There is a handyman near to you as well. I have a handyman near me in mckinney, tx and by now, you should have one in your city too. Unless of course you happen to be living out in the back of beyond. And if that be the case, then you are probably a pretty nifty handyman yourself. There is surely just no way you would really be able to survive out there. But as for us mere mortals, well, we need to get on with our lives.
And as per usual, from time to time, we do need our handymen. So, if you ever get lonely out there, you’ll know what to do. Cities and towns across the country could do with more of you. And the proof is in the pudding as they say. The number of handyman franchised networks will continue to grow. Unless of course something dramatic should happen. The country’s economy would tank? Worse still, global warming and climate change goes well beyond its suggested tipping points?
But for now, these are just probabilities. There is still time to change. Handymen out there should be able to adapt. They are of course adaptable tradesmen by now, qualified or not. Qualified only in the sense of those complex trades that would need such qualifications. Such as electrical repair and maintenance work. And addressing the myriad of plumbing issues that keep on cropping up every time a bad winter gets to have its say.
Neo-sustainable working methods anyone? Well, it should work in everyone’s favor in the sense that the cost of materials should be cheaper. Service delivery prices could come down. Or what do you think? Do you think that is achievable?