Tax Day – April 17 this year – has swiftly approached. Now is the time to decide how to spend your tax refund in the most smart way possible. Most people would spend their tax refund to pay off a bill or a set of bills. A better and smarter way to spend the tax refund would be to use the funds to improve the home. The home improvement idea can be a single project such as a kitchen or bathroom remodel or a set of projects such as exterior landscaping, repairing old flooring or painting a new color in any of the interior rooms.

Choosing a project that will give the best bang for the buck can be a little nervous. This article will explain a few tips each home owner can follow for deciding on how to spend the tax refund.

Most of us folks purchased a home a few decades ago like in the 1980s and 1990s. Back in those days, light yellow and light blue paint were in. Kitchen countertops were laminate and were a dull brown color and with outdated cabinets. The bathroom was even in worse shape. Therefore, both the kitchen and bath needed to be updated and remodeled.

When choosing to do a kitchen and bath remodel, each home owner needs to follow a few basic steps in order for a successful remodel. This article will explain a few tips each home owner can follow for a great remodel.

Everyone has experienced of having some type of hole or damage to the drywall in their home. It may be a hole the size of a nail or a the size of a quarter.

The drywall damage can occur in the bedrooms, bathroom, or kitchen areas. Most of drywall damage occurs in the living room. This article will explain the basics of repairing small size drywall holes.

First, the surface area needs to be free of debris around the drywall hole. So you could use a utility knife and cut away any drywall debris around the hole.

Happy New Year to everyone in Salt Lake! Hope everybody had a safe holiday break and enjoyed it.

We hope all families had a great holiday. New Years is one of the biggest and most important holidays in the year. Time sure flies fast! The New Year is upon us again and it is a time for setting positive goals and resolutions.

This year can be a good year for setting goals and resolutions around your house and/or commercial business. Maybe you need to cut down that old tree in the backyard? We can help you remove old trees or other projects around the house. This might be the year you would like to install a new wooden fence and have it painted?

Merry Christmas to everyone! Hope everybody has a safe holiday and enjoy it with family!

Door sweeps are an inexpensive and effective way to increase draft protection in your home or business. Sweeps are often used to keep out water when it rains alot. Sweeps are attached to the bottom of the door to provide a physical barrier protection. Typically the door sweeps are made of aluminum and rubber, where the rubber sweeps against the ground floor.

Most residential and business use doorsweeps. The doorsweep rubber needs to be snug against the door threshold for a good seal and it wears out over time when the door is opened and closed. The average age of a doorsweep is 4-8 years and it would need to be replaced.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you provide Free Estimates?

Yes, all of our service estimates are free.

What are your rates?

Usually we charge $50/hr for general handyman, $75/hr for minor electrical/plumbing. For larger projects, we provide project bid estimates.

Do I need to purchase the materials?

You can, but it is not necessary. Our handymen can purchase the material at a local hardware store and charge the customer when finished. We can pick up, deliver and install any materials for the project.

How do I pay for services?

You can pay by cash, personal check, or VISA card.

Do you work weekends and evenings?

We can work late evenings if needed and normally work on weekends.

Services List

  • Ceiling Fan Installation
  • Faucets Installation
  • Flooring
  • Garbage Disposers
  • Home Improvement
  • Toilet Installation/Repair
  • Washer and Dryer Hookups
  • Minor Electrical