Greenwich Handyperson Service
Need some help doing jobs around your home? Contact the Greenwich Handyperson Service.
The service provides help for people who are 60 or over, or those with a disability, doing essential small jobs around the house so you do not have to.
What jobs can I get done?
Here are some examples of the jobs that the Handyperson Service can take on:
- checking and installing smoke detectors
- hanging or taking down curtains, curtain rails or blinds
- changing fluorescent light tubes
- putting up shelves
- replacing toilet seats
- setting central heating programmers
- bleeding radiators
- minor plumbing jobs
- minor electrical jobs
- minor carpentry jobs
- cleaning out gutters.
How much does it cost?
Any older or disabled resident can get these jobs carried out free of charge:
- changing simple light bulbs
- installing grab rails
- removing trip hazards.
The Handyperson Service can also carry out other jobs, which are:
- free if you get an income related benefit, such as Housing Benefit or Guaranteed Pension Credit
- carried out at a reasonable charge for other older or disabled residents.
For further details regarding the Greenwich Handyperon Service, please visit the Royal Borough of Greenwich website