Most seniors in Atlanta will need handyman services for home maintenance and repair. For small to medium repairs such as ceiling fans, appliance repair, doors, wallpapers, and lighting to large remodeling projects involving floors, basements, bedrooms, windows, decks and patios, attics and remodeling, handyman services can handle many maintenance or repair jobs. Before hiring a handyman seniors in Atlanta should ask for references.

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 Atlanta Handyman Service | Home Repair, Maintenance | Odd Jobs

Sometimes you just need to contract someone to do some things around the house. (Those who seem to know something about everything, including how to DO them, are a dying breed. If you find one, be excited!)

Sometimes you just need a painter, or a plumber, or an electrician, or someone to do little things like hang a ceiling fan or pressure wash the deck.

Many times, you may get a flyer in your mailbox. A word of caution: Just because one SAYS one knows what one is doing, doesn't mean one really does!

When considering any type of contractor, even for small jobs, it is always advisable to call at least six of their references. Ask for details about the experience each had with the contractor. If it is all good, continue by saying, "Please tell me of any little problem you may have had with this person." This last question tells the person called that it is okay to talk about any minor problems, which may or may not be minor to you.

As always, call the Better Business Bureau to make sure there have been no reported complaints. (This number is located in the Quick Guide of your SRD). Depending on the job, it is advisable to ask to see certification that the contractor is bonded and insured

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