Before Budget Right Handyman does anything to a home, they first prove they need to be there. On the company's blog, Handyman Tim examines the most common repairs and installations individually and answers the question, "Do I need a handyman for this?" His answer helps customers understand what's truly involved in replacing a ceiling fan or retiling a shower or repainting a snake-pit. Budget Right's crew of craftsmen have the necessary experience for the most daunting indoor and outdoor services, such as installing windows and shelving systems, remodeling kitchens, and repairing a home's siding. But even if it's a job you can do yourself, Budget Right can free up hours of weekend by bundling an entire to-do list into a single session.
For nearly 20 years, EPA-certified Brookside Home Improvement, Inc. has employed qualified technicians to beautify buildings while boosting energy efficiency. The crew installs Energy Star windows, which prevent the loss of precious A/C streams and furnace heat, keeping interiors temperate and comfortable year-round without racking up high energy bills or relocating the house to California. The team also clads drafty walls in handsome vinyl, cedar, and fiber cement, and protects roofs from water damage with aluminum gutters.
Now in its third generation, Dressel’s Do It Best Hardware’s managing family decks its shelves with hardware for any project, complemented by knowledgeable service. The friendly and knowledgeable staff shepherds do-it-themselfers through a 70,000-item store inventory, plus a further 8 million parts for home electronics and lawn and garden equipment available via the store’s partnership with Partscription. Holiday items abound in the shop, including holiday-light sets ($2.49+) to festoon homes in a festive glow and a replica of Charlie Brown’s Christmas tree ($14.99) that induces festive nostalgia and shelters gifts from fake snowfall.
While other kids played with Fisher-Price toolkits, brothers Martin and Samuel Arteaga learned the construction trade firsthand from their dad, joining him on remodeling and property-maintenance jobs. From there, Samuel continued in multi-unit property management and construction, and Martin studied construction management, eventually working on jobs that ranged from expanding the CTA Brown Line to developing Roosevelt Square.
Today, the siblings continue their more than 30 years of construction work through Chicagoland Construction and Property Services. Joined together by a single tool belt, the duo dispatches on jobs to perform construction services ranging from laying tile to installing siding. They also have a special interest in green building, evidenced by their expertise in leading energy audits, designing rooftop gardens, and installing solar panels.
Rob West Plumbing can help take care of all of your plumbing needs from a water heater question or a tankless water heater, sump pump, ejector pumps, drain tile systems, or sewer leak detection. When you require the services of a Chicago Plumber, call us.