Odd Job Man Southsea Hampshire

Odd Job Man Southsea Hampshire: There'll be odd jobs that require attention around everybodys home at some point, and many of these tasks are likely to be too hard for the run-of-the-mill DIYer in Southsea. Even though you may have the expertise to tackle the work yourself, you might not have the time, perhaps you can't be bothered or perhaps you don't own the necessary tools and equipment to do the job. When you are in these sorts of circumstances you will have to get hold of a nearby odd job man in Southsea to get the work done for you. Obviously, you're not going to want to let any Tom, Dick or Harry loose on your Southsea home without being pretty sure that they are trustworthy and capable of doing a good job.

The number of diverse projects that a nearby odd job man in Southsea can help you achieve, may actually astonish you. It will not be only the basic odd jobs such as putting up shelves, doing some garden clearance or flat pack furniture assembly, he might also be perfectly able to undertake much more tricky jobs for example putting together some decking for your garden, changing some kitchen unit doors or constructing cupboards beneath the staircase.

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Naturally, this will depend on the abilities of the odd job man or woman you have selected, so make certain you match your odd job man with the specific odd job that you are thinking about. If you're lucky enough to uncover a really good odd job man/woman in Southsea, you ought to always keep hold of their details given that top quality tradesmen are few and far between.

1. Establish precisely what the project entails. To start with, make a comprehensive list of any jobs that you think need doing. Remember that the smaller jobs such as putting up shelves, hanging pictures, repairing a wooden fence or fitting together flat pack furniture, are the ideal tasks for an odd job man. When you've got jobs which are a little more complex such as electrical work, gas fitting or plumbing, calling in a professional Southsea tradesman would be a more sensible choice than an odd job man.

2. Have a good check around. Read online reviews (if available) and talk to a minimum of three odd job men. Identify their areas of expertise and exactly how long they've been working in the Southsea area. Ask for and examine references that they've obtained from former customers. Verify that any prospective odd job man has got the confidence, skills and experience to do the job.

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3. See photographs of their work. The majority of odd job men will have a portfolio of their work, ask to see it. Looking at photographs of their work will give you a better idea of their abilities. Many Southsea odd job men will have a social media page or website, check it out.

4. Beware the con-man. Don't consider hiring an odd job man who contacts unexpectedly without invitation. Any odd job man seeking payment upfront should also be shown the front door. No self-respecting odd job man would expect you to pay him or her until the job was completed to your satisfaction.

5. Get it written down. It is important to get a payment schedule, itemised costs, full details of the work and the tradesman's responsibilities all set down in a written contract. Starting and finishing times for the work should be set out clearly in the contract. Having everything you have agreed in writing is crucial.

6. Request a guarantee. Certain odd job men/women will offer a 12 month guarantee for their work. You decision to hire or not could be influenced by whether any specific an odd job man or odd job lady is able to give you a written guarantee.

7. Carry out an inspection. Inspect all the work thoroughly before you pay the bill. Satisfy yourself that all of the work has been done correctly and that you're pleased with the result. {Most odd job men will gladly go over the completed work with you, and ensure that you are satisfied with it.|Generally speaking, your average odd job man will gladly go over everything with you to ensure you are pleased with the work.|Get the odd job man to explain everything that's been accomplished, they'll want to make sure you are happy with the results.|Most odd job men/women will want you to be happy with their work and will gladly go through the completed work with you.|You can be sure that every odd job man will be aiming to please you with their work, and will gladly go over everything with you to make certain you're happy with it.|Making sure you're happy with their workmanship, will be the aim of every odd job man, so going through the finished project will be just as important to them.

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Odd Jobs List: The following are just a selection of the odd jobs that your local Southsea odd job man should be capable of assisting you with: garden tidying in Southsea, small clearance jobs in Southsea, the installation of extractor fans, putting up coat hangers in Southsea, mounting pictures, repairs to furniture, guttering repairs, doing repairs to fencing in Southsea, brickwork repairs in Southsea, small plastering tasks, small decorating tasks, gate repairs in Southsea, the erection of shelves, the installation of cat flaps, laying linoleum and vinyl flooring, maintenance estimates, putting up timber decking in Southsea Hampshire, fixing squeaky doors, mounting mirrors, fixing together flat packed furniture in Southsea, general bricklaying jobs in Southsea, putting up window blinds in Southsea, plasterboard repairs, restoring timber decking, garden maintenance, replacing wood flooring, putting up light fittings, general bathroom projects, putting down laminate flooring in Southsea, flat pack furniture repair in Southsea, general gardening jobs, odd carpentry jobs, putting up flat-pack wardrobes in Southsea, small flooring tasks, odd painting jobs and much more can be undertaken by most odd job men in Southsea.

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Current Hampshire odd job projects: Mr and Mrs Barron want someone in Barton Stacey, Hampshire to fix up some shelving, Miss Ella-Louise Glenn was in search of an odd job person to replace the washer on a leaking tap in her property in Oakley, In Meonstoke, Kobe and Serena Floyd are in search of a specialist who will repair a small patch of damaged dry lining, Chase Goddard was in need of an odd job man to repaint the ceiling in his semi-detached property in Sway, Mrs Naomi Floyd from Kingsclere wants to find somebody who can hang up some photos and a mirror in her master bedroom, Miss Elif Chappell was in search of an odd job person to install a venetian blind in her detached home in Ropley, Mr and Mrs Tipping are looking for a specialist odd job man in Bishops Waltham, Hampshire who can replace an interior wooden door, Cayden Richardson was in search of an odd job man to change a rotten floorboard in his terraced property in Sway, Mahir and Soraya Rudd were hoping to get a quotation from an odd job person in Selborne who can mend the broken fence outside their terraced home, Andrew Fairhurst was trying to get an insurance quote from an odd job man in Liss to mend a damaged light fixture in his terraced property.

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Places near Southsea: Wymering, Portsmouth, Bedhampton, Fratton, Gosport, Eastney, Hardway, Hilsea, Buckland, Cosham, Widley, Copnor, Farlington, Drayton, Gunwharf Quays, Portsea, Alverstoke.

Locations in Southsea where odd jobs have been carried out recently: Bonchurch Road, St Vincent Road, Curlew Path, St Josephs Mews, Dorrita Close, Brompton Road, Sussex Road, Blendworth Road, Britannia Road North, Collins Road, Chitty Road, Clifton Terrace, Alverstone Road, Stowe Road, Bradford Road, Brading Avenue, Alhambra Road, Clarendon Mews, The Lane, Addison Road, Britannia Road, Stafford Road, St Edwards Road, Sovereign Close, Cambrian Terrace, Albert Road, Craneswater Avenue.

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