Orlando, Fl (PRWEB) January 07, 2014
Handyman.net, a website that is a top source for handyman and home improvement contractors, has just launched its new and easy-to-navigate website. In addition to helping homeowners find a local contractor who can help them on their projects, the website also features a wide range of educational articles on a variety of DIY topics.
The site, which is operated by All iSolutions, Inc., has one key mission: to help local handymen and contractors connect with and keep new clients. The founders of Handyman.net hope to use their success to help find ways to help local industry experts keep and retain their customers.
In addition, Handyman.net is striving to provide consumers with the best possible quality contractor directory, which will help them make educated and intelligent choices about who to hire for their home improvement needs. Users of the website will be able to leave ratings and reviews for each business in the directory, and those that visit the website can use that information to make better and more informed decisions.
“Our goal is to not just build another business directory, but to help facilitate business between consumers and contractors,” an article on the new website noted.
“For consumers, the largest challenge they face is finding a contractor they can trust and rely on. Our goal is to help consumers do that, through the help of their peers.”
Using the new Handyman.net website is easy; for example, those who want to hire a contractor can click on the green “Search” tab at the top of the site to find a handyman in their area. Selecting the blue “How-To” tab will take readers to the section of the site filled with resources for DIY projects, and the orange “Advice” tab will help visitors to the site get expert answers to their home improvement-related questions.
The DIY articles cover a wide gamut of topics; recent posts include an in-depth comparison of gas versus electric stoves; how to select the best type of grass for a yard, and tips on how to lower an air conditioning bill. Visitors to the site are also welcome to share their project ideas and experiences with other readers.
Handyman.net is the leading source for Home Improvement and Handyman contractors for individuals looking to find a contractor. In addition, the site also has information and resources that allows do-it-yourselfers to complete their personal home improvement projects. Handyman.net provides resources such as how-to articles written by industry experts, and it features an expert advice section where anyone can ask a question, and top experts will leave their advice. For more information, please visit http://www.handyman.net/.