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From "Honey-Do" lists to full out constructions, Rent-A-Husband has the man for the job.

Franchise Profile — Rent-A-Husband

Rent-A-Husband works to take care of those jobs that would otherwise be deemed "too little" for larger businesses.

At Rent-a-Husband, no job is ever too small for their employees to handle. In a sense, Rent-A-Husband provides the customers with their own private handyman. Employees will do everything from spring cleaning, to sheetrock work on the roof. Each employed Husband specializes in a different area of repairs and will work on a specialized project for the customer.

Rent-A-Husband is a secure business, even in questionable economic times. This is because they have been able to secure the "do-it-for-me" niche that has been growing within American culture. Over the years, the franchise has shown superiority in the fields of customer satisfaction.

Rent-A-Husband currently has shops set up over most of the continental United States. Rent-A-Husband also works toward building strong customer loyalty and trust.

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