We received a client call requesting a basement bar to be removed as well as other services around the residence. We removed the custom built bar in the best way possible. We try to reuse or recylcle demolition hardware from residential and commercial clients where possible.

From the images, the bar was approximately 7 feet long and 3 feet wide. We used our demolition tools to remove the bar in the least destructive way in order to reuse or recycle the wood products. Also, when removing the bar from the wall, we took extra precaution.

I love getting commercial customer calls for new conduit electrical installation work. Since I am a degreed electrical engineer, this type of work really excites me! I enjoy demolition of old legacy conduits, wiring, and lighting. Of course you always need to be safe and cautious when working around electricity.

The work required for us to demo the old electrical conduit wiring and remove legacy ceiling lights and install new conduits, electrical outlets, and ceiling lights. Of course, they wanted electrical switches and outlets in the most convenient locations.

Feels good to get outside when the sun is out! We got a customer that called in from Herriman. On the way there, I drove on the new Bangerter Highway starting from around 4700 South and drove all the way until 133rd South. That semi freeway gets really moving!

When I arrived, they had a few jobs for me. The middle-aged couple had two doorframes that needed to repainted. The old paint had come off over the years and the bare wood was showing. Also, they needed a front porch motion sensor light that needed to be installed.

We got a customer call about a water leak in the living room. The problem was the upstairs bathtub had leaked and damaged the ceiling drywall. Our job was to diagnose it and we determined there was no mold issues. We gave a drywall bid estimate to the customer and they were happy with our very competitive price.

As you can see, repairing ceiling drywall can be very messy and intimidating! We do this on a repetitive basis so we are used to seeing alot of different situations. Repairing drywall requires a process and it should be followed the same way each time.

Here in the summertime, we have had several severe weather storms that surged in a short amount of time. With hot temperatures in the west, monsoon storms arrive from the south where there has has been severe lightning and downpour of rain.

Several suburb cities were without power for several hours. When the power goes out, usually the first thing that happens is that you can't see in the dark and you are fumbling trying to walk around in the dark. In order to be prepared ........

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you provide Free Estimates?

Yes, all of our service estimates are free.

What are your rates?

We charge $50/hr for handyman, $75/hr for electrical and plumbing. For larger projects such as remodeling, we provide project bid estimates.

Do I need to purchase the materials?

You can, but it is not necessary. Our handymen can purchase the material at a local hardware store and charge the customer when finished. We can pick up, deliver and install any materials for the project.

How do I pay for services?

You can pay by cash, personal check, or VISA card.

Do you work weekends and evenings?

We can work late evenings if needed and normally work on weekends.

Services List

  • Ceiling Fan Installation
  • Faucets Installation
  • Flooring
  • Garbage Disposers
  • Plumbing Installation/Repair
  • Remodeling
  • Reverse Osmosis Systems
  • Sinks Installation
  • Tankless Water Heaters
  • Toilet Installation/Repair
  • Washer and Dryer Hookups
  • Water Leak Repairs