Handyman Connection is locally owned and operated in the South King County area of Washington. We specialize in small to medium size home repairs and remodels - no job is too small. We want strive to be your on call for all of your home repair needs.
Gary Fox Plumbing and Heating's team has wizard-like control over the elements, or at least two of them: water and air. Since 1983, the plumbers have traveled to homes and businesses to fix leaky pipes, unclog drains, and ensure water heaters are operating with efficiency. If necessesary, they can even strip out old pipes and install new systems. Gary Fox's team also maintains and installs HVAC equipment, including furnaces that run on gas, electric, or dreams.
Drain Pro Plumbing, Inc is a fully licensed, bonded and insured plumbing contractor with the State of Washington and our license # is EMERGPB909ON.
Our crew of plumbers have the collective knowledge and experience that give us a unique advantage in providing professional services to the community.
As a young boy, John Blake learned the building trades from his father and great-grandfather. He quickly grew attached to the family business, though years passed before he finally accepted his calling to work full-time as a builder and fixer. Today, Blake owns Paladin Remodeling and spends his time making dream homes a reality. He and his team redesign homes inside and out, adding on decks, building new bathrooms, installing swimming pools, and transforming basements into impenetrable supervillain lairs.
Keystone Windows & Doors' entry artisans outfit homes with high-quality, name brand, and customized windows and doors. Keystone offers free estimates and consultations for all design projects and promises a lifetime warranty on all labor. Apply $600 toward any window order of 10 or more windows (total of 200 square feet or more) or a fiberglass-door system outfitted with french ($4,500) or french-rail patio doors ($4,500). A six-panel double-entry door system with new hardware, including a deadbolt ($3,500), can fortify homes, and new vinyl, fiberglass, or wood bay windows give couches a clear view of the neighbors next door ($7,500).