Handy Home Hands
2 Bath 3 Vanity light remodel
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Very satisfied with our experience and work completed at my home. Outdoor sting lights installed well, even finishing the job in the rain! Would definitely recommend to friends and use again!Oct 10, 2020Verified
Handy Home Hands was the best experience I’ve ever had with something that needed to be done around the house he installed the dog door with ease the perfect choice professional for my home I would definitely use his services againJan 1, 2020Verified
Hired Damien to remove & replace ceiling lights indoor plus one fan & 3 outdoor lights & he was Awesome. He came through on time & even had a broken foot. He did an amazing job for a fair price. His time est. To do the job was spot on. Thanks again Damien Job well done, everything looks great.Nov 25, 2019Verified
Damien was great to work with. He built a great product and the price was outstanding. I will definitely employ him again. Thanks, S.R.Nov 18, 2019Verified
Damien replaced some damaged OSB and added flashing to my roof line. He is very knowledgeable about the construction industry and up to date on building codes. I would highly recommend him for your next home project.Oct 5, 2019Verified
- How did you get started doing this type of work?It all started at the young age of 4 helping my great-grandfather in his woodworking shop. From there I grew up helping neighbors and family members with home projects. This planted a deep love and respect for the complexity and craftsmanship of old homes. In high school I worked for a handyman, a landscaper, and a machinist, part-time temporarily. I gained a lot of knowledge in regards to home construction, problem solving, and good costumer service. I learned the most from Ken Mosely the machinists, he taught me the art of perfection requires patience attention to detail and extensive planning. When I was seventeen I took a job framing houses full-time on Fort Benning Georgia. Since then I have worked many specialized trades such as vinyl siding, gutters, plumbing, insulation installing, metal roofing, hotel remodeling, security surveillance install, dry wall install, trim and finish, manufacturing quality assurance auditor, utility pole restoration, welder, fabricator, ironworker, and many more. Some people may look at my work history as being to inconsistent, a lot of my many avenues of employment are do to being 18 when the 2008 recession-hit made me the bottom man on the totem pole for every job I took which in turn made me the first to go do to budget cuts. At the time this was a nuisance constantly having to apply for a new job, and starting over as the new guy was hard. This lead me too develop rapid learning skills and highly competitive work ethics. After losing my job as a manufacturing quality auditor due to political business changes that made more since to send jobs to China, I took an interest in welding and iron working. A couple of years into it and realized that the only way to make a deceit living was to sacrifice time with my family to take on the road jobs. Not really wanting to abandon my wife and kids for money forced me to take inventory of my skills which led me to the solution of self employment.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?A handyman's primary scope of work should be simple task that do not require a contractor. Do not let some fly by night handyman take on a job that should require a contractor's license. Any major plumbing, electrical, structural add on/remodel, and or any single project totaling over $2,500 in total expense. should be handled buy a license contractor
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?is your project something a handy homeowner with tools could do or will it require a crew with specialized equipment?