By Sarah White and Kevin Pegg
With the easy-to-read tips and business strategies taught in this book, readers will learn how to make a handyman business profitable. The book provides tips for both doing the job and the skills needed to run the business.
It means finding creative solutions to everyday problems, learning new things, and enjoying a wide variety of tasks. Handymen can set their own hours and be their own bosses. But they will need the skills to make the business profitable, too, since only they will be responsible for finding customers.
This book demonstrates, step-by-step, how readers can make a name for themselves as the handymen in their communities. Anyone who enjoys fixing things and has the skills to do it can make a successful career with his or her own handyman business.
136 pages. Softcover. 2004.