Handyman Matters was created in 1998 in order to capitalize on a nearly 50 billion dollar home improvement industry that lacks, organization, dependability and trust. The industry operates largely through independent craftsmen with “technical” skills but with very little “Professionalism” which often results in a bad experience for the homeowner. A task as simple as answering the phone is beyond most craftsmen’s capacity because they are busy doing the “technical” work. As a result, craftsmen struggle to find consistent financial success, and consumers lack a consistent and trusted source for their home repairs.
When Andy Bell decided to leave his six-figure income as a stock broker, it was his goal to bring organization to this industry. It was also Andy’s goal to create a company that maintained a good life-work balance. Family and community are paramount to Andy, and creating an organization that upheld these ideals while solving the business problems became his cause.
At its inception, Handyman Matters was a humble organization of 50 craftsmen in the Denver, Colorado area. Today, through the development of proprietary technology, marketing strategies, sales processes and operational systems, the company has grown to over 122 franchises in 34 states and 3 countries. While he has proven to be successful in elevating the craftsmen’s potential for success and giving consumers an experience they believe in and count on… He is not finished yet!
Andy plans to capitalize on the rebounding economy by continuing to add franchise partners in open territories. Bell estimates that he has between 400 and 500 available territories.
To find an open territory near you, click on the “Get Started” tab at the top of this page and we’ll go to work for you!
“We choose Handyman Mattes because they have great returns and we felt it was the most exciting opportunity to get involved in while also providing a service to the community!”Bob McRedmond,