My handyman skills have been developed since childhood from a farming background where my family operated a grazing/cropping enterprise at North East Victoria. This is where I developed a passion for “fixing things”. During that time I gained many handyman skills including fencing, operating power tools, welding, vermin/weed control, carpentry skills and general maintenance of plant and equipment.
My practical experience has been complemented with formal trade and university qualifications. This includes a TAFE trade certificate (Construction) and a University degree in Business Studies (Economics) I am also fully insured and have completed OH &S induction training for the construction industry.
I escaped the corporate world many years ago and worked for a number of years in the education sector. I now really appreciate the freedom and independence of running my own business. My wife actually suggested a handyman career knowing I could exercise my practical skills and provide scope for plenty of work variety. Everyday is different with new customers to meet, an office view that can change every day, with challenges that test my brain, hands and tools. Creating a tangible service that really helps people is a very rewarding experience.