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Nicholas L.

Handy Premium Pro
29 jobs completed
Hello, my name is Nick. I currently work am a roofer and have been doing that for more than 5 years. I also have plenty of experience doing siding, frame work, as well as general handyman work. You name it and I’ll help you get it done.

David H.

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33 jobs completed
my name is David. I am a jack of all trades and have mastered most in my 15 years. there hasn't been a task that I couldn't complete so far. no I am not perfect or a know it all. I'm just the type of guy that will figure it out and make it happen even if I've never done it before. I have common sense and I'm a fast learner which is why I'm the perfect guy to complete any tasks.

Anthony A.

Handy Premium Pro
20 jobs completed
hi my name is tony been doing handyman services for 5 year. I specialize in tv mounting,plumbing, electrical and furniture assembly. job will always be done right in a timely fashion.

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