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Benjamin B.

Handy Premium Pro
55 jobs completed
Hello there!. I do everything from plumbing, electrical, assembly and painting / custom building. US Marine World Traveled Multilingual: German, Afrikaans, English I look forward to working with you!

Allen R.

Handy Premium Pro
20 jobs completed
my name is allen and i went to school for 2 years for electricity. i was a roofer and did frame working for about the past 3 years. i can change windows and doors and, i know how to put up siding.

Kaitlyn M.

Handy Premium Pro
18 jobs completed
My name is Kaitlyn, I've been cleaning homes and offices for a total of 13 years. I have my own cleaning service as well called "Upstate Cleaning Services", you can find that on Facebook. I am a "Navy Brat" which means I was taught how to clean by Naval standards. I'm also an Army Wife and a Mother. My mission is to give my clients the most precious commodity-time. Time with their family.

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