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Best Handyman services in Kirkland, WA

We researched 153 Kirkland Handymen to help source a professional for you. Here are the best rated and reviewed Handyman services in Kirkland.

handymen serve the Kirkland area
have been in business for 3+ years
are highly rated by multiple sources
are Certified or Pending
Certified Pros are verified to have excellent quality & service and hold all required license, bonding, and insurance according to local laws.
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Kirkland Handymen who aren't Certified but rate highly from multiple sources
Yellow Van Handyman - Dick McKinley and Zack Mckinley
22703 40th Pl W, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
Dick is a master handyman and has been performing various repairs for most of his life. Dick has been doing handyman work... Read more
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AmyWorks Inc.
3828 4th Ave S, Ste 9, Seattle, WA 98134
The AmyWorks team has more than 30 years experience in home maintenance, repair and remodeling. We also teach home... Read more
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Jacob Reid Remodel & Build
834 171st Pl NE, Bellevue, WA 98008
For any home owner, home repair and remodeling is an emotional as well as monetary investment, not to be taken lightly.... Read more
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House Calls Etc
308 E Republican St, Ste 415, Seattle, WA 98102
House Calls, etc Handyman Service is Seattle’s one stop shop for your home or office’s maintenance and repair.... Read more
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GruntWorks Home Services
2018 156th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98007
Your GruntWorks Personal Home Assistant will take your job to several of our pre-screened, certified service... Read more
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Choice Construction
3105 Judson St, Gig Harbor, WA 98335
At Choice Construction, years of experience have taught us to ask the right questions. We listen to your needs,... Read more
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Mr Handyman of Seattle
9240 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98101
Mr. Handyman of Puget Sound is an award-winning, locally-owned and operated home and business improvement service.... Read more
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Seattle Grout
13636 Bothell-Everett Hwy, Bothell, WA 98012
Seattle Grout & Tile was established in 1998 and is locally owned and operated. Our company provides grout & tile... Read more
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Wolfe Painting & Gutter
11747 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133
We are a 3rd generation, family owned and operated company focused on custom quality finishes. I am a business owner who... Read more
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Don Hurd Construction
5225 36 th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126
Don Hurd Construction has been established on 1992. We have A+ rating on BBB. We specialize in Finish interior... Read more
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Low Rate Hauling Yard Clean Up & Demolition
7200 4th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118
'Low Rate Hauling & Yard Clean Up' was started in the year 2000 by John Coleman. John is a professional contractor who... Read more
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Labor cost of handyman projects in Kirkland

Based on data from thousands of home projects
  • Paint a Room
    144 sqft
    $361 - $385
  • Remove Trash, Junk, or Debris
    $114 - $133
  • Repair Drywall or Sheetrock
    $208 - $318
  • Repair Faucet
    Loose faucet
    $83 - $109
  • Install or Replace Interior Light Fixture
    Ceiling mount
    $99 - $99

How to hire a handyman in Washington state

  1. Verify their license, bonding, and insurance at the Washington State Department’s website. Handymen in Washington State require a contractor license to operate.

  2. Find out if your job requires any permits at the Washington State site or by calling the Department of Labor & Industries hotline at 1-800-547-8367.

  3. Check online for “verified reviews” which a third party can confirm are from real customers.

What kind of work can a handyman do in Washington?

  1. A handyman with a specialty license can only take on jobs under $2,000. For jobs over $2,000 or involving multiple trades/crafts, a general contractor license is required.

  2. A handyman specialist can do residential repairs and maintenance work, such as repairing drywall, painting, basic carpentry, or mounting a tv.

  3. Usually plumbing or electrical work requires a separate license.