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CONTACT: (702) 514-3052
SERVICES: Handyman, Home Repairs, Pool Service, Ac Service, Cabinet Installation, Door Installation, Window Installation, Make Ready Services, Building Maintenance, Landscaping, House Remodeling, Home Renovation, Tv Installation, Picture Art Hanging, Interior Exterior Painting Service, Carpet Installation, Security Camera Installation
BUSINESS HOURS: MON TO SUN 7 AM – 11 PM
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MGM Household Services
CONTACT: (702) 530-7597
SERVICES: Commercial Residential Cleaning Services, Post Construction Cleaning, Office Cleaning, House Cleaning, Building Cleaning, Janitorial Services, Maids Service, Move In Out Deep Cleaning, Floor Cleaning, Carpet Cleaning, Turn Over Cleaning, Airbnb Cleaning, Post Construction Cleaning, New Construction Cleaning
BUSINESS HOURS: MON TO SUN 7 AM – 11 PM
WEB: www.mgmhouseholdservices.com

MGM Junk Removal
CONTACT: (702) 329-9729
SERVICES: Junk Removal, Hauling, Furniture Removal, Mattress Removal, Couch Removal, House Cleanout, Garage Cleanout, Property Cleanout, Appliance Removal, TV Disposal
BUSINESS HOURS: MON TO SUN 7 AM – 11 PM
WEB: www.mgmjunkremoval.com


AONE Mobile Mechanics
CONTACT: (702) 560-2682
SERVICES: Mobile Mechanic & Roadside Assistance & Towing Service, Jumpstart, Mobile Flat Tire Change
BUSINESS HOURS: OPEN 24 HOURS
WEB: www.lvmobilemechanic.com

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OPEN: MON TO SUN 

7 AM - 11 PM

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Popular Handyman Services Projects:

Handyman for Multiple Small Projects

Includes repairs, minor improvements, assembly

Painting, Staining & Drywall
Painting of small projects, deck cleaning & sealing,
drywall & plaster repair, etc.


Carpentry
Repair decks, porches, doors, cabinets, disability ramps, and fences, etc.

Electrical
Install or repair switches, outlets, fixtures, fans, etc.

Gutters
Installation, repair and cleaning of gutters, gutter covers and accessories, PVC gutters, wood gutters, etc.

Other
Handyman Services
Includes home maintenance, waste and junk removal, ceramic and porcelain
tile repair, chain link fence repairs or alterations, child proofing, weatherstripping, etc.

Plumbing & Sprinklers
Repair or replace faucets, fixtures, pipes, lawn and garden sprinkler systems, etc.

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HENDERSON NV

SUMMERLIN NV

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What Jobs Should I Hire A Handyman For? (STEP-BY-STEP-GUIDE)

A contractor is a specialist in his or her field: electrical contractor, plumbing contractor, construction contractor, etc. They often oversee a team that may consist of subcontractors who handle specialized jobs within the larger project. They are expected to be knowledgeable about permits and other such technicalities.

Handymen specialize in odd jobs. It could be replacing a broken cabinet hinge, stopping a leaky faucet or sanding down a gouge in your wood floor. The handyman is a trained generalist, and it was probably a handyman who coined the phrase, "No job too small."

Handy” is defined as “convenient” or “good with hands or tools”. A handyman is both. If you have a lot of things to take care of that don’t include the repairs your house needs, a handyman can be the most convenient way to get those tasks done and done right. Just remember these final three tips to help the job go well:

    Move furniture or other items away from where the handyman is going to be working before he or she gets there.

    Make yourself available to answer any questions.

    Keep kids and pets away from where the handyman is working.

A handyman is the happy medium between DIY or hiring a contractor. As stated above, there are some jobs a handyman isn’t allowed to do. This is why some handymen are also licensed contractors. It enables them to spread their nets wider when bidding on jobs.

  •     A handyman can take care of numerous small jobs and sometimes works with contractors on large projects, especially when time is of the essence.
  •     A handyman is quite versatile and can help with everything from replacing your thermostat to paving a new walkway.
  •     They can handle most jobs that you may not have the time or ability to do yourself.
  •     They can also do jobs that may be trickier than you might think like a toilet replacement.
  • To determine if you can use a handyman instead of a fully-licensed contractor, ask yourself the following:
  •     Could I do it myself if I only had the time?
  •     Could I do it myself if I only had the knowledge or ability?
  •     Should this take less than a day?
  •     Should this cost less than $500?
  •     Can this be done by only one or two people?
  •     Can this be done without a permit?


Answering “yes” to these usually means that your project can be done by a handyman. When looking for bids, be sure to give as much detail about the job as possible. An ethical handyman will tell you upfront if the job requires a contractor or if he or she isn’t comfortable with certain kinds of work.

Some jobs may seem simple enough -- turning your attic into an office or a spare bedroom, a larger picture window in your living room -- but often require quite a bit more knowledge. If your project is going to cost over $500 a day and take more than a day or two, you might want to hire a contractor. These projects are usually fairly big. They will also be more likely to require permits and inspections, and will often require a crew of workers to accomplish.

If you project requires any of the following, you need a contractor:

  •     New plumbing
  •     Modifying existing plumbing such as replacing lines
  •     New electrical work
  •     Repairing an electrical system such as replacing a breaker box or replacing wiring in the walls or ceiling
  •     Installing or repairing gas lines
  •     Any HVAC work beyond routine maintenance
  •     Adding livable space such as a room addition or converting an attic or basement into a livable space
  •     Major remodeling
  •     Anything that affects the structure of your house.


This list is by no means exhaustive. Before beginning any project, check with your local regulations to see if your project is required to be done by a licensed contractor. Although it’s more expensive than hiring a handyman, hiring a contractor is a way to make sure that things are done safely and up to code.

What Jobs Should I Hire A Handyman For? (STEP-BY-STEP-GUIDE)

CONTRACTOR VS. HANDYMAN

A handyman, contractor and DIYer share a lot of the same skills. However, there are times when you have to decide whether the job is one you can handle, or if you should call for help.


DIY

Many small repairs or modifications can easily be handled by anyone with a screwdriver or hammer.  DIY, however, is entirely dependent on the individual. What one person considers a simple task could be well beyond the abilities of another person. One way to decide if a project is better as a DIY project is to ask yourself what can go wrong and how badly.

    Updating your kitchen cabinets with new handles is a project with very few complications. The worst that could happen is that you might not have screwed them in tight enough and they come loose.

    Replacing an electrical outlet, however, can be very dangerous if you do it wrong. If you don’t know about electrical currents and how they work in your house, call someone who does.

Another consideration to think about is how many people it will take to do the job. A single person can build a house. However, it’s going to take a very long time and will be very difficult. Installing insulation or drywall can be handled quite easily by one person and requires little in the way of specialized skills. The actual effort of the job should be regarded as well. Installing a cinderblock wall is very labor-intensive. Moving blocks, mortar, and rebar can become tiring very quickly. 

IN CONCLUSION

MCCARRAN HANDYMAN SERVICES

A handyman, also known as a handyperson or handyworker, is a person skilled at a wide range of repairs, typically around the home. These tasks include installation, assembly, painting, trade skills, repair work, maintenance work, are both interior and exterior, and are sometimes described as "side work", "odd jobs" or "fix-up tasks". Specifically, these jobs could be light plumbing jobs such as fixing a leaky toilet or light electric jobs such as changing a light fixture.

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