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Odd Job Man UK: There'll be odd jobs that require attention around everyone's house at some point in time, and some of these tasks are likely to be more difficult for the average DIYer in UK. Even if you are one of those elusive people that does possess the necessary skills, you may not have the time to spare, you might not have the essential tools and equipment or you may not have the inclination to successfully complete it. When you're in circumstances like this you will have to get hold of a nearby odd job man in UK to do the work on your behalf. Of course, you don't just want any Tom, Dick or Harriet to do stuff in your home in UK, you need one who will do a decent job and who you can put your trust in.

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There might be an element of surprise when you find out exactly how many different assignments your neighbourhood UK odd job man/woman assist you with. It will not simply be the standard odd jobs for example fitting shelves, flat pack furniture assembly or doing a garden clearance, he/she may also be perfectly able to take on much more demanding jobs for instance updating some kitchen unit doors, building cupboards under your staircase or fixing together some decking for the garden.

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Some, will of course be better at certain kinds of work (ie decorating related) and will steer clear of more complicated tasks (for example bricklaying), therefore you should pair your particular job to an appropriate odd job man or woman. It's also worth remembering that once you have managed to find a decent odd job man in UK, they're well worth keeping in touch with, because a top notch tradesman is worth his weight in gold.

1. Ascertain exactly what the project involves. Making a full list of your required jobs, ought to be your first priority. Remember that erecting shelves, fixing a wooden fence panel, hanging a picture or assembling flat packed furniture, are the best kinds of job to give to an odd job man. If you've got electrical work, plumbing or gas fitting to be done, it would be advisable for your to speak to a professional UK tradesman.

2. Check around. It is important to study any available online reviews and to talk to at least three UK odd job men. Quiz them about their experience and whether they have particular fields of expertise. Ask to see any references they've got from former clients. Check that he or she has the confidence, experience and capabilities to finish the work efficiently.

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3. View any images that they have. The third step is to have a look through a portfolio of their previous work, or at least look at some photographs. Looking at some snap shots of their previous work should give you a good idea of the quality of their work, because as they say a picture is worth a thousand words. They might have a social media page or perhaps even a company website, don't miss this trick for checking them out.

4. Beware of scams. Don't think about employing an odd job man who contacts you out of the blue without invitation. You should also steer clear of any odd job man/woman who won't offer a fixed price for the work or demands upfront payment. No self-respecting odd job man would expect you to pay him/her until the job was complete.

5. Get it all written down. Having everything listed in a written contract is something that you ought to insist on, and should as a minimum outline a payment schedule, the odd job man's responsibilities, itemized costings and full details of the project. Starting and finishing times for the work should be clearly set out in the contract. Be certain that everything you have agreed with your odd job man is set down in writing.

6. Ask for guarantees. Some odd job men in UK will ensure that you get a guarantee for their work. You might be more inclined to use an odd job man/woman who's able to give a written guarantee for the work they do.

7. Carry out an inspection. Before paying your odd job man, be sure to check the work carried out. Make sure that you're pleased with the quality of the work accomplished and that everything has been carried out in accordance with the agreement. Ensuring that you're happy with their workmanship, will be the goal of every odd job man, therefore going over the finished project will be just as important to them.

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Odd Jobs: Outlined here are just a small hint of the odd jobs that your local UK odd job person should be willing to help you with: taking flat pack furniture apart, putting up wardrobes in UK, garden clearances in UK, the boxing in of pipework, odd carpentry jobs, mounting a TV on the wall, general woodworking jobs, maintenance quotations in UK, odd plastering tasks, laying vinyl and linoleum flooring, putting up fencing and garden sheds, mending fencing, odd cleaning tasks, mending garden decking in UK, installing wood decking in UK, fixing together flat pack furniture, the tidying of gardens, putting up pictures, general electrical projects in UK, the installation of cat flaps, basic brickwork in UK, partitions and dry lining, flat pack furniture repair, odd household repairs in UK, minor electrics (additional sockets, switches etc), plasterboard repairs in UK, house maintenance, odd bathroom projects in UK, general painting and decorating projects, office maintenance in UK, general shelving projects in UK, repairing leaky taps, odd gardening jobs in UK, odd tiling jobs and much more can be undertaken by an odd job man in UK, UK.

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Recent UK odd job requests: In Eastbourne, UK Ms Nia Swain needs an odd job person who can change the washer on a dripping tap. Nico Mustafa was trying to get a price quote from an odd job person in Shrewsbury who can change a rotten floorboard in his home. Ronny Carmichael was in need of an odd job man to assemble a flat packed dresser in his home in Stevenage. Mr and Mrs Judd want an odd job specialist in Skelmersdale to mend their damaged fencing. Mrs Dottie Abbas was seeking an odd job person to lay down a laminate floor in her farmhouse in Chichester. In Llandrindod Wells, Isaac and Neave Cochrane are trying to find someone who'll fix up a new curtain pole. Milo and Kelsie Maxwell were wishing to get a price quote from an odd job person in Beverley who can repair an area of water damaged plasterboard in their semi-detached house. Mr and Mrs Longhurst are searching for somebody who can fix up some book shelves in their property in Perth.

Though for certain work on your property in UK you may be looking for an odd job man, other more complex assignments might demand the attention of a tiler in UK, a builder in UK, a house cleaner in UK, a plasterer in UK, a carpenter in UK, a decorator in UK, an electrical contractor in UK, a rubbish removal expert in UK, a gardener in UK or a plumber in UK, or some alternative skilled tradesperson.

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Odd job men were recently working in the following UK streets: Cranefield Drive, Hunter's Lane, Old House Lane, Pryor Close, North Orbital Road, Little How Croft, Manor House Gardens, Avalon Close, Heather Close, The Shires, Home Park Mill Link Road, Lemon Field Drive, Harlech Road, Edinburgh Drive, Kytes Drive, Woodland Way, Hunton Close, Lower Road, Trident Road, Sunderland Grove, Furtherfield, Grosvenor Square, Shackleton Way, Meadow Way, Grosvenor Avenue, The Garth, and in houses in these postcodes: SL6 1QX, SL6 1DA, SL6 1JF, SL6 1PZ, SL6 1QA, SL6 1EX, SL6 1AX, SL6 1PB, SL6 1AY, SL6 0WU.

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