Hey look, we're famous:
You can't tell from the cover, but we got a little mention in "Money" magazine back in January. I didn't even know it until someone emailed me today to tell me.
My wife, Faith, is actually the one quoted. A reporter called her out of the blue several months ago and interviewed her. Then nothing else happened for awhile and we forgot all about it.
But here it is:
Home Makeover Checklist:
Seven Ways to Upgrade Your House This Winter
Her quote is halfway through the article. She gave the reporter some sound advice:
She's absolutely right; this is a great strategy. I have several clients who call me regularly with checklists, and it's very efficient for them because they only have to call me out once every so often. It's also helpful for budgeting, because it's easier to keep track of what you're spending when everything is grouped together in a checklist.
So if you want to hire a slightly famous handyman service, get your checklist together and give us a call. We'll be glad to help.
They say you can't do work that's "fast, cheap and good" but I beg to differ. (Please, please, let me differ!)
Check out this recent backsplash repair which I did for one of my clients. She had a ledge behind her bathroom sink which was made from particle board. Since particle board is basically just sawdust and glue, it had started to swell and crack:
The first thing I did was take out the particle board and replace it with luan board, which won't swell up:
Then my client purchased a set of the "gel" tiles from the hardware store. I usually have my doubts about faux tiles, but these looked great. I didn't even have to use a tile saw, since they cut with scissors:
They even look good up close:
If you've got an ugly little problem like a work-worn backsplash, we'll be glad to help. Just give us a call or use our handy online contact form.