Handy Helpful Blog 2024

Construction GIFs

Buster Keaton Surprised Here’s a small collection of construction-related gifs with a hard G that we put together. Don’t do pretty much anything here:
Wall Demolition In the days between August and September, Edward’s Enterprises was hired to work with a client in Camarillo on a small renovation project. Our qualified techs arrived to the site to assess a dividing wall. Our client contracted us to demo the wall, opening up space. Our techs first preformed an on-site consultation for the [continue reading…]
Dachshund in little safety vest and hard hat. While I’m positive Doxie Don meant well, he quickly found he was in over his head with these projects! Remember, if an unlicensed Handyman tells you he can do work over $500.00 (labor AND materials, even if you buy the materials) he is breaking the law and you have no protection with the Contractor’s State [continue reading…]
Clean, new faucet installed Edward’s Enterprises was requested to do a job at a client’s house in Granada Hills to replace a kitchen faucet. Our techs arrived at the customer’s house on time with materials at the ready. They were able to replace the customer’s kitchen faucet while also resetting the basket strainer. Using supplies sourced from Larry and [continue reading…]
Fence with new extension installed at the end A client in Santa Barbara called wanting an extension for their fence. During our visit, we installed the new posts, digging holes for them and filling them with concrete. We then leveled it all and installed new pre-fab panels with lattice on top, finishing the project quickly. Materials Used: Pressure-Treated Timber HF Brown Stain6 ft. [continue reading…]
Kitchen with white cabinets being remodeled, after wallpaper removed We did an on-site consultation to assess a wallpaper removal project. We came back the next week and removed all of the wallpaper in the kitchen area with the supplies we bought from Home Depot, including the Environmental Solutions Wallpaper Stripper. We also went back to remove the carpet as well, disposing of it and [continue reading…]
Top of pergola, partially pressure washed clean Our client called us with a simple issue: his patio was dirty. We came out on the last day of the month. It only took us a couple hours to pressure wash the patio, as well as some areas in the front of his house. When we were done, every area looked shiny and new: