Having devoted many years to building up our own Property Portfolio and taking great pride in having completed around 80-90% of our own labour, I found myself missing the work involved. Being a serial 'Improver' , I decided to offer my abilities to all those needing the smaller jobs around the home doing. My services include bt are not limited to:-
blind fitting service
changing light bulbs
curtain pole fitting
door handle fitting
extractor fan wiring
flat pack furniture
( Please note, that I do not do Painting and Decorating anymore and like to stick to 1 and 2 hour jobs only )
So, no job too small, just give me a call..... I work within a 5 mile radius of Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead.
£30 for first hour and then £20 per hour thereafter.
By Appointment Only :-
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