Now Open San Mateo, CA!
How Can We Help You?
Enter project (e.g. "kitchen remodel") or zip/postal code
Your Go-To Connection for All Your Home Improvement Needs
I had my basement finished over 20 years ago but the contractor failed to pull the needed permits and get the work inspected. I decided it was time to rectify the situation. I drew up plans for what was done and met with the county regional building department. After hearing all the work that would need to be done I decided to hire someone and that ended up being Handyman Connection. Russ ended up coordinating everything for them and he did a great job, coming up with some innovative ideas that saved a lot of work and money. Russ also did a lot of drywall repairs and painting. He did great work. Their plumber, Paul, had to make a couple of changes to get the basement up to current code. He also did a great job. The electrical work was a little tougher. The code had changed significantly and a lot of work needed to be done. HC originally had Brian work up the bid but Brian left the company before we got to that stage of the work. HC send Andy out to check the estimate and it was obvious he didn't like it but he agreed to do it. As the work went along Andy kept finding more things that he felt needed to be done. Andy is the nicest guy in the world but he is new to the US (from Ireland) and he was over cautious about everything. Not a bad thing by itself but the job ended up being a lot more expensive then I had anticipated. All in all they got the basement approved and quality of the work was excellent.
September 28, 2016
Handyman Connection of Colorado Springs
Best experience by far! I would absolutely without a question recommend HC. So easy from the booking and flawless workmanship. Thank you, Sabrina Desjardins
September 26, 2016
Handyman Connection of South Fraser
I've used Handyman Connection for over a decade. Everyone who has been sent over to do a project has done a great job! Projects have included fixing the "float" (or whatever that thing is in my toilet) a couple of times, replacing door locks and knobs, putting in a new electrical outlet, changing batteries on smoke detectors, fixing a bent screen sliding door, and putting up ceiling fans. Price has never seemed too expensive for the work that was done. I just had a couple of jobs done last month, and I'll be calling them for more small projects in a few weeks. Would I call Handyman for every job I have around the house? No. But the little "honey-do" jobs? Definitely.
September 25, 2016
Handyman Connection of Chicago NW