A collection of tools that would commonly be used by a handyman in Longmont, CO, including a hammer, saw, level, tape measure, utility knife, pair of screwdrivers, and several nails.

It's no secret that Colorado is known for incredible mountain vistas, and Longmont is certainly no exception. From the beautiful views and countless outdoor recreation opportunities to the thriving restaurant and brewery scene, Longmont is an excellent place to get away from the hustle of a big city but still have access to amenities like shopping, nightlife and trustworthy Longmont handyman services.

Most Longmont residents commute to work, often in another nearby town or city. Between work commitments and enjoying time with family and friends, there is little time left to deal with all those repair, maintenance and home repair tasks that keep piling up on your to-do list. Plus, some homeowners don't have the equipment, know-how or interest needed to handle tasks like replacing rotting deck boards or patching up a hole in the drywall—and that's perfectly understandable. We live in a cooperative society; no person can do it alone.

When you need repairs and other services for your home or commercial property, count on your local Longmont handyman to do the job effectively and efficiently. The service professionals at Mr. Handyman of E Boulder, Broomfield & Erie work hard always to uphold the highest standards of quality workmanship and excellent customer service. It's important to us that the final reveal of your finished project meets or even exceeds your expectations for professional handyman services, so we communicate clearly with you and address any concerns you may have throughout the process. Customer satisfaction and fair prices are our top priorities!

Need a Professional Handyman, Longmont, CO?

Are you searching for professional services for a home improvement project? We are a locally owned and operated business, which is important in this industry. When you hire a professional handyman craftsman to work on your house or commercial building, you want to know that they know how properties are built and maintained in this area and are educated on municipal and state regulations and permit processes. Our contractors have decades of combined experience working in repair and improvement trades, from small jobs to larger projects, in Longmont, CO, and other nearby areas such as LouisvilleFrederick, and Superior. We are passionate about providing reliable local handyman services to the residents of our communities.

The wide range of popular services we offer is for more than just residential properties. Longmont business owners can rely on our professional handymen to provide the same outstanding service for commercial properties. But commercial businesses have unique maintenance and repair needs, and we are experienced with those types of commercial-specific services. When you call Mr. Handyman, you can rest assured that you will have a licensed handyman at your door, ready to do quality work in a timely manner so you can focus on more important things like growing the success of your business.

Our Longmont local handyman service technicians are experienced with many projects and tasks, from minor home repairs such as replacing damaged fence pickets to larger projects like a bathroom, kitchen, or basement remodel. Would you like to know more about our dependable Longmont handyman service? Speak with our friendly customer care staff on the phone to get all your questions and cost estimates answered quickly and easily, or check out further information on a few of our most requested services in Longmont, CO.


If you're looking to add livable space to your Longmont, CO, house or are desperate for extra storage space, the solution might be right under your feet. An unused or under-utilized basement can be transformed into rooms that will give you much-needed amenities, from extra bedrooms for kids who can't stand sharing a room to the perfect workspace to eliminate your commute or kick-start your home business. Not sure how to best use the space to meet your family's or household's needs? Here are a few handyman projects to consider:

  • Guest bedrooms
  • Extra standard bathroom or half-bath
  • Laundry room
  • Home gym
  • Playroom for children
  • Family game room
  • Hobby workshop
  • Studio for arts and crafts
  • Music room
  • Home theater
  • Rental suite to bring in additional income

You may already have a finished basement, simplifying the basement remodel process, but a more complex project may be needed if your basement is currently a cavernous room with a concrete floor and no walls. Adding flooring and drywall will naturally be among the first steps for our Longmont handyman team. Depending on your remodeling vision, we can install new walls to partition your basement into usable rooms. While our multi-skilled Longmont handyman team is working on your basement, it's a good idea to consider a few additional home maintenance jobs that can make your home safer, more comfortable, and more energy efficient. That may include nearby handyman jobs such as:

  • Dryer vent cleaning
  • Hot water heater insulation installation
  • Installing smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors
  • Grab bar and railing installation
  • Replacement for stairs that are too narrow or steep
  • Caulking around windows to seal out air drafts

Whatever your basement needs to get in ideal, livable condition that can enhance your comfort and boost your property value, you can rely on our team of professionals to take care of it, floor to ceiling.


Have you noticed that whenever you cross one task off your to-do list of household maintenance and repair jobs, another two pop up to take its place? When a big project needs to be taken care of, it makes sense to turn to a professional Longmont handyman to get the job done right—but we can help with the minor stuff, too. We can save time and money for busy homeowners by handling multiple tasks on your list in a single appointment. You don't have to worry about the hassle and expense of hiring specialized contractors to take care of minor jobs when our multi-skilled Longmont handyman team is experienced in a wide array of repair and maintenance services—including both indoor repairs and outdoor repairs. Some of the tasks we can cross off your list efficiently are:

  • Furniture assembly for flat-pack furniture and other items
  • Changing difficult-to-reach light bulbs and replacing light fixtures
  • Repairing or installing crown molding and other trim elements
  • Shelving and storage installation
  • Pressure washing
  • Accessibility modifications for aging in place
  • Wood rot repair
  • Weatherproofing
  • Caulking
  • Baby proofing
  • TV wall mounting
  • Fence repair and installation
  • Ceiling Repair and ceiling fan installation
  • Deck installation
  • Soffit and fascia board maintenance and repair

This is a partial list, so if you have something else in mind, call us and let us know! Chances are good that your Longmont handyman can get it handled quickly and effectively.


Most people, in Longmont, CO, along with everywhere else on the planet, don't care much about drywall—frankly, that makes perfect sense. It's not the most thrilling or exciting building material, and it's designed to fade into the background, so it's not something we typically spend a lot of time examining even though we're surrounded by it every day. But when it has suffered ugly damage such as holes, cracks, and water stains, suddenly, it's all too noticeable in the wrong way.

That drywall damage is more than just making your house or commercial property less attractive. It's also causing severe problems for your home, making it less comfortable, sanitary, livable, and energy efficient. That's why fixing drywall damage is one of the essential standard services a handyman can offer. An experienced Longmont handyman can eliminate those worries with expert drywall repair services. We'll take care of the whole repair process, including:

  • Removing damaged drywall
  • Installing a mesh patch or support for a larger patch
  • Taping corners and seams
  • Covering seams with joint compound
  • Sanding down the dried compound to create a smooth, even finish
  • Applying texture spray, if necessary
  • Painting over the repair so it's completely invisible
  • Cleaning up after ourselves


Do you dread opening your monthly utility bills because you know they will be way too high—but you're not even sure what's causing the rising energy consumption in your household? The culprit is almost undoubtedly heat transfer. Many potential problems around your house can lead to increased heat transfer, such as degraded window and door frames or deteriorated siding. But if the components of your home appear to be in good shape and you can't see any noticeable signs that they are damaged, there may be one place you're not checking: your attic.

If your attic is more of a dusty little space between your ceiling and roof, it only comes to mind sometimes. You may have lived in your house for decades and never poked your head up to look around. But if your attic insulation has deteriorated and flattened over time, or it has been damaged by excessive moisture incursion—or it was never there, to begin with—you're paying more than necessary for your energy costs.

According to natural law, thermal energy will always try to move from warmer to cooler areas. In summer, heat from the sun will seep into your cool house when your air conditioner is on, and in winter, warmth from your heater will leak out into the cold outdoors. Many of the features and components of your house are designed to prevent the heat transfer problem because it can cost you a lot of money via your monthly utility bills. Your HVAC system needs to use a significant amount of fuel, whether electricity or natural gas, to keep your home at the right temperature to ensure indoor comfort. Heat transfer changes the temperature inside, prompting your HVAC system to turn on more frequently and operate for extended periods. That increased operation time makes a noticeable difference to your energy costs because of the required fuel draw.

So how does attic insulation, in particular, help solve the heat transfer issue? As we all know, heat rises. In a non-habitable attic, insulation is spread across the"floor" up there (the topside of your upper story ceiling, not an actual floor). That helps lock rising heat out of the attic space and keep it where it belongs, in the part of the house where people live. Your roof is, by design, well-ventilated, so it can become damp and dry out naturally without decaying and rotting.

Heat transfer is supposed to be up there so the attic can rid itself of excess warmth and moisture that would cause significant water damage problems otherwise. That's why preventing thermal energy from moving between the house and the attic space is so important, precisely what the insulation is for. But when it has deteriorated, flattened, or shifted around, it's unable to do its job correctly, and you end up losing money. Having your Longmont handyman replace your attic insulation will result in energy savings, but it provides these benefits as well:

  • Less wear and tear damage on your HVAC system so you can avoid costly HVAC repairs or replacement for longer
  • Improves indoor air quality, especially if your old insulation was suffering from severe moisture damage
  • Makes your house more environmentally friendly by reducing its carbon footprint
  • Reduces outdoor noise inside your home by providing better sound separation

Do You Need Service from a Professional Longmont Handyman? Call the Pros at Mr. Handyman!

Knowing that every last task has been crossed off your maintenance, improvement, and repair to-do list is a good feeling. If you need help to make that happen, count on the team of professionals at Mr. Handyman of E Boulder, Broomfield & Erie for highly-skilled, reliable services and customer care that goes the extra mile. We guarantee a great job done for all your handyman needs!

Contact us today by picking up the phone and calling to chat with our knowledgeable customer service staff and learn more about our reliable Longmont handyman services, or schedule a convenient appointment with our team. We can help with everything from fence post repairs to tile installation for your next kitchen remodel.

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