DIY Stress Buster

My handyman expertise, which dates back to service in the Royal Navy as an Artificer (the Navy’s “fix it” trade), provides a service of decorating, tiling, decking, gardening and odd jobs (leaky tap repairs, flat-pack assembly, curtains and blinds fitting, etc) completed to a high standard all conducted in a clean, friendly, reliable, trustworthy and honest manner.

I undertake both larger work, which has included larger projects such as whole house decorating for landlords, together with smaller jobs such as fitting blinds and flat pack assembly for new house owners.

I recently received a text from a customer who I had tiled for stating “Can’t stop admiring it :)” and asking me to quote for more work - there is great satisfaction in completing a job to receive such comments.

For a free quote please give me a call.

DIY Stress Buster, serves all of Essex and is centrally based in Boreham, Chelmsford.

Mobile 0744 3562 433
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Dixie Fields, Essex’s first country music festival, has completed its debut line up with a wave of high profile country music stars from the US and the UK.
The National Police Dog K9 Memorial has been unveiled in Oaklands Park, outside Chelmsford Museum, in honour of police dogs across the country.

The statue was unveiled by representatives of the Metropolitan Police, at an official ceremony on 12 April 2019.
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Work is now officially underway on the county’s first ever all-through school at Beaulieu in Chelmsford.

Construction on the new £34million school started following a ground-breaking ceremony at the site yesterday.