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  1. New Member Introductions
    Hi Friends, I’m a handyman and look forward to asking and answering your questions! Because as they say you never stop learning.
  2. General Discussion
    I am a handyman who does a variety of home improvement projects, anything from 1 hour mailbox installs to month long bathroom reno's. I use project-based pricing, but my behind-the-scenes rate is between $100-$150/hr. There have been times when I have smaller projects where I may charge $500...
  3. New Member Introductions
    Hey everyone, I am new to this forum AND new to the trades. Back in Oct. of 2021 I quit my desk job as a Project Manager (which I've had for almost 10 years) for a large computer hardware company and decided to take a break and spend more time with my family (including two young kids). After...
  4. General Discussion
    I have a two part question about taking my home improvement company to the next level; Any suggestions on how to find good handymen and small crews that can do bathroom remodeling, other than craigslist ads? I have way too much business to handle (I know that’s a good problem to have) I don’t...
  5. New Member Introductions
    Hello Yall ! (A Southern term...) Glad to be a part of the Contractor Talk Forum! :clap: Look forward to participating in fun discussions about home maintenance and repair projects. I will be glad to jump in on productive conversations and answer any questions directed my way. After having...
  6. New Member Introductions
    Hi, My husband and I are new to the site and wanted to say hello to all of you. We started our Handyman business in January '10 in the East Valley of Arizona. We moved here from NY to get away from all the "weather". Never had a formal, registered "business" as we do now, but he has had 30 years...
  7. Business
    Anyone have good leads on an insurance company that won't force me to raise my rates in order to stay afloat? Recently found out I'm going to be audited- they want to come to my business site and check records- despite the fact that I've been with the company for over 3 years with no claims...
  8. Contractor Licensing
    I'm a handyman in the process of obtaining a painting license, since that's been a significant part of my business and I'd like to be able to take on larger painting jobs. However, I want to continue my handyman business for non-painting-related jobs under $500. Once licensed, I plan to create a...
  9. New Member Introductions
    I just wanted to introduce myself. I'm Alyson, a handywoman with Ms. Fix-It, Inc., working out of the central Florida area. I just recently joined this forum, and it seems like a great resource, as well as a lot of fun. In our company, we do all kinds of household repairs and renovations...
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