Capizzi Home Improvement Offers Handyman Services for Cape Cod Homes

Capizzi Home Improvement Offers Handyman Services for Cape Cod Homes

Newton : MA : USA | Sep 21, 2012 at 8:22 AM PDT
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Barnstable County, Massachusetts (August 30, 2012) - Capizzi Home Improvement, one of the sought after Cape Cod builders, is offering handyman services for homeowners who need assistance in finishing that long list of maintenance tasks. Their highly trained and experienced handymen can help in finishing long delayed minor and major repairs in the home.

With busy schedules wearing down homeowners, tasks such as finishing those remodeling or simple maintenance projects can start piling up. When this occurs, hiring a handyman can help homeowners accomplish their projects on time and within budget.

Contractors for Cape Cod additions state that having a competent handyman can help with small-scale tasks such as carpentry or putting in a fake wall. Planning a Cape Cod addition for homes, for instance, may also require attic insulation, drywall installation and repair, plumbing, and more.

The professional Cape Cod addition specialists from Capizzi use their years of experience in doing these jobs. Their services enable residents to finish tasks that would have required a whole day if the homeowner had chosen to do it alone. A handyman can complete the job in less time and more efficiently, so that clients can devote their attention to other tasks.

Aside from handyman services, Capizzi also offers topnotch construction and remodeling services. Hiring professionals to build Cape Cod additions gives homeowners the opportunity to maximize the property's potential. Having additions built into ones’ homes not only enlarges the usable space, but it also raises the value of the home should it be put up for sale.

As one of the established Cape Cod builders, Capizzi Home Improvement can help in a number of jobs such as attic insulation installation, gutter cleaning, carpentry, and other aspects of home improvement.

About Capizzi Home Improvement

Capizzi Home Improvement has more than 35 years of experience in renovating and building additions for homes. Their team specializes in home additions, kitchen and bathroom remodeling, siding installation, and more. For more information, visit

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