We’ve all been bombarded with reminders of the imminent arrival of Christmas in the shops and on TV over the last few weeks. But as the season to be jolly rapidly approaches, you may be feeling less than festive as you try to juggle an amounting number of tasks. Starting the Christmas shopping whilst organising the house for the arrival of family and friends as well as tackling the day to day chores – it seem like your to-do list is never ending!
If you feel like your list of jobs is spiralling out of control, now may be the time to hire an Everest Handyman. Instead of letting things get on top of you, allow yourself some time to sit back and enjoy Christmas in your home. The list of services that our Everest Handyman can take care of is as long and varied as your to-do lists. From plumbing to plastering; flooring to shelving; wallpapering to assembling. Our handymen will even pick up DIY supplies and put together the flat pack furniture you may have ordered from a local store.
There is no job too big or too small, so if you can’t find a service you’re looking for listed on our website, give the Handyman Service Team a call and they’ll be happy to advise. And don’t feel like you have to limit our handymen to just one task. The beauty of this service is that the Handyman is all yours for a full or half day. Just send your list to the Handyman Service Team and free yourself of chores with just one call, at a time that’s suitable for you. Check out the Everest Handyman website to find out more about the services our team can provide.
We’ll always try to get a Handyman dispatched within 7 days, at a time that’s convenient to you. Our Handymen are available Monday-Saturday, with slots available from early morning to late afternoon. Everest handymen are fully accredited and insured, so you can be confident that the job will be done quickly and professionally, with no mess left behind. If you would like to make use of this helpful service or simply want more information – complete the online form or call 0800 008 7160.Share on Facebook Digg del.icio.us Tweet This