Aside from the fact that I am a handyman, there are numerous reasons I think the general public should consider what a handyman can do for them. There has always been the gardener that mows your lawn and cares for the yard, the pool man who of course takes care of your pool, the window washer, the house cleaner and of course the General Contractor who takes care of your construction and renovation needs.
But what about a Handyman? Can He handle most of these jobs as well? The dictionary simply states that a Handyman is "one who does odd jobs". But more importantly, they are quite often skilled in various trades such as fencing, concrete, demolition, cleaning and even assembly with years of experience. They are typically less expensive, have unequaled patience and usually do all the work themselves. And instead of "specializing" in one trade, they are usually able to do just about anything. I would like to point out that any good Handyman certainly knows his limitations and when to refer to someone with more experience. I always tell my customers if I am certain that I can do what they ask of me or certain that I can not. There is no sense asking the customer to pay you to learn how to do something you've never done before. So, the next time you need just about anything done around your house or business, consider using a Handyman instead.