Commercial Handyman Services for Businesses

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Hiring a commercial handyman simple: when your Boston business needs someone to assembly new office furniture, replace high ceiling light bulbs, complete an eraser board installation or a carpentry related repair BHM commercial services offers all in one solution. We understand that sometimes your regular business hours are not the best time for project completions and that’s why we will work with you to minimize the impact on your business and customers.


Do you manage an apartment building? Select BostonHM as your preferred provider and offer the tenants value-added home set up services such as furniture assembly and TV wall mounting.


Boston Handyman suggestions to make your IKEA furniture assembly easier

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Don’t stress – Boston Handyman can help you with your IKEA furniture assembly project!

IKEA furniture may be less expensive, but it sure takes effort to put it all together. Unfortunately, there’s no easy way around it. Here’s what Boston Handyman suggests to make your IKEA furniture assembly easier:

  • Measure your space. Make sure the items will fit where you want them before you buy them. If the items don’t fit, you risk damaging your home…
  • Look through the entire manual before starting assembly. Decide if it is a one or two-person job. Don’t risk injuring yourself.
  • Prep, plan and clear your space. Don’t make it easy for tools, screws and instruction manuals to get lost.
  • Make sure you have the right tools. Most IKEA boxes include an Allen wrench or screwdriver, which is usually enough to get the job done. However, some furniture assembly requires your own tools, such as a hammer or screwdriver. It is also a good idea to get a power drill to speed things up.
  • Separate and count your pieces. Taking the time to organize your materials will help the process go a lot quicker. Plus, you won’t be stuck with a half-assembled piece of furniture when you realize something is missing.
  • Exercise Patience (easier said than done…) Realize that IKEA furniture takes time to assemble. Don’t rush. You’ll only get stressed and increase your chances of making a mistake. If you need to, take a break.
  • Check all fittings when complete. Make sure everything is screwed in tightly and securely. You don’t want any gaps or wobbly pieces.
  • Easiest way to get your IKEA furniture assembled? Yup, you were right if you knew we will say this at the end of this article – just call Boston Handyman at 617-651-2582. We are here to de-stress your IKEA experience.

Office and Store Cleaning Checklist

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When you are busy running a successful company, dealing with clients, managing employees and handling contracts, the last thing you need to worry about is cleaning your office. That’s why you need a professional cleaning team. But before you hire a commercial cleaning service, make sure that you have developed an office cleaning checklist so that the cleaning service know exactly what you expect of them and what duties they will be required to undertake to fulfill their contract.

A larger commercial professional cleaner will usually have a wider variety of services to offer and often have more technologically advanced equipment, more highly trained professionals and are more experienced on cleaning much large commercial facilities.

For example, a larger commercial professional cleaner may have ultra-filtration vacuum systems (with HEPA filter to limit the amount of dust in the air), dusting equipment with nano-fibers to reduce dust and static. They may also offer extra services such as pest control, landscaping, parking lot maintenance and HVAC cleaning and maintenance. Another advantage of a larger cleaning company is that if you are not satisfied with their work they have a large enough staff to send you alternative personnel to do the job satisfactorily.

Reception Room/Foyer Cleaning Checklist

This is the first part of your facility that clients will se as they enter so it is vital that it makes a good impression. For this reason the reception area needs more than just a routine weekly dusting. It should be vacuumed daily. If it is carpeted the carpet should be stem cleaned on a regular basis to prevent it becoming stained to too dirty. If the floor is not carpeted it need to be treated and polished on a regular basis to prevent it from becoming dull. Any trash bins need to be emptied daily and all surfaces should be dusted and sanitized. Windows should be kept clean inside and out. Cobwebs should be removed from corners and ceiling s on a regular basis. Light switches and door handles should be kept clean.

Restroom Cleaning Checklist

Bathrooms absolutely must be cleaned at least one each day and more often if they have a lot of use throughout the day. This cleaning regime must include the hand basins, floors, toilet bowl and urinals. Hand sanitizers and towels should be replaced. Mirrors, hand driers and light switches should be cleaned. Waste bins should be emptied. Any air fresheners should be refilled.

Break Room/ Kitchen Cleaning Checklist

All surfaces should be sanitized particularly food preparation areas, cooking surfaces and sinks. Waste must be emptied daily. Tables and chairs should be cleansed. Remind staff not to leave left over food in the refrigerator.

Office Area Cleaning Checklist

All other areas should be dusted cleansed and vacuumed if necessary on a daily or bi-weekly basis as needed. Internal and external windows should be kept clean dan wasted should be removed regularly.

9 Quick Home Maintenance Tips

Home maintenance isn’t restricted to repairs. In fact, certain tasks–when performed regularly–may actually prevent things from breaking in the first place. But when things do go wrong (and it’s inevitable that they do), we have some backup plans that you can try before you grab the phone to call for pro. Appliances and plumbing are the most frequent offenders, but they also often can be the simplest to care for. From the gutters to the living room carpet, there’s a reliable method for keeping every part of your home clean, safe, and well maintained.

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9 Quick Home Maintenance Tips


The quickest fix is to not have the problem in the first place. Here’s a checklist of items every homeowner should get to regularly.

1. Test your garage door opener monthly to ensure that it reverses when it hits an obstruction or when its sensor beam is interrupted.

2. Vacuum the clothes dryer’s exhaust duct at least once a year. If the duct is plastic, replace it (it’s a fire hazard). Rigid sheet-metal ducting is best.

3. Replace furnace filters quarterly, or as recommended by the furnace manufacturer.

4. Test all GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) outlets monthly. Press the test button and use a voltage tester to make sure the power goes off.

5. Clean leaves and debris from the condenser of a central air conditioner seasonally.

6. Once a year, vacuum the refrigerator coils underneath the appliance.

7. Have the fireplace chimney inspected and cleaned annually.

8. Inspect window and door caulking and weather stripping yearly.

9. Replace the batteries in smoke detectors yearly. And remember, even recent hard-wired smoke detectors have backup batteries that must be replaced. If you have never checked yours, do so.

How to Prevent and Deal With Frozen Pipes

A 1/8-inch crack can leak up to 250 gallons of water a day, causing flooding, structural damage and the immediate potential for mold.

How to Prevent and Deal With Frozen Pipes advice by Boston Home Services

How to Prevent and Deal With Frozen Pipes? Advice by Boston Home Services.

Why Frozen Pipes Are a Problem

Water expands as it freezes. This expansion puts extreme pressure on whatever is containing it, including metal or plastic pipes. Pipes that freeze most frequently are those that are exposed to severe cold, like outdoor water faucets, swimming pool supply lines, water sprinkler lines, and water supply pipes in unheated interior areas like basements and crawl spaces, attics, garages, or kitchen cabinets. Also, pipes that run against exterior walls that have little or no insulation are also subject to freezing.

A 1/8-inch crack in a pipe can leak up to 250 gallons of water a day, causing flooding, serious structural damage, and the immediate potential for mold.

In the US, frozen pipes cause significant damage every year, but they often can be prevented. Taking a few simple steps, even now, may save you the aggravation and expense.


There are three common causes of frozen pipes:

1. Quick drops in temperature

2. Poor insulation

3. Thermostats set too low

There are a number of preventative steps you can take to keep your pipes from freezing:

  • Check the insulation of pipes in your home’s crawl spaces and attic. Exposed pipes are most susceptible to freezing.
  • Heat tape or thermostatically controlled heat cables can be used to wrap pipes. Be sure to use products approved by an independent testing organization, such as Underwriters Laboratories Inc., and only for the use intended (exterior or interior). Closely follow all manufacturers’ installation and operation instructions.
  • Seal leaks that allow cold air inside near where pipes are located. Look for air leaks around electrical wiring, dryer vents, and pipes, and use caulk or insulation to keep the cold out. With severe cold, even a tiny opening can let in enough cold air to cause a pipe to freeze.
  • Use an indoor valve to shut off and drain water from pipes leading to outside faucets. This reduces the chance of freezing in the short span of pipe just inside the house.
  • A trickle of hot and cold water might be all it takes to keep your pipes from freezing. Let warm water drip overnight, preferably from a faucet on an outside wall.
  • Keep your thermostat set at the same temperature during both day and night. You might be in the habit of turning down the heat when you’re asleep, but further drops in the temperature – more common overnight – could catch you off guard and freeze your pipes.
  • Open cabinet doors to allow heat to get to un-insulated pipes under sinks and appliances near exterior walls.

If Your Pipes Do Freeze…

Don’t panic. Just because they’re frozen doesn’t mean they’ve already burst. Here’s what you can do:

  • If you turn on your faucets and nothing comes out, leave the faucets turned on and call a plumber.
  • If your house or basement is flooding, turn off the water valve and immediately call 911.
  • Do not touch or use electrical appliances in areas of standing water due to electrocution concerns.
  • Never try to thaw a pipe with a torch or other open flame because it could cause a fire hazard. Every year, many building fires are caused by people trying to thaw frozen pipes. All open flames in homes present a serious fire danger, as well as a severe risk of exposure to lethal carbon monoxide.
  • You may be able to thaw a frozen pipe with the warm air from a hair dryer. Start by warming the pipe as close to the faucet as possible, working toward the coldest section of pipe.
  • Again, if your water pipes have already burst, turn off the water at the main shutoff valve in the house; leave the water faucets turned on and call 911. Make sure everyone in your family knows where the water shutoff valve is and how to open and close it. Likely places for the water turn-off valve include internal pipes running against exterior walls or where water service enters a home through the foundation.
  • If you will be going away during cold weather, leave the heat set to a temperature no lower than 55ºF.

Find the original article How to Prevent and Deal With Frozen Pipes here.

News Release: Americans’ Outlook on the Home Selling Market Cools amid Economic and Financial Concerns Many

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Fannie Mae supports economic recovery, helps to build sustainable housing finance systems

August 07, 2015. Article by Fannie Mae, the leading source of residential mortgage credit in the U.S. secondary market.

WASHINGTON, DC – Consumer attitudes toward the home selling environment stumbled last month despite positive home price change expectations, according to results from Fannie Mae’s July 2015 National Housing Survey™ (NHS). Among those surveyed, the share of consumers who believe now is a good time to sell a home fell 7 percentage points to 45 percent, while those who believe it is a good time to buy dropped to 61 percent—an all-time survey low. The dip comes as more consumers reported a negative outlook regarding personal finances and the direction of the economy. The share of consumers saying the economy is on the wrong track rose by 3 percentage points to 54 percent in July. Additionally, those who expect their personal financial situation to improve over the next year fell to 44 percent, while those reporting a significantly lower income compared to 12 months ago increased to 15 percent—marking the first change in this indicator in three months.

“Consumer attitudes toward housing slid back this month,” said Doug Duncan, senior vice president and chief economist at Fannie Mae. “The share of consumers who think it’s a good time to sell a home posted a sizable decrease from a record high in the prior month, even as home price change expectations strengthened. Deteriorating consumer assessments of income growth over the past year as well as increased caution around the direction of the economy and personal financial expectations may be contributing to the pullback in sentiment. Still, it is premature to read too much into this month’s results as the survey was taken around the time of increased global turmoil, including Greece’s potential default and China’s stock market plunge, which has receded somewhat. Most of our key indicators are as strong or stronger than they were at this time last year, which is indicative of an improving housing market this year.”

Homeownership and Renting

  • The average 12-month home price change expectation rose to 3.0%.
  • The share of respondents who say home prices will go up in the next 12 months rose to 49%, while the share who say home prices will go down rose to 8%.
  • The share of respondents who say mortgage rates will go up in the next 12 months rose 1 percentage point to 51%.
  • Those who say it is a good time to buy a house fell to 61% – an all-time survey low, while those who say it is a good time to sell fell to 45%.
  • The average 12month rental price change expectation rose to 4.5%.
  • The percentage of respondents who expect home rental prices to go up fell 5 percentage points to 54%.
  • Those who think it would be easy to get a mortgage fell to 48%, while those who think it would be difficult rose to 49%, the first time that more think it would be difficult since October.
  • The share who say they would buy if they were going to move rose 1 percentage point to 65%, while the share who would rent decreased to 28%.

The Economy and Household Finances

  • The share of respondents who say the economy is on the right track decreased by 2 percentage points to 37%, while those who say the economy is on the wrong track rose by 3 percentage points to 54%.
  • The percentage of respondents who expect their personal financial situation to get better over the next 12 months fell to 44%, ending its rising trend.
  • The share of respondents who say their household income is significantly lower than it was 12 months ago rose to 15%, the first change in this statistic since April.
  • The percentage of respondents who say their household expenses are significantly higher than they were 12 months ago remained at 31%.

The most detailed consumer attitudinal survey of its kind, Fannie Mae’s National Housing Survey™ polled 1,000 Americans via live telephone interview to assess their attitudes toward owning and renting a home, home and rental price changes, homeownership distress, the economy, household finances, and overall consumer confidence. Homeowners and renters are asked more than 100 questions used to track attitudinal shifts (findings are compared to the same survey conducted monthly beginning June 2010). To reflect the growing share of households with a cell phone but no landline, the National Housing Survey has increased its cell phone dialing rate to 60 percent as of October 2014. For more information, please see the Technical Notes. Fannie Mae conducts this survey and shares monthly and quarterly results so that we may help industry partners and market participants target our collective efforts to stabilize the housing market in the near-term, and provide support in the future.

For detailed findings from the July 2015 survey, as well as technical notes on survey methodology and questions asked of respondents associated with each monthly indicator, please visit the Fannie Mae Monthly National Housing Survey page on Also available on the site are in-depth topic analyses, which provide a detailed assessment of combined data results from three monthly studies. The July 2015 National Housing Survey was conducted between July 1, 2015 and July 23, 2015. Most of the data collection occurred during the first two weeks of this period. Interviews were conducted by Penn Schoen Berland, in coordination with Fannie Mae.

To receive e-mail updates with other housing market research from Fannie Mae’s Economic & Strategic Research Group, please click here.

Opinions, analyses, estimates, forecasts, and other views of Fannie Mae’s Economic & Strategic Research (ESR) Group included in these materials should not be construed as indicating Fannie Mae’s business prospects or expected results, are based on a number of assumptions, and are subject to change without notice. How this information affects Fannie Mae will depend on many factors. Although the ESR Group bases its opinions, analyses, estimates, forecasts, and other views on information it considers reliable, it does not guarantee that the information provided in these materials is accurate, current, or suitable for any particular purpose. Changes in the assumptions or the information underlying these views could produce materially different results. The analyses, opinions, estimates, forecasts, and other views published by the ESR Group represent the views of that group as of the date indicated and do not necessarily represent the views of Fannie Mae or its management.

Your secret apartment building marketing weapon

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Commercial Handyman Services offers value added services for Apartment Building residents, owners and operators.

As you may have read in the about me page I worked in facility operations and property management field for over a decade. While working at the real estate maintenance department for high-end hotels on Nantucket Island I learned that the most important aspect of the guest and resident experience is always focused around how friendly and warm is the front line staff. There should be no disconnect between a welcoming front desk team, hospitable restaurant staff or a busy maintenance department.

Here are the questions to ask:

  • Does your maintenance staff greet your guest and residents?
  • Does your property maintenance team always acknowledge residents when/if in passing in a warm and naturally friendly manner?
  • Does the servicing staff take the time to learn and try to remember the names of your guests and residents?
  • Does your maintenance staff cordially ask guests and residents if they are experiencing any environmental problems that might be affecting there daily living or even a short term stay?
  • Is your maintenance staff empowered and encouraged by you to create a service request or, better yet, fix the problem on the spot if time allows?

Maintenance teams are important and effective marketers because, maintenance employees can offer a warm fuzzy home feeling (or the opposite) to residents and can make or break your asset’s performance. In some cases a friendly greet and meet from your maintenance management supervisor when showing around the building to your potential residents could add comfort and tip the scale towards a successful lease or sale. I say with pride that I remember many instances where I helped to “close” on a room or an apartment by simply taking time to say hello or answer a question from a potential resident during their tour. The property showing experience is never just about the “walls” – it’s always about people servicing the building.

Consider this hypothetical example. Let’s say your apartment property averages six service requests per unit each year. If we assume that the average apartment property has 200 units, a maintenance staff could potentially interact with residents at least 100 percent more than the leasing staff! With that amount of direct contact with residents, it’s no wonder there is an emphasis of the role apartment maintenance technicians play in your property’s brand.

Does your company periodically ask the maintenance technicians to put down the wrenches and screwdrivers to talk about another kind of customer service? Such as how to communicate with your customers, how to be personable and friendly with no exceptions, about being a little more proactive with the little extras and details that can sometimes get overlooked.

Maintenance technician’s proper engagement with your resident can fortify your company’s purpose. Would your technicians go above and beyond the call of duty, such as offering service on the fly or even giving a resident’s car a jump? I hope the answer is yes. If not, please call me.

What I also learned to be helpful is offering residents and guests to complete a brief survey after maintenance work has been completed, so your real estate portfolio maintenance team can better execute its mission and continue gaining trust. If somebody is not enjoying their living experience, there is an urgent need to do something to try to turn that around. For example, setting up survey notifications on a daily basis – when a resident completes the surveys and submits a mark that’s below four out of five stars on particular questions, you will get an automatic notification. Carefully review it and share an inserted comment with your appropriate teams and try to figure out how to make the experience turn around.

While customer satisfaction is very high, it is good to remember that none of your properties are immune to complaints. I simply view them as a chance to improve our service and build a stronger brand. I had to learn to take the position not be offended if somebody writes a complaint and see it as an opportunity. An opportunity to be your top secret property marketing weapon.

Eddie @ Commercial Handyman Services


Childproofing Your Home

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These days homes seem to have a great many potential dangers for young children. Follow these simple steps to ensure your child’s safety by childproofing your home. This list is not final and additional items vary by home.

1. Tall lamps or anything taller than your child that can be pulled over should be taken out of the child’s environment or be blocked off with furniture so that your child cannot get into it.

2. Poisons should not be kept under the sink, regardless of whether or not the cabinet is childproofed. Poisons should always be kept in upper cabinets, out of your child’s reach.

3. Magnets on refrigerators are not a good idea. If they fall on the floor, your child could put it in his or her mouth and choke on it.

4. When cooking, all pot handles should be turned in so your baby does not reach up and pull the handle. If possible, use your back burners first.

5. Hanging cords from answering machines, phones, lamps, and appliances should be out of your child’s reach.

6. Always keep the DVD player out of reach so your child cannot put his or her hands into the mouth of the tape opening.

7. Wall hangings should never be put over the crib. If your child pulls it down, nails could come loose and fall into the crib, not to mention having the glass break in the crib.

8. Cords to blinds should be lifted high out of reach of your child. Children can pull the cords and could be accidentally strangled.

9. Turn your hot water down below 120 degrees to prevent scalding.

10. Pet doors should be blocked off so your baby does not go through the door. Babies tend to follow animals outdoors.

11. Tablecloths hanging over the edges of the tables can be pulled down and everything on top can fall on your child.

14. A baby must never be left unattended-even for just 30 seconds-outside or in a bathtub.

15. Your garage must be off limits to children.

16. Do not use tacks or staples to secure electrical cords to walls. They can fall or be pulled out and swallowed.

17. Securely install stair safety gates, hallway and room dividers.

If you need assistance childproofing your home, please call us here at BostonHM and we will send a handyman to help you. We will install stair safety gates, secure fall objects and help you remove and store other fall-risk items.

– by Boston Handyman and Greater Boston Property Management Team at BostonHM.

Why Delaying Simple Home Repairs May Lead to Expensive Projects

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Many homeowners are well aware that there are a few small things wrong in one area of the house or another, but are reluctant to fix these things themselves or pay a large amount of money to hire a professional. This is why many small home repairs are ignored, and eventually lead to much larger, more costly repairs down the road. Even if that dripping faucet or misaligned door doesn’t seem like a pressing problem, as with most home repairs, it is unlikely that it will get better on its own, and in some cases, it may already be costing you money.

Inexpensive Small Home Repairs
If you’re worried about paying a lot of money for what may just be a simple repair, it’s best to talk to contractors who specialize in that repair. As often as not, a professional plumber, electrician, or other specialist (or even their knowledgeable staff who answer the phones) will be more than willing to suggest some simple things over the phone for the consumer to try before scheduling a service call. This is because they know how frustrating it is to pay $85+ to have them come for just a few minutes. It also creates goodwill because you will probably call them back if you can’t fix it yourself, and will be inclined to call them for all your future needs, as well as recommend them to others.

However, it is important to remember that professionals have invested in a lot of special training, tools (and usually carry plenty of special parts on their trucks) and have acquired the experience that allows them to recognize symptoms and fix things quickly. So it is usually more efficient, and often even cheaper, to pay a contractor his minimum fee for a few minutes of work to get the job done right, rather than go through the process of elimination yourself, running to the hardware store a couple times, etc.

Hire a Handyman Service For Simple Home Maintenance
Another tactic that’s likely to get the job done right, that is often even less expensive, is to hire a handyman service. In most cases, handyman services are a good option as long as you have enough work to keep a professional busy for several hours. They’ll probably cost not as much as hiring a plumber or other specialist for a single job and the nice thing about a handyman service is that they will have the knowledge to do several different types of jobs on the same visit.

By bundling many simple home maintenance tasks together, you’ll have the benefit of getting all of your small home repairs done on the same day by the same person. This not only gets your home in better working order faster than hiring multiple companies to do each task, but it will also reduce costs on repairs that don’t take too long since you won’t have to pay more than one minimum fee.

List Your Minor Home Repairs Before You Call
If hiring a handyman service sounds like the way to go in your situation, make sure to have a list of the things you want done before you call. Though most simple home maintenance is likely to require only basic tools, some of these smaller projects will require a specific tool or piece of hardware that isn’t kept in the work van. Letting the company know the specific repairs you want done beforehand will assure the fastest and most efficient service possible by eliminating any trips back to home base or the hardware store.

Small Home Repairs Not Covered By Handyman Services
Just about any simple home maintenance project can be handled by a handyman service, but there are a few tasks that a handyman might not be able to tackle during a quick visit. Generally, painting, staining, or refinishing wood furniture, cabinetry, or flooring is a task that is better left to a painting company or a carpenter.

Landscaping is another area where handyman companies around Boston may not offer the service, however here at BHM of Boston we do. We certainly have knowledge in dealing with landscaping – our handymen have focus on the house itself as well as the grounds around it due to our full home and property management program.

Make a list of all the simple home maintenance you expect your handyman to perform and relay that list to the company when you are calling for service; handymen services tend to be flexible, and if there are enough small maintenance tasks on your list, they may be able to slip in one or two little projects that they don’t advertise service for in order to get your business!

Boston Handyman Services for Homes and Businesses

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Here are just a few of many ideas how Boston Home Services can help you.

Just moved? Congrats! You’ll be relaxing in your new space in no time as we get your home feeling like home smoothly and quickly.

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Boston Home Services specializes in helping new move-ins to settle in quickly.

Hanging Wall Decor? We are experts at that! From pictures to mirrors and shelves, we have you covered. Our team will always come prepared with all proper tools and hardware to get your job done right.

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Boston Furniture Assembly Let us assemble your furniture – we will save you tons of time and frustration! Setting up your IKEA? Awesome! We are superstars at IKEA furniture assembly. Seriously. Trust us with yourIKEA furniture assembly project in Boston. Our handyman and home services are insured and come with a 6 month warranty.

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Flat Screen TV Wall-Mounting. Book Boston Home Services to have your TV mounted. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about TV Wall Mounting service.

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Flat screen TV mounting at a flat rate. We cover Greater Boston area.

Moving Help.  We can help with the packing, lifting and loading. Just Moved? Get Help to Set Up Your New Home!

Boston Home Services will help you with packing and loading.

Interior and Exterior Painting. From small touch ups to larger interior and exterior painting projects. Hire us when a large painting crew is not required.

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Hire Boston Home Services pro for your painting project.

Window Treatments. Experts at installing all types of window treatments, including blinds, curtains, shades and shutters.

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Knobs & Locks. From doorknobs to chain locks, we have you covered.

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Drains and Toilets. Sometimes calling a licensed plumber is not necessary. We troubleshoot all sorts minor plumbing issues, replace your toilet with new and lower your expenses for plumbing jobs that do not require a licensed plumber by the Massachusetts Plumbing Code. When your plumbing project requires a licensed plumber we will help you find one.

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Call Boston Home Services when a licensed plumber is not necessary.

Light Fixtures.  When calling a licensed electrician is not necessary we can lower your expenses. We will replace hard to reach high ceiling lightbulbs, install prewired light fixtures, replace light covers and complete electrical jobs that do not require a licensed electrician by the Massachusetts Electrical Code. When your electrical project requires a licensed electrician we will help you find one. 

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To lower your expenses hire Boston’s best handyman team when a licensed electrician is not necessary.

Power Washing. Oily driveways, mud-caked semi trucks, or barnacle-ridden boats . . . You name it, we’re equipped with specialized power-washing equipment can clean it. Call is for spotless results!

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Air Conditioner. Save yourself from the summer heat and let our professional handyman install your window AC.

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Do not see your project listed above? Please call for a consultation #617-651-2582 or Send us an Email.

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Our technical background is a combination of experience in construction, home repairs and mechanical systems. Our property care services are used by tenants, homeowners and businesses in Boston, Metro Boston, Greater Boston and we are committed to earn your trust.

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