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Finding the reputable, reliable professionals you need to help you care for your home just got a lot easier.
Whether you need a handyman for a simple fix, a contractor for a complex renovation, or help with a project that lies somewhere in between, we'll instantly connect you to the right pros who can help
There are some projects a handyman may not be licensed to do. Specialized trades, such as a plumbing or electric work, need licensing, so check with your local licensing agency to see if the handyman is properly licensed, should your project require one. If he or she isn’t licensed, you'll need to hire a specialized contractor who is. If not, you could be liable financially if damages occur. Or, if you try to sell the home, you could end up paying more to fix the issue so it meets local code requirements.
Large projects that take time, machinery and multiple workers, such as a kitchen remodel or home addition, often require a general contractor’s license. These types of projects often require multiple types of licensing and levels of expertise.
A qualified handyman, though, can often tackle in one visit several smaller projects that don’t require licensing,
“A remodeling contractor and a handyman are essentially the same thing in terms of ability,” says Dirk Hoerr, president of highly rated Budget Right Kitchens in Oak Park, Ill.. “Where a remodeling contractor and a handyman typically differ, however, is the size and the scope of the work that they perform. A remodeling contractor will often focus on larger projects that require a lot of coordination; sometimes over weeks, in order to complete.”
But not everything is black and white when it comes to hiring one or the other.