Around the house, there are always dozens of jobs to be done that would be best left to a handyman. Some are too difficult for us to do ourselves, others too dangerous, while some require specific tools or expertise that only a qualified home handyman can provide.
With Service Central's job matching system, you get the handyman that's right for your job.
The easiest way to ensure your home handyman is perfect for the job is to trust Service Central to find them for you. You still choose the supplier, but we give you only the best to select from.
Service Central ensures your handyman is qualified and fully insured , and we make sure the job gets done properly.
Whether you need a handyman with experience as a carpenter, or a 24 hour handyman, our unique job matching system connects you only with people who are right for you. You can even set your own price range, and specify the date you want them to show up.
Post your job now to make sure it gets done right.
All Service Central handymen are licenced, insured and certified.
1. replace 4 windows 2. call wall under current 3m*2.5m window in order to...by Khan · Handymen: Door Repairs & Window Repairs · Noble Park, Victoria
Dismantle and removal of a shed (3mx3mx2.2m high).by Aivy · Handymen: Basic Carpentry · Lilyfield, New South Wales
Searle Street, Whyalla, older home needs some kitchen draw repairs so the...by Mark · Handymen: Basic Carpentry · Whyalla Norrie, South Australia
Remove Carpet from hallway and pathway, repair it and put tiles.by Ajay · Handymen: Basic Tiling · Point Cook, Victoria
Removal of brick planters from 1st floor apartment. There are approx 12 sqm...by Rod · Handymen: Basic Landscaping · Mosman Bay, New South Wales
Plaster ceiling above garage door opening (6m x 1m) has dropped several inchesby Anthony · Handymen: Basic Plastering · Mooroolbark, Victoria
Repair a 10 cm hole in a plaster wallby John · Handymen: Basic Plastering · Lane Cove, New South Wales
Replace fly wire to a security door and two sliding doorsby Geoff · Handymen: Fly Screens · Burwood, Victoria
Every handyman at Service Central is subject to strict quality criteria and ongoing compliance checks.
Each business must be properly registered, insured and qualified.
Our customers leave feedback about their experience, so that everyone can make an informed decision about who to hire.
Keeping your gutters in a clean and good condition is an important part of home ownership, more so if you live in a wooded area or have trees overhanging your property. The cost of gutter cleaning varies from place to place, but we’re just aiming to give you a rough guide here, so that you feel confident when you’re getting quotes from a professional.by Service Central · 1 Comment
Maybe it's the warming rays of the sun. Or the view to the outside world from a sheltered and comfortable spot. Or maybe it's a combination of all. Whatever it is, there's something about window seats that makes them so idyllic. Just looking at these cozy, sunny spots makes you want to grab a book, curl up and watch as the world passes you by. Talk about relaxing!by Brodie Norris · Leave a Comment
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The implication of scrapping mandatory energy ratings for new homes and extensions were assessed by by Ted Baillieu’s Victorian Government. See why.by Service Central · Leave a Comment
Lighting design is too often neglected in homes. But that doesn't mean you can't steal some ideas from the pros to liven things up a bit. Check out some of these beautiful lighting options, and learn how you can get the look in your home:by Brodie Norris · Leave a Comment
Service Central is always looking for quality, reliable handymen to join our national network.
Our members gain access to work across Australia with guaranteed results.
His forearms glistened with sweat as his fingers inched closer to their destination. Moving swiftly, forcefully and with precision, he twisted and turned, grunting in concentration. His breath quickened as he thrust his tool further and further into the opening until, with one final push, he emerged drenched in sweat and with a grin. “Looks like that leak’s all fixed up now then, Ms Mitchell.” Does this sound familiar? Never fear – with these handy pick-up lines, you’ll be rustling up a bit of tradie-love in no time at all.by Ingrid Schreiber · Leave a Comment
This advertisement on realestate.com.au certainly thinks so! Apparently the property has "a Plumbers yard next door and a number of developments being built in the area" making it the prime choice for a lady looking to meet a tradie!by Pauline Hill · Leave a Comment