Edward's Enterprises
Remodel Contractor & Handyman Repairs

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Edward’s Enterprises is here to help you with a variety of repair and remodel services around your home, office, retail store, or commercial location.

 
Our team of employees help our clients with remodels as well as plumbing, electrical, painting, carpentry, hauling, landscaping, and handyman repair work like assembling furniture or fixing a door handle.

Find out more about Edward’s Enterprises below!

Our team offers a variety of repair and remodel services such as:

 
  • Handyman Repairs

  • Office Improvements

  • Deck Installations

  • Patio Cover Repairs

  • Painting Projects

  • Recessed Lights

  • Home Remodeling

  • Commercial Tear Outs

  • Landscape Lighting

  • Handyman Repairs

  • Retail Store Maintenance

  • Door Repairs

  • Redwood Fencing

  • Stucco Patching

  • Ceiling Fans

  • Garbage Disposals

  • Kitchen Faucets

  • Property Maintenance

  • Junk Debris Removal

  • Irrigation Lawn Sprinklers

This is just a short list of our more popular remodel and handyman repair services. Visit our “Services” menu to see all of the work we offer our customers!

Edward’s Enterprises hourly rates for remodel and handyman repair projects start at:

 

$99* for the first hour of each trip and $69 an hour after that (per employee, 2 hour minimum)

 
These are the hourly rates for labor we charge for smaller projects, plus materials or disposal fees. Need help with a larger Handyman Project? We can handle that too!
 
Some projects require more than 1 employee, in which case the rate per hour would be higher to allow for the more employees.

1Need a Plumber who isn’t overcharging you to make up for the job they lost money on last week?
 
We charge for all time allotted to a customer’s home improvement or office repair project, including purchasing and delivering materials from a supplier like Lowes, or offsite work like painting lumber prior to an installation, or for the time to dispose of debris. This allows us to take on smaller projects for our clients, rather than only lump sum projects with much higher minimums.
 
Thanks to our processing partner Paypal, we accept most major credit and debit cards now! Please call our office for all of the details, a small fee applies.
Thanks to our processing partner Paypal, we accept most major credit and debit cards now!
 
*First hour charge per employee depends on the work site zip code and type of service. Some exclusions apply, like billable commercial companies, or for same-day, after hours or weekend service.
 
Cities outside of our coverage map will be charged additional travel costs/minimums. We would be happy to answer any of your pricing questions, please call for details!

Keep these queries coming! Reasons to select us for your next improvement project include:

 

EE CheckCommunication: We communicate appointment scheduling, invoicing, estimates, and more by phone and email to keep our customers “in the loop”.

 

EE Check Established Company: Edward’s Enterprises has been a locally owned & operated small business since 1996.

 

EE Check Licensed: We are a licensed General & Plumbing Contractor with the Contractor’s State License Board (B/C-36 857752) since 2005. Ready to help with your next Property Maintenance work order.

 

EE Check Insured: Insured to protect our residential & commercial customers as well as our employees.

 

EE CheckSkilled Team: Our hourly service calls are handled by experienced, long term employees in the field & in the office.

 

EE CheckResponsive: Available by phone and email, our team is responsive to our customers & will communicate with you before, during, and after your project. Even repairing your Lawn Sprinkler System.

 

EE CheckClear Information: We explain our hourly rates on our website & by phone before we schedule any work so that you know what we charge.

 
Review your EE Check list to see how Edward’s Enterprises can provide you with top notch service.

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    If forms and emails are a real drag for you, PLEASE give our office a call:

    A real live person will answer! (Usually, unless every line is tied up or the Zombie apocalypse has finally happened)
     
    Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm “California Time” if you are looking for an Electrician to install a new Ceiling Fan or any other handyman service.
     
    We are available by phone after hours & on weekends for emergencies.

    “Edward’s Enterprises has done several jobs for us both small and large and all have been done with a level of expertise and professionalism that any one can appreciate. Edward personally goes that extra step to make sure everything is done correct the first time.”

    Five out of five stars

    - Eric S. | Residential Customer

    “I would highly recommend Edward’s Enterprises to everyone…”

    Five out of five stars

    - Liz L. | Camarillo Handyman Customer

    We are usually available:

     

    Office: Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm by phone to ask remodeling project and handyman repair questions & schedule appointments.

     
    Field: As for scheduling work, for our typical rates listed above we normally schedule work Monday through Friday from 7am to 4pm (holidays, meetings, kids with flus may affect availability).

    1Need a Painter to show up on time? Most projects get a 2 hour window of arrival, so expect something like 7am to 9am, or 10am to 12pm, or even 1pm to 3pm window. Let’s get that coat of Dunn-Edwards on your kitchen walls today!
     
    If you need us to come outside of those times, expect to pay a bit more, or experience different restrictions like job minimums, etc.
     
    We are available for emergency work based on a first come first serve basis and whether we have a crew available. Expect to pay more for these types of calls (we have employees and overtime is what it is).

    To see if your community is in Edward’s Enterprises’ service area, you can check a couple places:

     
    There is a helpful site menu drop down called “Cities” (I know, right?). Select that and you can see if your city is in our “service area”.

    1You can call us at 805-987-2441 and give us your “exact” coordinates & schedule a Carpenter to help install new Home Depot cabinets.
     
    If you don’t see your city in the list, but you’re close by give us a call. We may be able to service your work request for an additional travel charge and/or minimum hour charge.

    We have performed work for

    Gap, Peet’s Coffee, Nike, Barnes & Noble, TJ Maxx, Fox Racing, Ross Dress for Less, Champs, Souplantation, A.J. Wright Shoes, Marshalls, Chico’s, White House Black Market, Hallmark, Banana Republic, Chase, Old Navy, Citi Financial, Dollar Tree Stores, Walmart, Ugg, & many more locations.

    We are responsive to the handyman repair and remodeling needs of our home & office customers while creating value in every project we undertake.

     

    Edward’s Enterprises handles thousands of small projects, work orders & many larger remodels each year. Let us add you to our list of satisfied customers.

    10 of the LARGEST Construction Companies in America

    Bechtel Group Inc.—San Francisco, CA
    Fluor Corporation—Irvine, California
    Chicago Bridge & Iron Company—The Woodlands, Texas
    Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.—Houston, Texas
    Kiewit Corporation—Omaha, Nebraska
    Turner Construction—New York City, New York
    Skanska Construction—New York City, New York
    PCL Construction—Denver, Colorado
    Whiting-Turner Contracting Company—Baltimore, Maryland
    KBR (Kellogg, Brown, & Root) Inc.—Houston, Texas

    We might not be as big as these heavy hitters building bridges, dams, stadiums and skyscrapers, but we use our size as an asset, bringing a personal touch to each handyman repair and remodel we undertake. Become a satisfied Edward’s Enterprises customer today!

    What are some Handyman Skills that a typical homeowner (or renter) should know?

    Some repairs around the home can be tackled by the average DIYer, but a little know how about the workings of your home, from the Electrical system to the Plumbing to the materials used to construct your dwelling (and the year they were installed) will help you maintain, enhance and protect your investment and it’s contents. Top 3 recommendations from us:

    1. Know where the electrical shut off is, including all the breakers for the circuits of your home, and make sure they are labeled accurately. A short circuit or total power outage is not the time to figure out which breaker is the one for the toaster.

    2. Know where the plumbing shutoff is, including for each fixture (faucet, sink, dishwasher, hot water heater) and for the entire home. Sometimes an addition, or the landscape sprinklers, will have a separate shutoff. Know where that is too (and label it while your at it). Do the shutoffs look corroded? Are shut off handles rusted shut? It might be time to hire a licensed contractor like Edward’s Enterprises Contractor & Handyman 😉 to replace them.

    3. Know where the gas shut off is, including for any gas range, gas water heater, gas fireplace, or gas BBQ. You should also consider having an earthquake shut off installed, to prevent gas leaks, fires and explosions in case of a Southern California roller.

    Don’t wait for an emergency situation to review the above, get started today! It’s great to know how to find a stud to anchor a bathroom shelving unit too, businessinsider.com offers a helpful list of handyman repairs that can be learned by the typical homeowner (practice, practice, practice!).

     

    What can a handyman (in Southern California) do without being a licensed contractor?

    A handyman in California without a Contractor’s license from the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) is limited to smaller $500 projects (that includes labor PLUS materials). This is one of the reasons to hire an insured, licensed contractor like Edward’s Enterprises for all of your Honey-Do-List handyman repairs. Angie’s List has an article on the differences between handyman and licensed contractors, and some of the differences in licensing from state to state.

    When should I hire a Designer, Architect, or Remodel Contractor (and in what order?)?

    There are some simple differences between the 3, and the order depends on the project:

    1. A “simple” remodel of a bathroom, kitchen, etc. where you, the client, has a good idea of how they want the area of the home to look when they are done, doesn’t include any major structural changes, and is less than 5% of the home’s value can likely be handled by a remodel/general contractor, preferably one that does a lot of work in inhabited structures (as opposed to ground up work).

    2. A more involved remodel of a home where the client is at the blank canvas stage (I’m looking for guidance, suggestions, etc.) and needs to match the vision in their head with the end result may be a project to involve a designer at the step before involving the remodel contractor. This will allow the designer to provide guidance based on needs, aesthetics, and possibilities which can be passed along to the contractor once approved. This will result in a more accurate estimate based on actual labor/materials to execute your (and your designers) vision.

    3. A very involved remodel of a home, including redesigning the floor plan, major structural changes, major changes to the mechanical systems and more would be a project we would recommend working with an Architect first, or at least in parallel, with a designer. An architect can address the existing and proposed structure loads, stresses, and may point out ways to save money with minor adjustments to the designer’s plans. Then, once you have approved plans, a contractor can get to work transforming your dream home.

    Expertise.com has a 7 step guide to hiring a remodeler, and covers some of this in step #1.

     

    If Remodeling is too expensive, how do I stretch my dollar and still get the most out of my home improvement project?

    Homes often come with a lot of character, and many are very unique. With that in mind, if you are a new owner (or have lived in your home for too many years) you might want to bring something fresh or new to your living space even when lots and lots of disposable income is not available. While any home improvement project will cost something, there are many small projects that you can get a lot from without breaking the bank. And if you are an adventurous DIYer, you can also get creative with materials costs by free-cycling and up-cycling building materials, getting creative with reuse of landfill bound materials, and look into trading with neighbors to find just what you need, from paint, to new plants for a garden, to a new (slightly used) front door! Some of the projects that can provide the most bang for your change include:

    1. Deep clean and organize: Reevaluating your “stuff”, the space it takes up, what you really need, and where you can tuck it away neatly can expose more space in your home, bring in light, and inspire creativity.

    2. Refinish old sinks, counters and tubs/showers. There are kits out there that are probably fine for a small sink that is stained from age, but this is one of the projects that may be best left to a professional if you are doing a whole counter, tub or shower. Refinishing (or re-glazing) can really freshen up a bathroom or kitchen, and may be available in a number of colors. The chemicals, tools, and know how is worth it to hire a professional instead of doing it yourself, and it is much cheaper than a full replacement.

    3. A new “accent” backsplash can be an attractive eye catcher and conversation starter, and you can spend a little more on fancier tile as the square footage is less than a whole counter or floor typically. There are some inexpensive kits for this also.

    4. Wallpaper accent walls can create artistic murals or textured and patterned backdrops for existing furniture or living spaces. Wallpaper, when done sparingly and tastefully, doesn’t have to be as expensive or overwhelming as doing a full remodel or upgrade.

    The list of lower-cost home improvement upgrades at nealfunding.com has many other options, but a small change like a new paint color on your front door might be all the change you need right now. Well, maybe a new door knob while your at it?