So, what exactly do I do? Well, I am a..
a person who does odd jobs
one competent in a variety of small skills or inventive or ingenious in repair or improvement work —called also handyperson
takes on projects that might be too big for you to take on, but not big enough to bring in a contractor
has a number for a name, a sense of humor, and can-do attitude
synonyms: repairman, odd-job man, factotum, jack of all trades;
Woodwork, light repair work, custom projects, property improvement, and more.
MY NAME IS 4 (yes, like the number)
Everyone loves a story. Here's mine:
I started building things as a kid. My first job as an adult was building houses with my older brother. We built some pretty amazing stuff together and I learned skills that would be useful for the rest of my life. Next, in the Service, I learned a lot about the importance of perseverance, and about the art of attention to detail. Now I am a recent college graduate, an aspiring urban agriculturalist, a handyman, and a woodworker looking for my next project.
What do you need done?
I’ll only work with the best materials available and I guarantee all of my work for one year. I never compromise quality for time and give my clients realistic schedules that accommodate their lives. I strive for honest customer service, and I am fully certified and insured by the ACHP (Association of Certified Handyman Professionals).