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Handyman As A Business Idea

Are you constantly fixing things around the house?

Always called when friends need small projects?

Create a website, do a competitive analysis to see what your time and skills are worth, and reach out to friends who have helped you in the past for referrals.

Starting a home improvement business is a good idea, if you’ve already built a strong skill set helping others fix their homes.

Consider specializing in what you feel ready to do – for example. If you’re good at washing and plumbing, you can start by providing sink repair services and then expand your offering as you gain more skills.

No certificates are required to become a clusterer and there are no special educational requirements.

However, you may need a license if you plan to do more than a dollar worth of work. Some states may not require this license.

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