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Synonyms for handyman

a man skilled in various odd jobs and other small tasks

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Contract notice: Cambridgeshire County Wide Handypersons Service.
Since the handyperson service started last September, the six-strong workforce has carried out repairs and adaptations on the homes of more than 2,000 older, vulnerable and disabled people in Middlesbrough.
These partnerships could include children's centres, fire and rescue services, local handyperson services and other statutory and voluntary organisations.
For these types of jobs, homeowners often rely on help from a handyperson.
Discussions with the City Council to ex-x tend the Handyperson Service, which is designed to help vulnerable people maintain their homes and improve well-being, safety and security.
Alvord-Taylor Independent Living Services - Handyperson needed to mend fences, clean up yards, build raised garden beds, fix leaky faucets and more.
The charity said it wanted the Government to help set up a national network of handyperson services to help pensioners remain independent at home.
Our future memoirist, now armed with knowledge in the mental toolbox of every careful handyperson, then preps the surface properly, paints the door, and cleans up after herself to the no-words-wasted evaluation of her father, "That's all right then.
AN IN-HOUSE handyperson scheme is being launched by Age Concern Warwickshire.
For the handsome handyperson in your life: all the features of the normal Swiss Army Knife, plus a teeny USB memory for quick, portable storage.
Understand that you will turn into a handyperson because nothing in an old house is standard, and most workmen don't want the bother.
Installation: Unless you're a skilled handyperson, most stores and manufacturers recommend using a certified electrician.
I'm not a handyperson, and neither is he, although he is knowledgeable and capable of more than he is willing to admit or perform.
For the knowledgeable handyperson, however, "it's a nice idea, but it's basically a waste of time," said one.
com features a searchable database of how-to content, expert-moderated community forums, detailed project information and a wealth of home improvement features to bring out the handyperson in everyone.