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HH Surfacing

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Four Seasons Garden Services Swansea Ltd provide services to commercial and domestic customers and councils throughout Swa...
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B-Sure Installations

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MLS KITCHENS

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MLS Kitchens was founded in 2001 and provides kitchens in the Greater Manchester and Yorkshire areas to Trade and Retail c...
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15 Jun

Conservatory | Repair

Belper - DE56

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new lead flashing on conservatory roof

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12 Apr

Conservatory | Repair

Belper - DE56

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My in laws have a conservatory roof which seems to be leaking in a couple of places on the seal. I was wondering if you may be able to have a look and give a quote please. Their number is *** and its ...

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03 Feb

Cleaning | Gutters

Belper - DE56

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clean gutters of all debris are you the property owner: relative of owner property type: semi detached how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 rooms what are you looking to have cleaned: gutters please ca...

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16 Jan

Cleaning | Gutters

Belper - DE56

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Clearing guttering and seal joints

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09 Jan

Painter | Interior

Belper - DE56

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customer in the belper area made an enquiry a couple of projects including painting & decorating.call anytime and arrange an appointment to discuss. below is some details about this project: are you t...

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31 Jul

Cleaning | Gutters

Belper - DE56

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cleaning and realignment of front gutter are you the property owner: owner of the property how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 rooms property type: semi detached what material are you looking for: upv...

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19 Jul

Cleaning | Gutters

Belper - DE56

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Customer visited the myguttering.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: Detached, Property owner: Relative of owner, Work description: Iron gutters may just need cleaning or may need to...

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24 Jun

Waste | Rubbish Removal

Belper - DE56

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18 Jan

Conservatory | Repair

Belper - DE56

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I have a slight leak right in the centre of my conservatory roof. It’s only when it rains heavily but we can’t see where it’s coming from it’s right in the centre where the...

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15 Jan

Cleaning | Gutters

Belper - DE56

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repair / replace guttering on house above a carport. the guttering is leaking on to the carport at a join. also, discuss fitting a vent tile to address condensation in the loft space. are you the pro...

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18 Dec

Cleaning | Gutters

Belper - DE56

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customer visited the myguttering.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. property type: other, property owner: tenant (with permission), work description: cleaning and quote for covers are you the prope...

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06 Aug

Waste | Rubbish Removal

Belper - DE56

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house & domestic garage clearance including kitchen cupboards, garden fertilisers, paints, chairs, etc time scale: immediate please call to appoint

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13 Jul

Cleaning | Gutters

Belper - DE56

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Customer visited the myguttering.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: Terrace, Property owner: Owner, Work description: cleaning out

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01 Jul

Conservatory | Repair

Belper - DE56

Enquiry from: John S

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part of existing plastic facia has come away from the timber under-eaves board leaving guttering suspended in mid air. are you the property owner: owner of the property are you looking for a repair o...

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29 Jun

Conservatory | Repair

Belper - DE56

Enquiry from: Michael G

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large double glazed roof panel has delaminated and requires replacing. are you the property owner: owner of the property please call to appoint

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16 Jun

Waste | Rubbish Removal

Belper - DE56

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6 cu/yd sk*** *** july time scale: less than one month please call to appoint

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22 May

Waste | Rubbish Removal

Belper - DE56

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waste skip (large) soil rubble some tree and plant material time scale: immediate please call to appoint

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06 Apr

Cleaning | Gutters

Belper - DE56

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Customer visited the myguttering.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: Detached, Property owner: Owner, Work description: All gutters cleaned plus small conservatory roof & gutters Are y...

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05 Apr

Waste | Rubbish Removal

Belper - DE56

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Price please for a 3 mt skip Thank you Time scale: Immediate Please call to appoint

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25 Mar

Cleaning | Gutters

Belper - DE56

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How much do Handyman services cost?

How much do Handymans in Belper charge?
Prices for Handymans around Belper can be very different relying on the kind of work that you want to have actually done in your residence. It's the inquiry we get asked a lot "how much do Handymans in Belper charge?". It's often great to have an idea of how much a Handyman will likely charge for their services. Prices will likely fluctuate based on the products as well as the tradesperson selected. The list reveals the kinds of task that Handymans generally do and also the average cost variety of these jobs. Some tasks take longer to finish than others so costs do fluctuate by job.

Tasks that Handymans in Belper can do:

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The average price
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£846

Handyman job Handyman cost in 2022
Painting and decorating in Belper £600-£920
Replacement Kitchen doors in Belper £563-£3,000
Bedroom fitting in Belper £1,500-£2,300
Conservatory repairs in Belper £1,125-£1,725
Driveway cleaning in Belper £225-£345
Gutter cleaning in Belper £62-£122
Conservatory cleaning in Belper £225-£345
Demolition in Belper £2,440-£3,660
Garden shed in Belper £450-£690
Rubbish clearing & removal in Belper £188-£288
Aluminium repair in Belper £240-£360
Window repair in Belper £268-£402
Wooden window repair in Belper £320-£480
Graffiti removal in Belper £208-£312
Roof cleaning in Belper £670-£1,024
Driveway repair in Belper £1,520-£2,280

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Handyman FAQs

Why hire a handyman?

There are a bunch of things a handyman can do around the house, so if you’re looking for a reason to hire one, you’d definitely find plenty. First and foremost, a handyman is basically a well versed, skilled and experienced professional who possesses the ability to carry out a plethora of tasks as well as repairs. While not all local authorities require handymen to have a license or carry an insurance policy, some handymen do have insurance. Generally, their rates vary based on their experience as well as specialities.

Handymen are able to handle a multitude of potential jobs in and around the house. These ranges from small tasks, installations, assembly, indoor or outdoor building or repair jobs. They are available to help out with a wide array of odd jobs around the home at a very reasonable price. So, what are some of the jobs a handyman can do in a home? Let’s take a look!

  • Odd jobs. This encapsulates any small job you’d want done around the house. It could be a repair, installation or maintenance task.
  • Gutter cleaning and repair. The idea of cleaning a gutter may seem hassle free, but there can be a couple of difficulties which includes the use of ladders and the risk of falling. When you hire a handyman to do this task, he does not only clean but also check for any damage or repair needs and much more.
  • Painting. If you’re not able to handle some of your painting projects or perhaps you’re just not confident of how its going to turn out, it may be in your best interest to reach out to a skilled handyman.
  • General carpentry and home repairs, these includes shelving, cabinets, bookcases, baseboards, framing, doors, countertops, moulding and more.
Which type of paint should I use?

There are lots of paints that are suitable for different areas of your property. In general, gloss and eggshell paints should be used in high traffic areas, whereas matte paints are suitable for lower traffic areas. Professional painters and decorators can give you advice on the most suitable types of paints.

How long should I wait after plastering to paint my walls?

You should always wait until plaster is dry before painting. The time this will take varies depending on the room and property, but in general, it will take about a week. Your plasterer will tell you how long it is best to leave it before covering or painting their work.

How to clean a concrete driveway with bleach?

If your concrete driveway’s looking grubby, it’s best to try cleaning it with water and a brush, or a mild detergent. However, if this doesn’t work, it can be worth trying bleach.

Dilute your bleach down to 50% bleach and 50% water, and apply it to your driveway. Leave it for 10 minutes, then scrub it using gloves and a stiff brush. Finish by rinsing your driveway off with clean water.

It’s important to remember that bleach can stain certain surfaces and kill plants. So, if you’re concerned about materials and boarders around your driveway, it might be best to use a different type of detergent, like floor cleaner or degreaser.

How much are Kitchen Doors?

a typical rate would be around ₤ 300 for suitable kitchen doors just from a local company, or up to ₤ 1200 from a large National supplier.

What is Graffiti prevention

Unwanted graffiti by a random artist on your property, be it residential or commercial, can be extremely frustration to say the least. Not only does it encourage further acts of vandalism and reduces the value of your property, but it can also deter your visitors or customers. The list goes on and on, however, one thing you should know is removing graffiti can be a tedious and time-consuming task. And that’s exactly where graffiti prevention comes in! By taking preventative measures, you can avoid having to incur the expenses or pass through the stress that comes with graffiti removal. So, what are the preventative actions you can utilize to deter such vandals? Well, there are a number of measures that can be incorporated, these includes maintenance, fencing, paint colour, protective coatings, vegetation, security, lighting as well as report.

  • Maintenance involves keeping your property clean and tidy to pass the message across that you take good care of your property and any act of vandalism wouldn’t be tolerated.
  • Fencing your property with a metal cyclone or natural materials such as bamboo or bush reed or bar fencing which doesn’t offer the flat continuous surface which graffiti vandals prefer. Textured surfaces are also tricky to spray paint.
  • Paint colour. The use of dark colours to paint your walls and fences will discourage vandals as graffiti is less noticeable on dark coloured surfaces. Hence, denying the vandals the recognition they desire.
  • Protective coating. This is the perfect solution for areas that are repeatedly vandalized. Make use of graffiti resistant materials or protective coatings which allows the graffiti to be removed with relative ease.
  • Vegetation.  You can consider utilizing trellis on blank walls and fences to create an uneven surface which graffiti vandals do not like.
Do I need planning permission for a shed?
Generally, you don’t need planning permission for a shed if you live in England or Wales. This applies whether it’s a wooden, metal, plastic or brick shed. However, there are a few conditions your shed will have to meet to not require planning permission:
  • The shed doesn’t cover more than 50% of the garden
  • It’s not in front of your house
  • The shed is single-storey with eaves no higher than 2.5m and the overall height is no taller than 4m for a dual-pitched roof, or 3m for any other type. If it’s located within 2 metres of your property’s boundary, it mustn't be more than 2.5m high
  • There’s no veranda or balcony
  • The floor area is no bigger than 15m2 - up to 30m2 may be covered under Permitted Development if other conditions are met
  • The shed is for domestic use only by those who live in the property and there’s no sleeping accommodation – that means you can’t run a business from the shed unless you apply for planning permission
Exceptions Of course, there are always exceptions:
  • If you live in a listed building, you’ll need Listed Building Consent before you can build a shed in your garden
  • If you live in a conservation area or similar, the maximum area of ground covered by outbuildings, pools and enclosures situated more than 20m from any wall of the house mustn’t exceed 10m2 if they’re to be considered as a permitted development
  • If you own a piece of woodland, you must seek planning permission for any permanent structure
  • In Scotland, you’ll need planning permission if any part of the shed comes within 1m of a neighbouring property or is more than 2.5m high
  • In Northern Ireland, there are rules about how close your shed can be from a road that passes by the back of your house. It’s best to check for clarification
So if you live in a straightforward house in England or Wales, you shouldn’t need planning permission for your shed. If you’re in any doubt, make sure you check with your local planning office.
How to make a shed door?
There are a few ways to make a shed door and each has their benefits, but we’re going to go through a quick guide on how to make a ledged and braced shed door, which is a good option to stop the door from dropping over time. Tools and equipment required
  • Tongue and groove timber boards
  • Boards for the ledges and braces, at least 20mm thick
  • Nails
  • Hammer
  • Saws, including a circular saw
  • Chisel
  • Mallet
How to make your shed door
  1. Cut your boards to size If you can’t buy boards at the right height and width for your door, cut the boards to length using a circular saw. Don’t forget to sand and treat any cut ends with timber preservative. Lay out the boards in the best arrangement for your shed door, with the inside of the door facing up.
  2. Arrange the ledges and braces On most shed doors, you’ll probably need 3 boards across the back of the door to form the ledges. The ledges keep the door straight and keep the boards of the door together. The braces are the parts of the door that slope down to form a ‘Z’ shape between the ledges. Ensure that the braces are sloped up from the bottom and middle hinge to stop the door from sagging as the timber expands and contracts in the weather. Once you’re happy with the arrangement, mark the spots on the boards where they will meet and cut out of the housings using a chisel and mallet.
  3. Put the door together Use clamps to pull the boards together and hold the ledges and braces in place. Nail from the front of the door through the boards and ledges to fix them. Secure the ledges and braces with screws; you may want to pre-drill and countersink holes to prevent the wood from splitting. Remember to treat them with preservative if you do.
  4. Fix the shed door hinges Make sure you measure carefully before attaching the hinges, ensuring you know where the pin sits in relation to where the door opens.
  5. Treat the door and add locks and handles Apply some wood oil, like linseed or teak oil, to help prevent water damage. Then add locks or handles to your shed to help keep it secure.
  6. If you’d rather leave it to the professionals, there are plenty of specialists that will be able to make a shed door for you, or even put up an entire shed.

Handyman help and advice

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