Should I Hire A Handyman Who Doesn't Have Enough Experience?
Well, let me run this by you and see if you can answer
this question for yourself. I would like to use an example of something
that I have personally done myself, to see if you can put yourself in my
shoes, even if it's only for a moment.
When I first started barbecuing, I didn't have any experience and seemed to burn food on a regular basis. It didn't matter what I was barbecuing, hot dogs, hamburgers, steaks and especially chicken, I've burnt the heck out of it and eventually my family got used to eating burnt food. It wasn't until years later, when I gained the experience that I really needed and developed an amazing skill of cooking on the barbecue, that every one else realized how bad I was in the past.
This same story applies to hiring a Handyman who doesn't have enough experience. If you yourself don't realize or know any better, when the job is done, you will usually accept it. It will look okay to you and you will be able to justify it in your mind somehow as acceptable.
If you don't mind hiring contractors to practice working on your home, then go ahead and hire as many Handyman as you want who are lacking the experience that they desperately need. Any mistakes that they make, will be made on your home and you probably won't know any better, because you yourself don't have enough experience or understand what they are doing.
Hiring an experienced Handyman is one of the most important things that you need to know and don't forget it. You're not going to hire a roofing contractor, to remodel your bathroom unless the roofing contractor has enough experience with remodeling bathrooms.
I truly believe that experience is the key to finding a reliable Handyman. Their experience will make the job go easier and these professionals usually know which products they can and can't use in your home.