Acorn Maintenance Repair can build it or repair it. Whether you need a remodel, deck repair, siding, paint a room, bathroom upgrade, or odds and ends repaired in your home, we can get it done at a cheaper rate than most handyman companies. Also, our quality craftsmanship and attention to detail are above the rest. We are experts in all of your home handyman repairs. We are your Anchorage Handyman.
If you’re in need of an Anchorage, Eagle River, or Wasilla Handymancall us today to receive a free estimate. We are ready to help you improve your space.
Our Anchorage Handyman Services Include:
Install or adjust closet door
Replace sinks and faucets
Replace light fixtures
and much more
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5 Handyman Tips
1) No one can do it all
Not one person can do it all. For instance, if you need something fixed with plumbing, pipes, or clogs, you should call a plumber. If you need drywall repaired, a door hung, or a stairs built, you should call a carpenter. Any repairs with electrical, lighting, or outlets, you should call an electrician.
When contractors build homes, they don’t have one person build the whole house. Different contractors specialized in specific areas in the build. The same applies to home repairs. Save yourself the risk.
2) Solid Ex-cord Connection
Tie you ex-cord in a knot at the connection, this way you can drag your cord all around the job site with no worries it will come disconnected.
3) Cell phone shield
When painting a room, stick your cell phone in a zip-top bag. It’s a good way to keep it clean and dry while still being able to operate it. No more scraping paint off of your phone with your fingernail.
4) File your sand paper
Are you sick of digging through drawers of sandpaper searching for that specific grit, I’ve stumbled across this great handy sandpaper organizer using a plastic file box. While each hanging file contains a certain grit, the tabs make it easy to keep each sheet organized. This made taking sandpaper on the go a breeze.
5) Tape Taring Tip
Here is a simple way to tear your masking tape and have a starting edge every time. Simply fold the tape under at a 90-degree angle to the roll and press flat with thumb. Now, with a snapping motion, pull the tape against the edge of the roll and tear. The tape tears, leaving a triangle starting tab. This only works with no-plastic masking tape.