Handyman Connection Launches New Location In Georgia
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The leading home repair company provides renovation and restoration services to Buford and the surrounding communities
May 05, 2021 // Franchising.com // BUFORD, Georgia – Handyman Connection, a repair company that has been in operation for more than 25 years, announced today that it has opened its newest franchise in Buford, Georgia. Handyman Connection of Buford provides renovation and restoration services throughout Buford, Gainesville, and the surrounding communities of Braselton, Flowery Branch, Lake Lanier, Oakwood, and Sugar Hill. The new location is owned and operated by local entrepreneur Pat Schleisman.
Pat’s 36-year career began in engineering and then switched to construction management and the wood industry. He and his nearly 40-year-old wife recently moved to Georgia to be closer to the family after spending five years in Oregon. Previously, they were longtime residents of Johns Creek. Pat counts home improvement among his favorite hobbies and is happy to combine this interest with his background in sales and management in order to build a successful business himself.
“Many homeowners in this area want to update their homes seasonally, and we’re seeing plenty of decking and painting projects this spring,” said Pat. “We look forward to helping our neighbors and the community make the investments they’re making in freshen up, renovate and maintain their houses over the years. “
Handyman Connection is ranked the # 1 crafting company by Qualified Remodeler and operates more than 60 locations in 25 states and Canada. For more than 25 years, the brand has provided homeowners across North America with a comprehensive resource for professional craftsmanship and exemplary customer service. Handyman Connection offers a variety of services ranging from traditional home repairs to painting, remodeling, and more.
Handyman Connection is taking the necessary precautions to ensure that the health and safety of customers remains a top priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. These include good hygiene, social distancing from home craftsmen, and providing remote appraisals.
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