House Painting Tips

House painting is one of those homeowner chores that have to be done.  It’s years between paint jobs, but inevitably one is going to have to paint the house and that’s why we’re talking a look at the good and bad of house painting. Depending on the design of the home, single story homes are much easier and safer to paint.  No need for big ladders and so on.  It should be easy to clean and mask off certain areas and have them just prepped Read More +

Making Home Repairs Before Selling: Is it worth it?

Given the current trends of the housing market, generally speaking, “flipping houses” is not very popular, nor profitable – of course depending on the area. However, when it comes to putting your house up on the market, in efforts to remain competitive you may feel the need to remodel Or, more importantly – and recommended – you will inspect, and if discovered, make the determination to modestly invest in practical, meaningful repairs of walling, roofing, or other critical aspects of your home that requires it. Read More +

How to Pick the Right Paint Colors

Painting your house can be a great way to liven it up or to make it look new again. It is an especially good idea before you decide to rent your house or put it on the market. While painting can be a relatively quick and easy way to improve the value and ambiance of your house, it can also be stressful, starting with the very first decision you have to make- what color to paint your rooms. In the case of a home, you Read More +

Removing a Broken Key from the Lock

Having your key break in the lock can be a major pain, especially if you are on your way out and need to stick to a schedule. Thankfully you don’t have to be a locksmith or even a great handyman to fix the problem yourself. One option that you can try is to put superglue on the end that you have access to and to gently put it into the keyhole and let it dry to connect to the other side. The thing you have Read More +

Why We Added A Handyman Service

We started a separate Handyman company because my employee and partner Vincent Tuccio, has been an active Handyman for almost four decades.  His experience is unmatched and works perfectly as a jack of all trades.  I hired Vinny for my General Contracting business in 2013 to cover miscellaneous carpentry type scope.  As a general contractor, we work on many different types of projects that involve a wide variety of work scopes.  Some of the work scope does not always fall into the ‘usual’ work of Read More +