Handyman Matters Franchise
As people become more protective of their leisure time, the market for household handyman services is growing. Handyman Matters is a great franchise opportunity that knows how to take care of both residential and commercial needs.
Franchise Profile — Handyman Matters Franchise
Handyman Matters employees are thoroughly trained, have background checks, and are trained to provide exceptional customer service.
Handyman Matters not only services residential properties, but commercial properties as well. They can help anyone maintain and improve their rental properties, apartment buildings, restaurants, stores, malls and complexes.
Handyman Matters is looking for partners to work on growing a business. Your personal handyman skills are not as important as your desire to create a reputable business. They will help you utilize past experience and previously acquired skills to maximize the performance of this business model.
UPDATE: Acquired by Ace Hardware in 2019, but still actively franchising under the Ace Hardware brand.
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