Seeking Unlicensed Contractor

Hello - - we have several small jobs that don't warrant a contractor probably a talented handyman?  Two of ours have retired!  Some minor electrical, patching an outdoor wall, new front door and replacing banister inside.  Greatly appreciate any recommendations!

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I'm not sure where you're located, but we're in Concord and have been very pleased with our handyman. His name is Mark Anderson and his email is markahandyman [at] He provides all quotes in writing in advance and has never charged us more than the original quote. The quality of his work is top-notch and his prices are very competitive.

We are really happy with our handyman Gerardo Rodriguez (510) 292-8642.