A new Hire-a-Hubby service has been launched in Penarth, South Wales offering a handyman service for people in need of help around the home. A local electrician has become one of the first franchisees in the UK to launch the husband-for-hire service which was first introduced in Australia in 2009.
Now the national handyman service has been introduced in the UK and Jeef Preece from Barry is one of the first franchisees of the new business venture. As a fully trained electrician with many years experience in the trade, Penarth’s hire-a-hubby provider in the form of 38-year-old Jeff, will offer a range of professional handyman services in the local area.
All work carried out by the approved hire-a-hubby operator is covered by a workmanship guarantee so customers can be assured that any maintenance or repair work undertaken will be of a high professional standard, plus all employees with the brand have undergone full CRB checks to ensure the security of the customer.
The long term aim of the hire-a-hubby organisation is to create a new standard in the handyman industry and become a trusted and recognisable go-to brand for reliable handyman work. With many rogue operators in the industry, hubby-for-hire say they hope to eliminate the risk factor for customers by offering a professional standard of handyman services across the UK.