For anyone who has ever attempted a furniture assembly project themselves, it’s easy to understand why finding a reliable handyman is so important. Between missing pieces, confusing instructions and countless hours spent trying to decipher Swedish hieroglyphics (looking at you IKEA), DIY projects can quickly turn into a stress-filled nightmare.
That’s where Paul Franc Handyman comes in. With locations throughout the Los Angeles area including Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Westlake Village, Woodland Hills, Studio City and Calabasas and surrounding areas – we are here to help relieve the stress of your next home improvement project.
Our team of experienced handymen have years of experience with all types of furniture assembly projects – from simple bookshelves to full bedroom sets. We understand how frustrating these projects can be and strive to provide our clients with quality service that exceeds their expectations every time.
In addition to furniture assembly services, we also offer general handyman services such as painting, plumbing repairs and electrical work. No matter what type of home improvement project you have on your plate – we’ve got you covered!
So next time you find yourself struggling through another DIY disaster – remember Paul Franc Handyman is just a phone call away! Our convenient locations throughout the Los Angeles area make scheduling your appointment quick and easy. Let us take care of the hard work so you can sit back and enjoy your newly assembled furniture without any added stress or frustration!
Tips to Do-It-Yourself
Assembling furniture can be a daunting task, but with the right tools and techniques, it doesn’t have to be. Here are some tips to make the process smoother and stress-free.
1. Read the instructions thoroughly before starting: This may seem obvious, but many people skip this step in their eagerness to get started. Make sure you understand each step before moving on.
2. Organize your workspace: Clear out any clutter and create space for all of your tools and pieces of furniture. Having everything in one place will save you time searching for items later on.
3. Use the right tools: Most furniture comes with its own set of tools, but if you find they’re not up to scratch, invest in some higher-quality ones that will make assembly easier and faster.
4. Take breaks: Assembling furniture can be tiring work both physically and mentally so it’s important to take regular breaks so as not to burn yourself out too quickly.
By following these simple steps you should find assembling that new piece of flat-pack furniture much less stressful than expected!