1. Schedule Time with Our Handyman in Fort Collins for Your Spring Cleaning

    We're finally seeing some warmer temperatures in Colorado after a brutally cold February. There are even some flowers getting ready to bloom, and nature is telling us that Spring is nearly here again. That means it is time to start working on your spring cleaning list! There are gutters that need to clean, yards that need to be cleaned up after the snow melts, desk to be repaired, and houses to pa…Read More

  2. Our Handyman in Fort Collins Helps with Jobs Big and Small

    It's been a brutal February, and chances are you've been spending more time indoors than any Coloradoan really wants to spend. While you are spending all that time cooped up inside, you've probably noticed some things around the house that need to be done. Maybe the paint in your living room is starting to look a little dingy, and the bathroom sink won't stop dripping, and that basement door need…Read More

  3. The Handyman Service Fort Collins Residents Rely On

    Here at All Of The Above Handyman Service, we are dedicated to serving the Front Range area with excellent service and craftsmanship. As a locally owned and operated small business right here in Fort Collins, Colorado, we've been offering our skills and service to the community for several years. Our motto is, if you can name it, we can do it! We don't let a big or complicated job stand in our way…Read More

  4. How to Choose a Handyman

    Choosing home repair services can be a daunting task. Not only do you want to know if the company can do an excellent job, but you want to make sure they are safe, professional workers who won't charge you an arm and a leg. Although we may seem a little biased about which handyman to choose, there is no doubt that wherever you go, you should expect the same quality handyman repair services in For…Read More

  5. Window and Door Replacement by the Handyman Repair Services Fort Collins Loves

    Windows should be transparent. If you have good windows, then you shouldn't even notice they are there. However, over time the seals on windows can wear out and gradually let in moisture and dust which makes its home on the inside of the window pane. This means no matter if you clean it repeatedly from the inside and outside, nothing is going to reach the grime. When you can't stand it anymore or …Read More

  6. GUTTER CLEAN UP

    Spring is here and for a lot of us that adds one more thing to our “To-Do” list “Gutter Clean Up”. Cluttered up gutters can cause damage that you want to avoid. A clogged up gutter can cause water to build up which will lead to water spilling over in places you don’t desire and water to damage your soffits and fascia which is an even bigger job to both replace and repair. First you will …Read More

  7. WHAT CAN A HANDYMAN DO FOR YOU?

    Many people ask me, “What types of projects can you do?” The short answer is that I can work on almost any project that does not require a state professional license to do so. Most people feel as though their project is too small. NOT TRUE! I have no problem at all working on any project and I think that you will find that I am reasonably priced and easy to work with. If your project is larger…Read More

  8. HOW TO: UNCLOG A DRAIN

    I found this article on How Stuff Works to be amazingly helpful for this project: (citation below) http://home.howstuffworks.com/32334-gimme-shelter-toilet-plungers-video.htm There are a number of plumbing repairs that require immediate attention. Chief among these is a clogged drain. Everyone knows the inconvenience and mess that accompany a sluggish drain. Even so, many people wait until the dra…Read More

  9. HOW TO: BROKEN LIGHT BULB REMOVAL

    HOW TO REMOVE A BROKEN LIGHT BULB Have you ever had a light bulb break free from its metal base as you are unscrewing it? It can become a real pain to remove. Here is how I do it: 1) Make sure that you've turned the power off to your light fixture. If it’s a lamp, unplug it. If it’s an overhead light, turn off the circuit breaker. 2) If you have some sort of work gloves, put them on. If y…Read More