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Affordable Spring Handyman Package Specials

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Spring has finally sprung and it’s the perfect time to repair, refresh and remodel with Don of All Trades Professional  Home Maintenance Services.  Choose any one of our affordable  Handyman Packages that fits your  needs and budget.

 

Have a question or would like to book a complimentary  consultation?  We’d love to hear from you!

 

 

Please call our office at (905)-259-5249 or send us an email at: info@donofalltrades.ca today!

Let’s get your To-Do-List  Done! 

 

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Thank you Ginette Vachon & Stephanie Atwood, founders of Tranquility Matters who’s business gave a Helping Hand- Building Trees of Hope benefiting Herizon House. Click photo below to find out how this business is making a difference in your community.

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Proud To Service Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Brooklin, Oshawa, Bowmanville,  Courtice,  and G.T.A.

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Flag Stone Step Repair

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Flagstone steps, walkways and patios need occasional maintenance and repair, usually to renew the mortar between the stones or in the case of stones laid without mortar, to level those that have tilted or sunk.

The work is not complicated, but it can be strenuous if moving stones is required.

Areas of cracked mortar between flagstones should be repaired. (Individual cracks, unless they are several inches long, can usually be left alone.)

Moisture seeping into cracks and repeatedly freezing and thawing will eventually cause further cracking, and weeds sprouting in the fissures can do the same thing.

Below are  before and after photos of a recent project our team at Don Of All Trades Professional Home Maintenance Services completed.

 

Flag Stone Step Repair
Photos by Don Of All Trades Professional Home Maintenance Services

 

Flag Stone Step Repair
Photos by Don Of All Trades Professional Home Maintenance Services

 

Flag Stone Step Repair
Photos by Don Of All Trades Professional Home Maintenance Services
Flag Stone Step Repair
Photos by Don Of All Trades Professional Home Maintenance Services

 

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Quick and Simple Door Fix

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Here is a simple fix for that annoying interior door that swings open when not closed properly……

If you have a door that swings all the way open every time you leave it slightly ajar, the door frame isn’t plumb. But you don’t need to take the door down and go through the hassle of disassembling everything just to adjust the frame. Instead, try this much simpler fix.

Grab a hammer, a few scraps of wood, a nail punch and a shim. Take them into the room and close the door. Stick the shim loosely between the door and the jamb to hold the door in position when you drive out the upper hinge pin. Then bend the pin slightly with a firm whack. Reinsert the pin and check the results. If the door still won’t stay open, do the same with the lower hinge.

Tools and Materials
– Hammer
-Pliers
-Nail punch to knock out the hinge pin.

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