Sometimes finding a good handyman for your house can get really challenging. And it’s not always about skills of the handyman, sometimes it’s just about personality. We made this checklist of things you need to do before looking for a handyman, so you could find the best PRO you need.
There is no later, when it comes to your family safety, right? Now it’s time to make sure your carbon monoxide detectors are in place and working to protect you and your family from this silent killer. Carbon monoxide (CO) is one of the most dangerous gasses that can accumulate in your home. The most number of deaths from carbon monoxide poisoning happens in the cold weather months than at any other time of year. CO doesn’t have any color, odor and it’s undetectable without a carbon monoxide alarm, so it can literally kill you before you even understand what’s happening.
Spring has arrived. Now it’s time to take a look at your house and prepare it for the warm months ahead. Our checklist of spring home maintenance will help you avoid big repairs and bills for them in future. Hire PROs who will get your home in good shape by doing small but important tasks. Ask them:
From time to time you may need some help with home repairs and maintenance issues to fix things that you may not have the knowledge or ability to do yourself. Entrust a professional to take care of indoor home repairs, paint your garage, or repair your deck. You can easily find any of the services you need on Online Service Marketplace Markate. But before hiring someone, here’s what you need to know.
Whether you are starting your business or already working for a while, the question about hourly rate appears from time to time. How much should you charge per hour? If you just starting, you need to know how much you should ask for your job. If you already running your business, it’s useful to occasionally reconsider your rate because of increasing of business expenses.
Handyman hourly rates are very different. Some ask for $10/hour, some charge $100/hour because of their efficiency and professionalism.
Experienced handyman Dan Perry shares his opinion on how to set up the right rate that will keep you profitable and busy.