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Eric M.

Handy Premium Pro
109 jobs completed
Hello I’m Eric the handyman! I’ve been on the handyman scene for 17 years now and I’m not slowing down. Book me for anything around your house/business and I’ll get it done! Much thanks!!

James M.

Handy Premium Pro
43 jobs completed
my name is James. I'm a handyman in the Escambia and Santa Rosa county areas. I grew up in the construction business as my family owned a company in South Florida. I have worked in every field in home construction from electrical to flooring and most recently as a general contractor. I love doing this work. I take great pride in my work and will not leave a job until my customer is satisfied

Antwain B.

Handy Premium Pro
32 jobs completed
My name is Bailey and I have been a handyman for over 10 years. I take pride great customer service and quality work. Professional service and honesty are priorities for me. Relax and know you can trust me to complete your task correctly.

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