Allen County Business The Homeowner’s Helper Grows as Home Improvement Is on the Rise

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The Homeowner’s Helper has a network of nearly 50 contractors available for most any home project, large or small. Since last April, The Homeowner’s Helper has served nearly 125 homeowners.

John Renner of Renner Property Improvements in Fort Wayne is in The Homeowner's Helper network of pre-screened, pre-qualified contractors.

This was the most stress-free home project that I can remember having done. I think that The Homeowner’s Helper is genius. It saved us much time and stress as we are new to the area.

The latest news indicates that homeowners will be investing more in home improvements than they have in recent years. The mild winter has people thinking about spring home improvement projects already.

For those who can’t completely commit to “DIY” home projects, selecting a contractor for any kind of home improvement work can be daunting. Licenses and insurance must be checked. References have to be called. Quotes need to be obtained. It is a time-consuming task.

A growing Allen County-based business, The Homeowner's Helper, takes the pain out of selecting contractors, including painters, landscapers, handymen, plumbers, concrete workers, deck and fence builders, patio installers, tree removal professionals and trimmers, electrical experts and more.

The Homeowner’s Helper has a network of nearly 50 contractors available for most any home project, large or small. Since last April, The Homeowner’s Helper has served nearly 125 homeowners.

Founder Tony Messuri, a Fort Wayne resident since 1985, started the business last spring, fulfilling his dream of running a service business following his retirement from the accounting profession.

The service is completely free to the homeowner. Contractors pay a small referral fee for any work secured through The Homeowner’s Helper.

Homeowners have the peace of mind that comes with knowing their choices of contractors are prequalified before being allowed in The Homeowner’s Helper network. Each contractor goes through a rigorous face-to-face interview and is checked for licenses, certifications and insurance. Customer references are also called and the contractor’s status with the Better Business Bureau and the Indiana Attorney General is also verified to be in good standing.

Fort Wayne homeowners Theresa and Ed Mild used The Homeowner’s Helper to find a contractor to add a room onto their house.

“This was the most stress-free home project that I can remember having done,” said Ed Mild. “I think that The Homeowner’s Helper is genius. It saved us much time and stress as we are new to the area. We did not have to research the unfamiliar building trades to find the help that we needed.”

The Homeowner’s Helper had a booth at the recent Fort Wayne Home and Garden Show, and Messuri will be a featured presenter at the Home Improvement Expo May 11-12, where he will lead seminars on “Tips & Tricks in Selecting a Contractor for Your Home Projects.”

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. For more information, visit http://www.thehomeownershelper.com or call (260) 676-2032.

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