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Another Job well done !

P1110783 Another Job well doneWell !  Dan was spotted again on another job !
This one was a custom deck in the back yard ,you can see pics at my photo page on my website,
Hope everyone has got over there snowy winter blues ,was a ugly one for sure ,but there is always that bright spring ahead  and summer vacations :-)
on my front still moving forward with my dreams of flipping homes and building Dan The Handyman LLC and venturing with partners in the field.
I have come across many great opportunities that I will be putting into place this year to better position myself for the future business ventures I will be seeking I always know to move one step at a time and the next will become sound ,Why my foundation is solid as a rock !
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Yours Truly Dan

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Fantastic Handyman London on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 2:32 AM
A local handyman's delight! I am trying to zoom in in order to see what exactly was built in the garden, but my screen is messed up for some reason.. I'm quite peculiar in what the work of other handy men is. Is it a garden gazebo or shed assembly? A custom deck sound awesome though. I am peculiar if there is any wiring or cable management or outdoor lighting at all? Was the project installed from scratch? I assume there was a concrete hard-standing base, or maybe a timber decking base? There are so much questions I have as a handy man myself. Like was it a 100% bespoke installation or was it some sort of a flat pack installation? There are hundreds if not thousand types of hard-standing exterior units out there. As a carpenter and electrician in London I've built the full range of both interior and exterior furnishing ranging from beds, drawers to garden tool sheds, which is why I'm so peculiar. :) cheers
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Really nice post. I have worked in the ironmongery trade for some years now have worked alongside quite a lot of handymen who use our hardware for certain jobs. It's great the you're so obviously passionate about the trade. I think it must be such a rewarding job when you know you've made such a difference to people's lives.
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