The Handyman Success Podcast interviews successful handyman and home improvement contractors to learn their secrets to success. From business operations, to marketing, to big wins and big losses, listeners will leave each episode with actionable tactics to implement in their own business. Learn from the success of fellow home improvement businesses! Hosted by Allen Lee, Founder of the Handyman Journey, and Jason Call, Founder of Handyman Marketing Pros.
EFynch is a handyman and homeowner community in Baltimore and Washington DC. We talk about relevant home improvement advice- little things that a homeowner can do on an ongoing basis to keep their place in order.
Stephen Capps is the Owner of TX Gates Handyman Services in Marshall, TX. Some might say it's crazy to have a monthly revenue target of $25K in your THIRD month of business... Stephen doesn't think so! In this episode Stephen shares how he's hit tremendous revenue targets in the short-while he's been in business, along with his inspiring personal s…
Brian Davis, Owner of Complete Maintenance & Home Watch Services in Bonita Springs FL, comes on to discuss his handyman business growth.저자 Jason Call & Allen Lee
Chris Olson started his handyman business in 2018. In 3 years he's grown to $1M in revenue, and is now primarily a general contractor. On this episode, Chris unpacks his story, how he hires, operations efficiency, marketing, estimating, pricing, mindset, and much more. You don't want to miss this one!…
JP Compasso, Owner of The Newtown Handyman, has seen explosive growth in his business in less than 2 years. In this episode he shares his story, how he's become the "hometown" handyman that everyone knows, how he stays organized, provides a consistent and exceptional experience to all his clients, and SO MUCH more!…
PJP Handyman in San Antonio shares his story on starting his handyman business part-time, leaving his "job" to focus on his business, the benefits of specializing in a "niche" service, how he hires employees, marketing, and so much more!저자 Jason Call, Allen Lee & Paul Pacheco
Landlords, potential landlords, homeowners, bankers, and contractors. All coming soon
Tips and tricks for the homeowner. Last minute ideas to save money and prevent damage to your home in extreme cold temperatures.
After the recent heavy rains around Baltimore, now is a good time to inspect your basement, foundation, and crawl space. Here is a snippet on why and how.
Water can enter your home’s basement because of poor drainage or downspouts. Homeowners can try this trick and might see results without breaking the bank! Https://www.efynch.com
A handyman truck: how to perform a quick self assessment and decide if you need more insulation within your attic. A way that homeowners can save time and reduce energy bills. Follow up from Baltimore snow.
Looking for a handyman via social media or neighborhood sites? This can sometimes help but is only a part of your research. Our advice to consider when working to solve that home-improvement problem via social media.
Warm weather is coming for a few days in the mid Atlantic. Use this time to do a little mid winter maintenance in order to save your home from trouble later on.
Handyman advice for Baltimore and DC Homeowners: ice, salt, & your driveway.