Our guest author, Jennifer Bennett of Anytime Plumbing, shares five things to consider when hiring a handyman. Old or new, every home is going to need a little handy work taken care of occasionally. Whether it’s a clogged toilet that needs a good plumber or a room that needs to have a fresh coat of paint or new door knobs, you don’t always need to call an expensive contractor when a handyman can take care of everything for you.
Schloegel Handyman Services are not just your average Handymen. Yes, they absolutely can do all of the standard handyman services such as installing an appliance, replacing windows or fixing a leaky faucet but they can also do so much more. Many homeowners are ready for a change in their bathroom but don’t need to do a full bathroom renovation.
Home maintenance is an important part of owning any home, no matter where you live. Professional craftsmen can point the homeowner in the right direction and ever offer tips on important maintenance issues.
1. Batteries and Filters
A top maintenance issue is to check the smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in the home.
Our very own, Debby Allmon, was featured in the Kansas City Star's Handyman section talking about Insulating a Garage. See what she had to say about it. Here's the reader's question:
I am interested in how to better insulate my garage so that my master bathroom and closet above the garage can be warmer.
Our very own, Debby Allmon, was featured in the Kansas City Star’s Handyman section answering a reader's question about how to fix a window that can't be shut. See what she had to say about it. Here’s the reader’s question:
Q: The exterior of my home is stucco and has double-hung windows.
Our very own, Debby Allmon, was featured in the Kansas City Star’s Handyman section answering a reader’s question about covered downspout drains. See what she had to say about it. Here’s the reader’s question:
Q: We have four downspouts that feed into 4-inch corrugated flexible tubing.
Debby Allmon answers a Kansas City Star's reader question about removing wallpaper. Read all about it.
Q. We have a house that was built in the ’60s. Most of the rooms and hall have one or more layers of decades-old wallpaper. One bedroom has bedroom walls painted over the wallpaper.