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Greenville Handyman Services

A&J Fencing, Decking & Flooring

A&J Fencing, Decking & Flooring

4.8 (13)
Hire the pros from A&J Fencing, Decking & Flooring if you need help with home remodeling. They have some of the most dependable general contractors in Newton who can handle handyman projects. This expert has been providing mobile home repairs in Newton for 10 years.
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Warnerimp INC

Warnerimp INC

5.0 (3)
Atlanta area businesses over 20 yr experience 
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Security  Plus  Home Solutions, LLC.

Security Plus Home Solutions, LLC.

5.0 (3)
This business is a honey-do-list company that also offers remodeling and maintenance services. These handy men handle cleaning and painting jobs, among others. They have some skilled and well-rounded pros who handle asbestos removal, post-construction cleanup, and deck or porch repair.
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Carolina Coastal Handyman Services

Carolina Coastal Handyman Services

5.0 (2)
If you need a pro who offers mobile handyman services, try Stacy Green. They offer professional handy man services to property managers and home owners. Check out their amazing handyman reviews and hire them for big and small job.
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Handyman Steven

Handyman Steven

Searching for reliable pros who offer affordable handyman services? This person specializes in kitchen cabinets, built-ins, closet remodels and fireplace mantels. Handyman Steven has earned a number of good reviews from customers.
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CCBM LLC

CCBM LLC

CCBM LLC is an insured, bonded, and licensed general contracting firm handling handyman projects, from additions to major repair. Then check out CCBM LLC. This dependable contractor provides painting, house cleaning, and insulation.
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CCBM Construction

CCBM Construction

Planning some home remodeling projects? Give this enterprise a try. They have gained positive comments from their previous clients.
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House 2 Home Repairs & Renovations

House 2 Home Repairs & Renovations

I am honest, hard-working, and someone who is driven by helping others. I have a commitment to customer satisfaction and quality workmanship. I am fully insured and will treat your home with respect, as if it were my own. FAQs What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)? I price my services competitively and ask a lot of questions up front to understand the project completely. What is your typical process for working with a new customer? Once I get a notification, I will follow up with the customer to find out more about their project and setup a time to meet. What education and/or training do you have that ... View Profile
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Southern Pride Remodeling

Southern Pride Remodeling

We are a full remodleing company that offers kitchen, bath,bedroom remodleing or any room. We repair roofs of any type,along with repairing and installing floors of any kind. We install windows. We build custom decks(your design or our design)patios,sunroons. We are licesended in electrical,plumbing&HVAC. From painting to dry wall we do it all!
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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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