on the City of Portland’s arborist referral list. Oregon Humane Society has our contact information posted for "cat stuck in a tree" rescue services.  ... View Profile
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JM Carpenter

JM Carpenter

mostly carpentry work  Interior carpentry ,installing  doors. Front doors, case molding,  crown molding,  base molding , hand rails, kitchen cabinets, hardwood floors,  wood designs,  siding repairs windows repairs, decks repairs porches and column's, some tile jobs, mostly a handy man
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Lanny's Handyman Services

Lanny's Handyman Services

As a former Gen. Contr. I spent a lot of my time and energy in moving and then rebuilding houses. I have 30 years patching sheetrock, restoring hardwood floors, installing doors, locks and windows. I can remove and install toilets, tubs and showers and move chicken coops. I don't install carpet, vinyl, or insulation and only clean gutters of a single story building, otherwise give me a call for a free estimate. I charge $45.00 per hour with a 2 hour minimum cost or will bid your job. ... View Profile
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Frequently asked questions

How much does a handyman service charge?

Handyman hourly rates are $50 to $80 on average, plus the cost of materials. Most handyman work costs $150 to $600, depending on the job's size and if the handyman is self-employed or corporate. Handymen who purchase materials may have a 20% to 50% markup or a trip charge of $30 to $80.

What can a handyman legally do?

A handyman can legally do small jobs and repairs like painting a room, hanging a TV, unclogging a drain, patching a wall, replacing a ceiling fan, fixing a fence or gate, cleaning gutters, or replacing a toilet. Some states have limits on the amount handymen can legally charge before needing a license.

Can a handyman do plumbing or electrical work?

Only licensed handymen can do plumbing or electrical work. Although, a handyman may legally do small electrical and plumbing jobs in some states, like replacing a toilet. For larger projects, it's best to hire electricians or plumbers in your area.

How to find a local handyman in your area?

Start by searching our list of handyman services near you. After finding and contacting potential candidates:

  • Get at least three quotes to compare.
  • Read reviews and check out their previous work on HomeGuide, Google, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
  • Select handyman contractors that are licensed, bonded, and experienced.
  • Discuss rates and payment methods upfront.
  • Avoid selecting the lowest quote as quality may suffer.
  • Ask for at least a 1-year labor warranty.
  • Get a full breakdown of all labor and material costs involved.
  • Ask about their warranties and guarantees.
  • Discuss job timelines, work hours, and expectations for larger projects.
  • Avoid making payments upfront. Instead, pay when the work is completed.

How do I hire a nearby handyman?

When looking to hire a local handyman, ask the following questions:

  • What type of work can you do?
  • What is your hourly rate?
  • Do you have a trip charge for getting materials?
  • How much do you mark up materials?
  • Can you provide a written estimate upfront?
  • Do you have local references or a portfolio of your work?
  • Are you licensed, insured, and bonded?
  • What hours do you work?
  • How long will the job take?
  • How do you handle additional work that arises?
  • Do you provide a guarantee?
  • How do you handle damages that happen on the job?
  • Do you work alone, or will you use subcontractors?
  • What’s your payment schedule?

After asking questions and comparing estimates, hire the best handyman in your area.

Does a handyman need a license?

Many states have a “Handyman Exemption” that only requires a license for jobs over $500 to $10,000 or more, varying by state. In other states, a license is mandatory for all work. Many states also require worker’s compensation and liability insurance to protect against damage or accidents.

Do you tip a handyman?

Handymen don't expect a tip. If the handyman goes above and beyond or spends more time than expected, a tip is appreciated. Most homeowners tip a handyman $10 to $20 or between 10% and 15% of the total job.

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