Handyperson ServicePractical help with those little jobs around the home
What does it do?
What can the Handyperson do?
The Handyperson can carry out small repairs, maintenance and adaptations around the home or garden, which you might find difficult to do yourself. Some examples:
- fit a grab rail
- fit a curtain rail
- fit a key safe
- assemble flat pack furniture
- fit a spy hole, window lock, or door chain
- turn a mattress
- change a light bulb
- fix a shelf to a wall
- re-seal a bath or sink
- hang a picture/mirror
- make safe loose carpeting
We aim to ensure that our customers remain safe and secure within their homes.
We carry out tasks that help prevent falls.
We offer a home safety check and a referral service for a fire safety check.
Who it is for?
Where it is available?
What it costs:
How much will it cost?
£25 for first hour and £15 an hour thereafter. (October 2014) Materials are charged at cost
How to access or apply for it:
PLUS! Need help with your home computer, laptop, TV or other technology?
We offer home tuition and a troubleshooting service at a charge of £15.00 an hour.
All our personnel are trained and police checked. We aim to ensure that our customers remain safe and secure within their homes.