Did you recently purchase a beautiful and very large framed painting for the living room … or a mirror for your bathroom and are unsure of how to properly hang it?
Do you need advice on an overgrown shrub in your yard?
Have you noticed a loose bracket on a gutter and are unsure if there are more issues?
Having a quick Zoom call with one of our licensed contractors may be the perfect solution for you.
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Small Jobs and Quick Fixes we specialize in
- Grout and caulking touch-ups
- Shower fixture replacements
- Tile repairs
- Toilet replacements
- Vanity and mirror install
Landscaping & Outdoors:
- Driveway repair
- Garage repair
- Fence and gate repairs
- Landscaping touch-ups
- Leaf cleanups
- Appliance installs
- Cabinet installs
- Door repairs/replacements
- Light fixture installs
- Molding/casings repairs
- Paint touch-ups
- Roof repairs
- Sheetrock repairs
- Siding repairs
- Spackle touch-ups
- Wood floor repairs
HVAC and electrical:
- AC installations
- Boiler repairs
- Electrical repairs
- Plumbing repairs
- Small maintenance needs for commercial properties
The average home requires many small maintenance tasks throughout the year. On average, annual home maintenance costs a minimum of 1% of your home’s current market value. For example, if your home is worth $400,000, you can anticipate spending a minimum of $4,000 each year on maintenance. Maintenance needs also vary depending on your home’s age and location.
Some home improvement tasks are more aesthetic, while others if left unchecked, can easily add up to thousands of dollars in repair costs. In other words, what may cost hundreds in preventative work could end up costing thousands in emergency repairs if left unresolved. Emergency repairs can include a broken water heater, faulty electrical wiring, or a leaky roof.
Performing small but regular home maintenance tasks and improvements correctly the first time is your ticket to avoiding surprising and costly repairs. However, not all of us are gifted with a handy partner or the skills and knowledge to successfully DIY. And the truth is that many bigger contracting companies will not handle these small tasks — or they charge a fortune for it.
What if you had an experienced contractor available at the other end of your phone and you could show them the issue over Zoom? From the Zoom call, the contractor will know the scope of the problem, what materials he will need, and can plan for the most affordable solution for the client.
If you’re unsure or not confident about making a simple home improvement or repair, don’t hesitate to schedule a Zoom consultation with one of our licensed professionals. You can schedule a courtesy Zoom meeting right now at:
Here are several example scenarios of our Small Jobs and Quick Fixes service:
A new homeowner is unsure of how to deal with an overgrown shrub that is obscuring the side of her house. A quick Zoom call to one of our professionals shows that the scrub needs pruning and is also close to the home’s central AC unit.
Shedding leaves and a lack of airflow can cause the AC unit to run ineffectively which can lead to costly repair bills.
Following the Zoom call, a contractor would be able to come to the home, trim the scrub, and then inspect the AC system to make sure other repairs are not in order.
In a second example, a woman has just bought an expensive mirror for her bathroom. Her husband has hung smaller photos and shelves in the couple’s living room, but due to the size and weight of the mirror, he’s unsure of how to properly hang the mirror without causing damage to the mirror or wall.
During the 10-15 minute Zoom call, the woman showed the contractor the mirror and where she wants it hung. Now, the contractor can purchase all the materials ahead of time to properly hang the mirror without leaving any unlucky surprises to the drywall.
Lastly, before winter sets in, a homeowner is doing a walk-around of their home and notices an out-of-place bracket on an area of their gutter system. They notice a bit of standing water at the base of the wall.
A quick Zoom call would allow the contractor to see the possibility of water damage to the roof or foundation or if the gutter system needs major repair, all before coming out of the client’s home.
Regular home maintenance is necessary to prevent thousands in repairs and replacement costs if tasks are left undone or are done incorrectly.
If you’re unsure of how to proceed with your home maintenance task, don’t hesitate. Click the link below to schedule your FREE 10-15 minutes Zoom consultation with our licensed contractors today!
Have you noticed a task that needs to be done around your home? Are you not confident in your DIY abilities or lack the handy-gene? Schedule a Zoom consultation with one of our professional contractors and get started on your home repair or improvement today!