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Re: kintyre Handyman

Postby jaffacat » Mon Mar 07, 2011 2:27 pm

Just an example, question number 1:
http://www.fwc-insurance.co.uk/liabilit ... urance.htm

Not required by law, but if you`re doing work for a local authority or are sub-contracted to another company, they usually insist you have it or you cant work for them.
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Re: kintyre Handyman

Postby handyman2 » Sun Mar 20, 2011 5:05 pm

yep, the insurance is sorted, thanks for all the advice jaffacat.
just needing a colour cartridge and will get it printed and framed. lol. :roll:
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Re: kintyre Handyman

Postby smokynuk » Mon Apr 04, 2011 11:54 am

Well regardless whether you have insurance, a guarantee, certificate or a signed letter from the queen, i have to say you did a great job up at my place the other day.
For me, turning up was a big plus which is more than can be said of the "qualified" people.

I for one will definately be giving you another call :)
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Re: kintyre Handyman

Postby Dunc R » Mon Apr 04, 2011 3:53 pm

James,

Same here, measured up the for gate, explained what was needed to my wife and two days later job done. We will be in contact again, saved me a lot of grief just by turning up as promised.
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Re: kintyre Handyman

Postby handyman2 » Thu Apr 07, 2011 8:41 pm

:D :D :D

Thanks very much Dunc and smokynuk!!
its great when you get happy, cheery and helpful people to work with, that itself make the job so much easier!

would be more than happy to work with/for any of my kintyre forum people again.

Thanks for the feedback guys, much appreciated,

James. 8)
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Re: kintyre Handyman

Postby handyman2 » Mon May 16, 2011 10:55 pm

Just about done putting a metal framed greenhouse together, nightmare of a job, but getting there.

So who has any DIY disasters needing fixed/ finished after all these holidays and long weekends? :)

Give me a call ; 07917430935. happy to help. :D
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Re: kintyre Handyman

Postby nevermonday » Sat Feb 23, 2013 3:14 am

Hi James

I know that you posted this advert a while ago ,but I am currently looking for a handyman to do a few thing around a small flat. Please can you email me on bvicastaway@hotmail.com and I can fill you in on the details. I work funny hours so unfortunatly am unable to call. i look forward to hearing from you .. Many thanks
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