“Vigil’s Handyman Services”

Posted: March 7, 2013 in Uncategorized
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Vigil’s Handyman Services
Playing the Handyman Hand: Smart Moves
Posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013 1:34 PM
Breaking News: Handyman Services Save Homeowners Money!
Quick Service—
While you often have to schedule appointments with other contractors weeks or months ahead of time, most handymen will bend over backwards to fit you in as soon as possible, especially if you have a pressing need, such as a plumbing leak, frozen pipes, or a failed heating system. In fact, once you find a good handyman, it’s not a bad idea to put his number on speed dial. You won’t find better peace of mind as a homeowner than knowing you’ve got competent Mr. Fix It just a phone call away.

One-Stop Shopping—
A handyman, by definition, is a jack-of-all-trades. That said, you can save yourself a lot of money, time, and frustration, by calling a handyman to tackle all of your household needs in one visit, rather than paying separately for the high prices and big egos of specialized contractors like plumbers, painters, and carpenters, to do the same jobs.
Reasonable Pricing—
Because handymen focus on smaller jobs around your house, they usually charge less for their services than a big-time contractor would. Sure, Joe General Contractor might deserve the big bucks if he’s coordinating work between your architect, framers, concrete guys, drywallers, and painters, but if you’re opting for home improvements on a smaller scale it doesn’t make sense to pay all that extra money for services that you just don’t need.

Bigger Isn’t Always Better—
To put it simply, why pay to remodel your entire bathroom when installing a new sink and upgrading your shower fixtures will do? We live in a society where the reigning mantra is “more, more, more,” and the world of home improvement is no exception. Handymen specialize in just the opposite: smaller jobs that cost less money, but that make a big difference, nonetheless.

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