Handy Giant is a fast growing service for residential and commercial repairs, remodeling, handyman, installs, carpentry, painting and renovations. We are based in Boston, Massachusetts.
Handy Giant team is on call for repairs, scheduled maintenance, painting, carpentry, handyman projects and installations. Smooth workflow, high standards and excellent customer service are guaranteed. Commercial Handyman Services by Handy Giant: building maintenance and repair tailored for your business and evolving alongside your changing commercial needs. Learn more about handyman services by Handy Giant.
We have earned a recognition for making a difference for our clients as a repair and maintenance services provider to individual residences, businesses and multi unit properties.
Handy Giant’s vision: to become the highest value provider of commercial repair services and retail maintenance. Above: a partial list of companies we are extremely honored to work for.
Handy Giant operates as a self-performing subcontractor locally and for national facility management companies.
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These projects will enhance your yard, beautify your exterior, and give everyone in the family something easy, but exciting to do on summer weekends!
1) Make a Herb Planter From a Wagon
How to Make an Herb Planter From a Wagon
Looking to spice up your container garden? Dig out Junior’s rusty old Radio Flyer and turn it into a mobile planter that can go from a sun-steeped corner right to your kitchen door.
2) Build a Tree Bench
Easy Summer Weekend House Project: Tree Bench
This comfy, stay-cool spot has room for the entire family and practically looks like it’s a part of the tree itself. Put your bench together, and you’ll enjoy lounging on it with a favorite book all summer long.
3) Give the Garden a Pretty Arbor
Garden a Pretty Arbor
A well-placed arbor is your garden’s ultimate multi-tasker: It can serve as an entryway to an outdoor spot; frame a focal point, like a flowering shrub or garden shed; and, of course, take your beloved climbers to new heights.
4) Add a Sitting Wall
Add a little taste of New England to your landscape!
Add a little taste of New England to your landscape by marking off your patios and flower beds with a border that doubles as a place to sit down and relax. Using cast concrete blocks made to look like stone is makes this landscape feature much easier to build.
5) Gather Around a Fire Pit
Build a Fire Pit
Outdoor fires are so hot right now. Seriously. Mankind has called the hearth home for the centuries, it’s true, but these days people are going ultra-retro and getting their heat from stone-walled pits set into the earth. If you really want to light up right, do it in style.