November 10, 2012

$49 Handyman Denver


The Handybears would like to welcome Chris Schonenbach the $49 Handyman to Chris is an outstanding handyman and business man and he's licensed and insured.

The “49” in stands for $49/hour. While many Handyman Services in Denver charge anywhere between $65 and $90/hr Chris feels his work is the best in Denver.
From Simple Around-the-House-Fix-its …

• Chris's specialty is basements. I have them down to where I can get them finished quickly without sacrificing any quality. I have the prices very affordable.
Inside or Outside …
• Install storm doors
• Concrete patios
• Decks

I have been building decks for over 12 years and feel that I have mastered the quality and know how to build any deck to code and for lasting beauty and functionality.

Landscaping & Yard Work:

• Mowing
• Trimming
• Gutter Clean-out
• Sprinkler Blowouts

Service Areas include: (the Denver/Boulder Metro area
• Change out lighting fixtures, add new ones to rooms
• Change out plumbing fixtures, sinks
• Drywall patch and repair

• Change light bulbs and smoke alarm batteries… to Full-on Remodel & Repair …
Tile and laminate hardwood flooring
• Basement finishing
Call Chris anytime at 303.287.4167 in the Denver Metro Area...


  1. That's real cheap and low, much better if the quality of work is great...:)

  2. Chris does great work! Thanks for your comment...
    You have a great site! For $100.00 a year you can be listed here at and we will make your phone ring! Thanks again, call me anytime in Denver at 303.330.5585 or email me at [email protected]

  3. Hi Bob, is impressive, it looks promising. I will inform my boss to take a look and see if he can have a listing here.

  4. Thanks, we will make your phone ring!

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