We at Surrey No1 Handyman believe that from the first handshake with our client it is our duty and above all responsibility to deliver a excellent service.
Our business is built on honesty, effective approach and communication. Our skilled handymen are ready to assist you with any outdoor and indoor jobs including fencing, decking, carpentry, roofing, flatpack assembly, plumbing, electrical and general handyman services. Our team will be on time and guide you through the whole process.
Although we are a relatively small team, we have proved that we are able to meet and exceed the expectations of our customers in terms of business practices and quality of service offered.
We're proud to have a 9.9 out of 10 reputation score on Checkatrade, based on over 75 positive reviews by satisfied customers.
We provide handyman services throughout the whole of Surrey, including Ascot, Bookham, Caterham, Cobham, Dorking, East Grinstead, Epsom, Esher, Guildford, Horley, Leatherhead, Oxshott, Reigate, Richmond, Staines, Twickhemham, Virginia water, Walton on Thames, West Byfleet, Weybridge and Woking.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Do You Charge For Your Service?
We have a fee of £30 per one hour of work. We might have additional costs for materials but we will make sure we discuss this prior to working on the project.
Do You Offer Call-Outs / Do you charge for Call-Outs?
Yes, we do call-outs and No, we do not charge anything for that.
What About Estimates? Can I Get One From You?
We do provide free estimates over the phone for each of our prospects. Also, you can manage to be contacted by one of our experts directly for a quoted estimation delivered to you in a written format.
What Is the Profile Of Your ‘Regular’ Worker?
At Surrey No1 Handyman we manage to have a competitive in-built selection process for our personnel. We make sure that our handymen are ‘clean’ in terms of legal records and actually have the skills to deliver quality work and a friendly customer service.
Agnes Midsleeper Bed This bed came in 3 cardboard boxes which was unpacked and assembled in bedroom of property. A cordless drill and allen keys were used for the assembly.
This is a new closeboard fence installed in Orpington. Old 6ft lapped fence was taken out and skipped so new fence could be installed. New morticed fence post was installed and concreted in a 2 ft deep hole. Then ended arris rails were installed to post as fence erecting began. 6×1 treated timber gravel boards…
This is a Ikea chest of drawers. Removed flatpack from packaging and assembled unit first. Drawers were then assembled and fitted. A cordless drill was used to carry out work. Packaging was removed and skipped.
This is a new Closeboard Fence that was supplied and erected in Woking. The old fence was taken out and carried to a skip at front of property. There was concrete posts from old fence from which a heavy breaker was used to help in getting them out of the ground. Then installation of new fence could begin…
This is a fence replacement in Redhill. Holes dug out 600mm deep then Brown Treated 4 inch posts installed and concreted into position. New Treated 6ft lapped panels installed. This fence was on sloping ground so panels were stepped.
This is a small deck in which Thermowood Decking was the clients choice. This decking board is a Scandinavian softwood which has a 15 year guarantee. A timber structure was build in this area from 5×2 treated timber at 380mm centres. Structural screws were used to fix timbers and joists together. 4×4 treated posts were concreted…
This was a fence replacement as old fence had blown down and was rotten. Removed old fence and skipped. Dug out old concrete in existing holes so new concrete slotted fencing posts could be installed with post fix fastest concrete. New lapped fence panels were then slotted in to position.
This is a Ikea Corner Wardrobe. The flatpack came in boxes as the client had it delivered to property by Ikea. As room was tight for space some of the boxes was removed to create space so assembly could start. A cordless drill was used for the work of building this wardrobe and storage units inside…
This was a fence repair in Cobham. The 4×4 post of the fence which supports the fence panels had broken from the ground surface and as a result the fence was leaning over. I dug down 600mm hole and installed a 1200mm concrete spur. Then I screwed the concrete spur to the fence post with M10 150mm coach screws…