The Homeowner’s Helper Expands Number of Contractors in Allen County

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The service, which is free to homeowners, is approaching 50 prescreened, qualified, credible contractors in its database, according to founder Tony Messuri, a Fort Wayne resident. These contractors include plumbers, contractors, deck and fence builders, concrete workers, handymen, painters and more.

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The Homeowner’s Helper, Allen County’s leading business connecting homeowners and qualified contractors for free, continues its explosive growth while adding qualified, credible contractors to its team.

The service, which is free to homeowners, is approaching 50 prescreened, qualified, credible contractors in its database, according to founder Tony Messuri, a Fort Wayne resident. These contractors include plumbers, contractors, deck and fence builders, concrete workers, handymen, painters and more.

In an effort to handle the phenomenal growth of The Homeowner’s Helper, http://www.thehomeownershelper.com recently launched a new website.

Connecting with Homeowner's Helper can be done via computer and/or phone. Homeowners simply visit the website and click on the job request link. After filling out the form, professionals will begin to contact you to discuss the project and provide an estimate. If the homeowner does not have access to the Internet, they can call 260-676-2032 and provide the relevant information. The homeowner will receive bids and quotes directly from the contractor and Messuri will periodically check in on the project if the homeowner hires a network contractor .

The service is completely free to the homeowner. Contractors pay a small referral fee for any work secured through The Homeowner’s Helper. The network contractors see this referral-fee structure as a very cost-effective means of securing new business, according to Messuri, because it keeps their overhead costs low and allows them to more competitively bid for jobs. The homeowner directly pays the contractor any fees owed for work performed.

Client homeowners are an important part of the process of maintaining a database of credible contractors. After each job they are asked to fill out a customer satisfaction form, which helps The Homeowner’s Helper maintain a list of only the best-performing contractors.

“Homeowners will have peace of mind in knowing that our contractors will deliver quality work and stand by it,” Messuri said. “We save homeowners the time, effort and guesswork in finding the best contractor.”

More information on this free service is available at http://www.thehomeownershelper.com or by calling (260) 676-2032.

About The Homeowner’s Helper
The Homeowner’s Helper is a free referral service recently launched to assist homeowners in finding credible and competent contractors to complete various home improvement and maintenance projects in Allen County and surrounding counties. For more information, visit http://www.thehomeownershelper.com or call (260) 676-2032.

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