Your husband said he’ll mount that TV on the wall with the new set of power tools he bought, and you’ve since found yourself filled with dread?
Your wife talked to the plumber and now you’re wondering if he really charges
everyone that much just to come out and *look* at a running toilet? (Spoiler: he does.)
“Sure, just drill through the tile and install a wall anchor,” said the guy at Home Depot when you asked about mounting a grab bar in your elderly mother’s house. Like it’s the easiest thing in the world.
Do you *actually* think you can fix that yourself? *Really*?
You know you need help. So call me. I won’t tell anyone.
I'm a fully insured (I carry a $1,000,000.00 insurance policy) and registered/licensed NJ handyman and home improvement contractor. (NJ Home Improvement Contractor #13VH10557900 -- look for this number whenever you hire any kind of home improvement contractor here in NJ, as anyone operating and/or advertising without it is actually breaking the law.) I specialize in small installations and repairs, and prefer ongoing relationships with clients who need help in this area. I prefer relationships to specific jobs, and I'm looking for good clients I can build relationships with.
Please don't hesitate to call, text, or email if you have any questions. As opposed to listing on this page every single little thing I might do, I think this works better: if you have a job you want done, get in touch and I'll tell you if I can do it.
Thanks for taking the time to read this. I hope to hear from you!
***Note: This being Craigslist, it's gotten to the point where I need to say this. Do me and yourself a favor and do not contact me if you want something repaired in your home for $50. Really, don't contact anyone if that's what you're after. Only people with a criminal record and/or a drug problem will drive out to your home for that price. Please try to do it yourself before you ever consider a random person on Craigslist who is willing to drive out to your home and do repairs for $50. The quality of their work isn't even worth bringing up--you'll be lucky if they even *do* any work, let alone finish it.***