Handy Helpful Blog 2020

House covered in fresh snow Winter may not be the time of year when you typically think of starting home improvement projects. After all, it’s cold, it’s wet, and spending lots of time working outdoors and digging for tools in your garage doesn’t sound like much fun. However, if you’re planning on selling your home in spring, winter is actually [continue reading…]
Woman warming hands by wood burning heater Heating can cost you a great deal if left unchecked Although you can wear warm clothes, it is crucial to heat your house to combat the cold temperatures in winter. However, there are certain steps you can follow to make sure that your heating bill doesn’t go overboard. Tips to Help You Save on Your [continue reading…]
Long wood table on back patio under patio cover Looking to sell your home? Then you may be looking for ways to help your house stand out to potential buyers. If you are also on a tight budget, figuring out which tasks and fixes to focus on first can be confusing. If you avoid these common staging mistakes, you should be able to save [continue reading…]
Inside of old, abandoned building from top of stairs Unless you’re buying a brand new house, chances are fairly high that the house you’re interested in will need some repairs. In some cases, this can lead to a make or break situation between you and the seller, but it doesn’t have to be that way. It can help if you know how to navigate [continue reading…]
Wind turbine generator in the mountains Your favorite handyman company is embracing the eco-conscious movement and switching to 100% renewable power in order to help save on resources and time. Effective immediately, Edward’s Enterprises is making the change to sustainable, green energy. This would also mean that all the battery-powered tools we use are also using renewable resources, like solar and [continue reading…]
Bathtub faucet In today’s world, it’s easy to access DIY videos that will teach you how to do everything from building a mailbox to changing the grinder in your dishwasher. But just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. Safety is your #1 priority when it comes to home improvements and maintenance. There are a few projects [continue reading…]
Bird's eye view of apartment complex By Julian Lane While being able to design and build your dream home from the ground up is a goal for many, there are plenty of us who embrace the benefits of buying a pre-owned home. First of all, a home that’s been loved by previous owners is going to cost you less up front. [continue reading…]
Back when I was a little kid, my father would always have some kind of project going on. Usually, he was pretty good at whatever he was doing. He’d fix the car, build a shed, fell some of the hickory trees in the back yard. Most everything came out pretty professional at the end, but [continue reading…]
With winter rapidly approaching, every homeowner needs to be thinking about what should be done to protect their home during the bitter, cold months of late November and December. Whether there’s going to be snow on the ground this year or not is difficult to judge, but certainly any issues with the home maintenance should [continue reading…]
Green and red Christmas light bulbs Holiday Lighting Handyman Services for Homes & Businesses Lights hung & properly wired Outdoor decoration install & removal Moving heavy storage boxes Moving furniture Yard decoration inflatable reinforcement Retail & office holiday setup   Contact us at 805-987-2441 to discuss your holiday light hanging needs Hourly holiday decorating services are perfect for retail locations, busy [continue reading…]