Not Your Average Handyman
Plumbing | Tiling | Painting | Flooring | Drywall | Repairs | Carpentry | Doors | Assembly | Renovations | Mouldings |Installations
1359 White Oaks Boulevard Apt 901
Oakville, ON L6H 2R8
Open Mon Sun 9am - 8pm
Our handyman services cover a wide variety of skills such as painting, furniture assembly, tiling, flooring, plumbing and electrical. At Handyman Oakville, we are devoted to providing residents in Oakville, Mississauga, Milton, Brampton and surrounding areas with highly trained technicians, exceptional customer service and top-class results. We are dedicated about undertaking the best possible work on your premises, so we only take on projects where we know we can achieve and surpass the expectations of our valued customers. If we are unable to achieve this, we will refer you to someone we know and trust who can complete excellent work at a reasonable price.
Contact Handyman Oakville for a free written guaranteed estimate for all your home and business needs. We will offer you detailed estimates that clearly describe the price of your project. Handyman Oakville also offer free site inspections to view the project and gather details for your report.
We know that your time is valuable, so we firmly stick to your time guidelines by arriving on time. All our handymen have an average of 15 years’ experience in the industry and are fully capable of doing what you want and how you want and done right at the first time
We make sure to clean up any mess when we are done, and the professionalism of our services is guaranteed. Our technicians are honest and reliable as they are background-checked. We also provide services for emergencies. Our handymen are equipped with the best tools, so your work is completed hassle-free. They are also clean and smartly dressed to ensure good work ethics. These rules ensure that your time is not wasted while the technician runs back and forth getting for parts and tools. It does not matter how small or big a job is, because we make sure that we satisfy our clients to form a long-term customer relationship. From repairing something as small as a sink to big residential and commercial projects you can rely on Handyman Oakville to take care of you and your premises.
We are recognised for our professional services that are priced fairly and competitively to the industry even compared to contractors. Our customers are provided with complete details of our pricing, so there will be no confusion about pricing. We provide annual care packages for households as well as commercial customers. This gives you great value for money as the packages include free monthly care and repair appointments. You can also benefit from select discounts on new projects. Contact us for further details.
Handyman Oakville offers all-in-one services for all your construction and maintenance as well as repair requirements. There is no need to worry about the transportation and purchasing of parts as we will arrange those for you. We offer our customers with a 48-hour maintenance guarantee after the job has been completed, in case the customer is not satisfied. We also provide a follow-up call to our customers to take their feedback confirming complete peace of mind.
The next time you need a repair service or property maintenance, make a request with us. You can be confident that you would be getting the best pricing, quality and satisfaction.
1)Do you provide free estimates?
Contact Handyman Oakville for a free written guaranteed estimate for all your home and business needs. We will offer you detailed estimates that clearly describe the price of your project. We also offer free site inspections to view the project and gather details for your report.
2) Will I need to purchase the materials on my own?
It is not necessary, but you can if you want. We have access to local hardware stores and home improvement centres. There is no need to worry about the transportation and purchasing of parts as we will arrange those for you.
3) How do I pay for services?
You can pay by etransfer, cash, check, debit card or by a credit card.
4) Do you work weekends and evenings?
When you book your appointment with us, we will make every effort to accommodate your schedule. We know that your time is valuable, so we firmly stick to your time guidelines by arriving on time.
5) Can I choose the material colours and manufacturers?
We leave the choices to you. You pick the paint colours or the material colour. You can even choose the manufacturer if you want or you can also leave the selection of the manufacturer to us. We only use high quality parts from the best manufacturers.
6) Will I be able to trust the handyman in my home or office?
We appreciate and understand that trust is a key issue when you have a stranger coming into your home or office, so we make certain all of our technicians are prompt, clean, and professional at all times. Our technicians are honest and reliable as they are background-checked. Our handymen are equipped with the best tools, so your work is completed hassle-free. They are also clean and smartly dressed to ensure good work ethics. These rules ensure that your time is not wasted while the technician runs back and forth getting for parts and tools
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Are you looking for the perfect flooring for your home or for your own investment property? Some of them are glue down, some of them are floating, some of them click together, some of them are DIY friendly, some of them are not, they also come in different price points. So, some of them are going to be a lot more expensive, depending on maybe the rarity of the wood, or depending on the type of brand that you are choosing. I am just trying to give you some general guidelines, quick overview of all the different types of flooring ideas and explain what the general advantages and disadvantages. First is solid hardwood. It is just a piece of wood that has been nailed down right into your flooring. Okay, so what are the different advantages of hardwood? Well, first, I think there is just a warmth that comes from real natural wood. If you have been into real hardwood before, you know what I am talking about, it just really feels like it is kind of got that just that warm energy, and you just know that it is natural wood. You can sand down the surface several times. So that does give you a lot of advantages over the long term. So, it is classic, and it is going to last you for decades. Another great advantage of real hardwood is resale value. So, people tend to really prize real hardwood, and it does elevate the space. So, if you are looking to sell it in a few years, you will probably get top dollar for your hardwood, it is not going to be a knock against it, because people will assume that they are not going to have to replace it, they're going to assume it's going to be around for decades. Something to keep in mind to some of the disadvantages of hardwood. First of all, it's very expensive because this is real wood and it's not a manufactured product, it is going to be a little bit on the pricier side, it is kind of quite expensive. Other disadvantages, it does dent and dang and scratch very easy because this is solid on wood and what is a soft material. If you drop something on it, it is going to chip it is but you can buff those out. But that is just something to be mindful of, you are not going to buff it out, you know, every year it will ding and scratch with moving furniture or with pets, kids or whatever. And of course, tied into that in terms of the durability is that it is also subject to water damage. So, if you have a leaking dishwasher or your washer breaks or something like that, that's something to be mindful of because it is real wood. Another disadvantage to hardwood is that it is not ideal for humid environments. That is because it starts to cup, known as cupping. Basically, all the cupping is that as the wood center expand and contract depending on the season and then humidity level or whatever. So, it is not really recommended for humid environments, and kind of tied into that point is that it really only comes in these sorts of planks. The trend has moved towards larger planks, especially in open concepts which are a lot more popular now. As well as like large rooms, the trend is moving towards having wide planks. So, getting into the 678 inches and because of the cupping and all the stuff I just mentioned, these do not actually really come in those sizes, which it is not a deal breaker for you. So, they usually just come in these sorts of smaller planks. So, if you are looking for something bigger, you are out of luck with hardwood.
Let us talk about engineered hardwood. First, the advantage that I mentioned in hardwood still applies here, its real wood, what it is basically is you have got kind of this plywood material underneath but then you have got this layer here of real wood. So, this is a real wood product and you kind of get the advantages of having that warm wood feel in your space. You are going to get all those different knots that texture in an engineered hardwood that you are not going to get in a manufactured product. you are going to be able to keep that texture and can usually just sand down a couple of times because you do have that veneer that sits on top. The other advantage with engineered hardwood is that it is perfectly fine for human environments. It also comes in a variety of sizes like seven-inch planks.
A couple of disadvantages to engineered hardwood is it is quite expensive but not as expensive as real hardware. This depends on the variety but generally it is still a very expensive product. It has got that real wood layer on top and has some of the disadvantages that we talked about in hardware, just be mindful that you will get little dings and scratches along the way.
The next type of flooring idea is luxury vinyl plank and is just getting more and more popular. The luxury plank part seems like a marketing gimmick, but it is vinyl. People think vinyl and they think cheap. They call it luxury vinyl plank to sort of jazz it up a little bit but it is luxury vinyl plank but basically, it's just this manufacturing material on the bottom here, it's got a protective layer, and it's got a layer of vinyl. The advantage is that it is generally going to be more affordable than the engineered hardwood or the hardwood options. So, this is probably the cheapest flooring option and durability. It is scratch resistant and waterproof nut you want to check with a specific brand that you are getting. A huge advantage for you is if you maybe have small children or if you have lots of pets, there is going to be little accidents in the house. Luxury vinyl plank is a more durable product than the wood flooring ideas that we just talked about. Some people just really want to know that they have real wood in their space and that is why they are going to go with engineered hardwood. And if that's going to bug you, then I'm sorry, but this will never actually be real, but you can, it can look like it, they can get better at better at printing it, but it is going to be different. So arguably that kind of lacks the warmth that is going to come from a real wood product. Another potential disadvantage is going to be off gassing and just basically means that there is concern that manufacturing products like this can emit gases after they have been installed which are arguably maybe not healthy for you and your family.
Finally, we have laminate and basically this manufacturing kind of wood product and you have a print on top. The big difference here is that the big advantage when comparing to luxury vinyl plank is that it is usually a lot cheaper. The prints are getting better, they are becoming higher quality and have some texture to it. The biggest disadvantage here is that it is not waterproof. A lot of the disadvantages of vinyl still apply in terms of resale but the biggest one is waterproofing and that is just something to really be mindful of.
Some engineered hardwood is awesome for people that are living in the space that they are going to be renovating. So, this is probably not the first choice I would personally put in a rental because you value the warmth and the sort of varying textures that come from engineered wood, you are really looking to put a real wood product in your home. If you are going to be living there and you are concerned about off gassing, engineered hardwood is a great option. If you are living in a humid environment or in places where you just do not want to take the risk with real hardware.
I think luxury vinyl plank is great for people that are doing a rental, you want to float on the place for a long time. You do not want to keep changing out the flooring every few years, you want to treat it as an investment, but you want it to be going to last for a long time. So, you are looking for a durable product, luxury vinyl plank is great. Finally, we have laminate and laminate is great for people that want the look of wood and do not really care about it being actual wood, but they just want that look and feel and they are really looking for that cost effective option. They are really looking for that lower price point but be careful about water damage, you are taking a little bit of a risk there. But assuming you are okay with that that makes a lot of sense. Think about the advantages and disadvantages when you choose your next flooring ideas.