Fitting curtain poles and rails can be tricky, especially around bay windows. There can also be problems such as fixing poles and rails to plastic window frames and sometimes ceilings, a good handyman will be able to resolve these problems for you.
If you aren't the most adept DIYer then fixing shelving can be a problem. Not only do you have to ensure shelves are perfectly level, you also have to know the correct fixings for the particular walls such as brick or plasterboard and also the correct size to support the shelf's weight.
If you have several cars to clean or simply want a good, through cleaning job doing then paying a handyman to do this for you can be inexpensive and save you time. This may also be a good idea if you own a larger vehicle such as a van with a high roof.
Assembling flat pack furniture can be a nightmare and employing a handyman to do this for you could save you a lot of time, effort and headaches. A good handyman will be able to tackle tasks such as this with ease.
Employing a handyman to install extra plug sockets in your home or office could prove cheaper than employing an electrician. Ensure that they are qualified to undertake tasks such as this before employing them though.