Missing Roof Drip Edge

Published on 28 March 2013 by in Hiring a Contractor

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Missing Roof Drip Edge

This is a Customer that has been experiencing roof leaks in blowing rains.  This picture shows that there is no drip edge on the roof at the gutter.  There is supposed to be a metal drip edge flashing that holds up the edge of the shingles at the gutter and prevents water from running under […]

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Plumbing Repair Debris Left in Ceiling

Published on 19 November 2012 by in Hiring a Contractor

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Plumbing Repair Debris Left in Ceiling

We were asked to repair a dropped ceiling in a bathroom in an older home.  It appeared that the ceiling had gotten wet at some time and was sagging because of the moisture.  When we started opening the ceiling to do the repair, the whole ceiling fell in.  A lot of debris was piled onto […]

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EPA Lead Certified

Home Solutions Handyman is lead paint certified! We are fully trained and certified to handle any potential lead paint hazard while working in your home. With one call we can take care of all of your home repair and improvement needs and relieve your concerns about lead-based paint!

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Is your contractor BBB Accredited?

We have just finished the accreditation process with the Better Business Bureau. The BBB Code of Business Practices represents sound advertising, selling and customer service practices that enhance customer trust and confidence in business. The Code is built on the BBB Standards for Trust, eight principles that summarize important elements of creating and maintaining trust in business.

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Cheap contractors may cost more in the long run

In the current economy it can be very difficult to justify the investment in getting home repairs done properly, but the cost of not getting the work done correctly can be disastrous to your wallet and potentially can cause someone to get hurt. This shoddy work ended up costing the customer about $2,500 to get repaired properly.

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