We are grateful for the support of our wonderful clients:

Thanks R.A. of Hampton for your kind words

Hi. I was very impressed with Colin, his punctuality, his reasonable quote and helpful suggestions. He works to a particularly high standard, obviously takes great pride in a finished job. My only misgiving is that he may become too busy I might have trouble booking him. He will be returning early June to help me with another project. I have already recommended him to friends who are looking for a reliable tradesman. One of the best.


Thanks Yve of Bentleigh East. Your support is appreciated.

Colin did a great job installing my kitchen benchtop substrate. He was able to handle the carpentry, as well as plumbing & gas connections which saved me dealing with multiple trades. Bernadette turned around quotes and booking very quickly. Very professional, courteous and personable. Highly recommended.


Thanks K.M. of Aspendale Gardens. Happy to help.

Quickly responded to enquiry and arranged quote. Reasonably priced and efficient working manner. Job successfully completed.


Thanks C.H. of Highett. Very pleased you were happy with our service.

Well priced, great quality, quick and easy to deal with


Thanks J.M. of Black Rock. It was our pleasure to work with you.

Very prompt and professional! Will use them again.

What to look for in a Handyman

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Do I need a Building Permit?

It can be difficult to know if a Building Permit is required for any improvements you wish to undertake.

We've created an easy to read document that summarises the requirements of the Victorian Building Authority and, therefore, your local Council.

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What's the difference between a Pergola and a Verandah?

In simple terms,

A PERGOLA is a 'bare bone' structure - without a roof, but can have Shade Cloth.

A VERANDAH is any other structure attached to the house, has a roof and, generally (but not always) has walls open to the elements.