We do small jobs. It’s as simple as that. We have only two conditions for taking on small jobs: 1) You are not a mean person, and 2) You pay us for our time. While small jobs do not make up a significant chunk of our annual revenue we engage in them frequently, mostly for past clients looking for reliable service on a random project. How random you ask? See Kuhl Case Study #37 which describes a small job we did in Edina. Or, Kuhl Case Study #36, which shows how far we traveled to help a client with an interesting challenge on Lake Minnetonka.
Most of the small jobs we do are less interesting. Here are some recent examples: Deck repair in Wayzata, New window installation in Edina, High lightbulb changed in Eden Prairie, Large art hung in Minneapolis home, Stucco repair in Minnetonka, Roof leak repair in Deephaven, Toilet repair in Eden Prairie, Window leak repair in Long Lake, Skylight repair in St.Paul, Siding repair in Bloomington, Chimney repair in Edina.
Keep in mind that we will never be the cheapest company in town. Frankly, those people know exactly what their work is worth. When it comes to small jobs we charge fairly for what we do. Unlike the typical handyman, our small jobs division orbits around a large, award-winning remodeling firm, giving us access to a large stable of the very best tradesmen in the Twin Cities. If your small job is not something one of our staff can handle directly we will bring in one of our talented partners to get it done right. Here is another Kuhl Case Study for an awesome stone wall we designed and built in Edina.