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50 Best Handyman Websites

Despite word of mouth still being a huge contributor of leads for local handyman, a professional website can make it easier than ever for new clients to find you. An optimized website with service pages, testimonials, and company info can be what separates a handyman from the crowd. To give you some examples we’ve included a list of the 50 best handyman websites and their designs.

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1. Handyman Pro

The website for Handyman Pro offers a detailed list of services that are easy to browse through. There are many images that create a strong sense of branding and professionalism. Some client reviews are visible on the homepage with a link to many more keeping the homepage clean and not overwhelming with information. There are a few hover effects that help grab the attention of the audience.


2. Chicago Handyman

This handyman website allows visitors to click through completed projects from the homepage. Very simple icons are used to explain the services that are listed on the homepage. Also, a nicely organized section lists some other services they offer that aren’t as common. The contact information, services, past work, reviews, and about the business can all be found at the top of the page, which is also a sticky header. Social media links can be found at the bottom of the page for another way to connect with them.

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3. Mr. Handyman

This site is a great example that starts with the services that are offered. The homepage uses a large and bold font that is all capital for each headline. Also, there is a simple question, reaching out to the visitors. Which catches the audience’s attention and keeps them engaged. They do a great job explaining what they can do for their customers and keeps it easy to read and understand.


4. Fixer

Fixer is a great example of a simple web design that is simple yet has a sense of elegance and honestly. The services are identified with simple icons that are easy to understand, as well as easy to read. They make it very easy to contact them with many different links located throughout the homepage and there is a live chat option available.

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5. ACE Handyman Services

The intro slider for ACE Handyman Services website does a great job of showcasing some of its projects and offers. A red color scheme is used and makes the page pop. Also, it’s naturally drawing the eye towards important areas, like their services, online booking, and contact information.


6. A Fresh Look Handyman

This website has a large red banner that grabs the visitor’s attention right away. Also, they use the red color throughout the page highlighting important areas. There is a great explanation of how the process works, they used large numbers and a font that is easy to read. They are creating customer satisfaction, along with their testimonials.


7. Urban Handyman

Very simple web design that does a great job of showing the services through pictures. The website is mostly white space, with some gold color drawing attention to what is most important. A great introduction of the owner, along with some background of the business. Some awesome testimonials from happy customers, which is great social proof.


8. CJ’s Handyman

CJ’s Handyman Services uses rounded pictures to highlight what services are offered. The homepage is very simple but there are many links to more information, like images and testimonials. On the homepage, there is a section talking about the owner. Also, there is a “Learn More” button, allowing visitors to reach out for more information and a better/ more in-depth explanation.


9. Seattle Best Handyman

This handyman website is very clean and has a sense of elegance. The website’s color scheme works well with everything. Yellow is used to highlight certain areas and it also catches the views attention. Also, they use a solid black and white background which works well with the yellow. They even coordinate their colors into a cartoon handyman. This is a great example of how a theme can bring life to a website. At the bottom of the homepage, there is a contact form, the business hours, and the location.

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10. Sacramento Handyman

This site does a great job of showing what services Sacramento Handyman has to offer. The intro picture includes a great before and after. Also, there is a video explaining the different services, giving visitors an alternative to reading content. There is very well-written text towards the bottom, explaining the specialties services they offer. Along with more before and after of different projects.


11. Pro Handyman

Pro Handyman leads with their 24/7 contact information, showing that they are ready to answer questions as soon as they get them. All of the services are organized very well with separators, explanations, and links for each one. The links bring you more information and images to help understand the service. Many testimonials that the visitors can click through, making them easy to read.


12. My Las Vegas Handyman

This handyman website uses imagery to create a busy feel but is still very professional. Many images throughout the homepage showing different projects and services. There are also many video testimonials of happy clients, showing and explaining their happiness. This is a great way to show social proof and great for visitors that learn from visuals.


13. Honest Handyman Service

This website is a good example of how images and white space balance each other out for a professional appearance. The large images are used next to white blocks with text. The visitor’s attention is drawn to the image first, then naturally will shift to the content to read. Located at the bottom of the page are a google map, social media links, and business hours.


14. Fort Worth Home Repair

Fort Worth Home Repair uses a lot more text on the homepage than many other handyman sites. It’s still easy to read and understand. The visitor can get a very good understanding of the business just from the homepage. Their most common services are listed, along with the service areas. After all that information, there is a link to a contact form. Making it easy to contact the company after having a better understanding. They include a short video at the bottom of the page also explaining the business.

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15. PJP Handyman

This site uses a good ratio of information to images on the homepage. This helps the page flow well and keeps the reader engaged. Also, there is a video clip explaining the services offered, along with a list of pictures of the services. Many links to get an online estimate on the homepage making it easy to get one no matter where you are on the page.


16. Alamo City Handymen

Very simple homepage, with many links to more information. This site knows that some things are better off keep simple. The services are white and grey until you hover over them, then they are nice and colorful. Also on the homepage, they include customer testimonials. Alamo City Handymen has an awesome blog section that shows and explains why you should hire a handyman.


17. T&Z All Service

The website uses plenty of white space and a blue color scheme that helps highlight different sections. Many boxes are used to organize information and the services that are offered. Very large contact form towards the bottom of the page, making it easy to find and connect with them.


18. The Honey Do Service

This handyman website has a green and yellow color scheme. The colors match well with their logo, along with the tools they use. This website is a great example, it’s organized well with many card designs and links to more information. The homepage is kept very clean and simple. One thing that stood out to me is the have a detailed checklist of what should be done for each season.


19. Integrity Handy Pro

Integrity Handy Pro is a very approachable handyman website that highlights important features and information about the company. They use many different colors, which all work together and are easy to follow. A video is included at the top of the page under the intro slider. The video includes a good amount of information all in one place. Client reviews are located on the homepage, along with a google map and a contact form.

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20. Tampa Works Handyman

The site uses a bright yellow that really helps the page pop. Tampa Works Handyman shares what services they offer. Along with a few images, there is a link to the gallery to see more. Many customer reviews are posted on the homepage. Some features that are on this example website are a live chat, social media links, and a contact form.


21. Johnny’s Handyman Services

Johnny’s Handyman Services has a good design to consider. There are many images helping show what the business is all about. All of their links are visible right at the top of the page offering more information, such as work galleries, testimonials, and more information about the company. At the top of the homepage, the large image is branded and balanced with a block of text introducing the business. Which means no slider is needed.


22. 1st Orlando Handyman Services

This handyman website uses a big and bold font which makes the content easier to read and also pulls the reader in. The services are organized well with each of them having links to more in-depth content. Some notable features are the phone number and social media links at the top of the page. Also customer testimonials, live chat, and a sticky header following through the whole website.


23. Handyman East Point

Handyman East Point has a great intro slider that shows different design projects. They reach out the potential customer by asking the questions on the homepage. The homepage is kept simple with a few pictures and then within each link, there is more content and images to go with. Their services are separated into 3 different categories and explained what services are in each at the bottom of the homepage.


24. Kobi Levi

Kobi Levi is a straightforward website. Right off the bat, the services are the first thing you see, when you hover over them you can see what they are all about. Also, they share that they have 19 years of experience and explain what the customer can expect when choosing them. This is building trust between the visitor and the company. A sticky header makes it easy to navigate through the website easily and quickly.


25. Roby Service

The website for Roby Service presents the services in picture form, with a link for more information. Each link has a list of all the projects they can do within that service. The red color is used throughout the whole website, which draws the visitor’s eye to important information and visuals of work they have done. Also, this website is easy to get into contact with their phone number at the top and the bottom of the homepage.


26. ER Handyman Services

ER Handyman services have a very simple homepage. The services are shown and explained well, there is an option for each one to show more information. Customer reviews are located on the homepage and scroll through them, which are easy to read. At the bottom of the page, there is an Instagram section with many pictures/posts from happy customers. This will help drive sales with social proof and also increase the time spent on the website.


27. Lend A Hand

The website for Lend A Hand is another example of a service forward website. Right off the bat in their top slider, they showcase the services they offer. Also, they showcase that they are licensed, insured, have honest service, and that they stand by the work they do. This is building trust with the potential customer. Towards the bottom of the homepage, they feature many images of projects that they have done. At the bottom, there is a Google map, reviews for Google, Facebook, and Yelp.


28. Capital Handyman & Plumbing

This handyman website uses many picture sliders throughout the page. The pictures show off different services that they have done. Each slider has written text on the side, which first the visitor is drawn to the pictures then to the text. The reviews and contact form are both located on the homepage. Also at the bottom, there is contact info and social media links.


29. Handyman Services in DC

Look to Handyman Services in DC as an example of a website that places its services front and center and does a great job explaining the business. Also on the homepage, they share reviews from customers. The site grabs your attention with bright yellow highlights throughout the page. Contact information at the top and bottom of the homepage.


30. Scherr

Scherr has a website that has a very simple homepage with a light grey and navy color text with a clean white background. Reviews and a contact form are all that are featured on the homepage. This is a great example that simpler can be better. All other links are at the top of the page and organized well. Many pictures within those links doing a great job explaining different aspects of the page.


31. Zack’s Handyman Services

The website is very clean and has an elegant feel. Simple icons are used to help explain the services offered. Different color blocks are used to separate information and draw attention to the text/pictures. Contact information at the bottom of the page making it easy to get into contact.


32. The Home Hero

This handyman website uses an awesome theme that just brings the whole page to life. The cartoon hero theme is presented with some flashing frames, bold colors, and sloped lines. It keeps your attention with many different moving parts.


33. Honest Renovators

This site steps away from the bright colors and other loud features often used. A dark color scheme is used which draws attention to the pictures around the text. At the bottom of the home page there is an Instagram section, showing different pictures from customers. This is a great way for potential customers to see social proof and see the work the business can do.


34. M&G Handyman

M&G Handyman’s website uses many large images for the background. The ratio between images and written text is perfect. The images throughout the page help keep the attention of the audience. On the homepage, they have a sticky header that helps navigate through the site easily. They list all of the services and useful links for more information for most of them. Also, they have their phone number and social media links right at the top of the page.


35. Masterpiece Handyman Services

This site uses a wood grain background to grab attention. To balance out the background color plenty of white space is used with the content that moves along the center of the website. All of their services are listed along with an image on the homepage. Also on the homepage, there are customer testimonials and reviews from Google, Yelp, and Angie’s List.

36. Handyman Pittsburgh & CO.

Many pictures are used throughout the page to help explain different topics on the site. The pictures also help keep the audience’s attention. There’s a good balance between images and written text. A contact form, Google map, and their phone number can all be found on the homepage.


37. Columbus Handyman

This website uses a great intro slider with many different images from past projects. The services are nicely organized with each service having an image, along with a small, simple icon at the bottom of the image. Some of the testimonials are shared on the homepage and the rest can be found in the “reviews” section at the top of the page.


38. MNM Handyman Services

This handyman website offers a great portfolio on the homepage, along with many reviews that scroll across the page. They do a great job of explaining the services. Many different kinds of pictures on the intro slider that grab the viewer’s attention. Easy to contact this company with the phone number at the top of the page, along with social media links. Also, a link at the bottom of the page brings the visitor to the contact page, where there is a contact form.


39. ProConnect

This site makes it very easy to get into contact with the company with an offering right at the top away to find your service area with the service you need. Also making it easy with a fast and easy way to book appointments online. The potential customer could book an appointment as soon as possible. This shows visitors that they don’t have to wait hours/days and they know exactly when someone will be there to get the job done. Also, they wouldn’t have to call to get an appointment.


40. In & Out Property Maintenance

In & Out Property Maintenance website uses a red color scheme. Which really makes the site pop. There are some strong heading with large text and capital letters. Also, the red or navy-colored banners that help separate information. Some features that stand out are the Google Map, social media links, and reviews from Yelp, Google, and Facebook.


41. Free Up Some Time

This handyman website presents the company’s main selling points in a very easy to scan color. Free Up Some Time is easy to read and follow through because there are different color blocks between information. Keeping the different information separate, which makes it less overwhelming to read. This company lists questions you should look for and ask before hiring someone. Having a section like this on your page is a great way to get views thinking about these questions and see if your company is a good fit.


42. A+ Handyman

The slider at the top of the page allows the company to quickly communicate the services that are offered. Along with links at the top for potential customers to easily find more in-depth content. The homepage is balanced well images and content. They keep the homepage simple but have their links easy to get to for more information.


43. Handy

This site is a good example of what minimalism looks like in a web design. Handy uses lots of white space but a bright blue color is used to show off important information. The company uses images of people working on different services they offer, along with images of houses to represent the nature of its brand.


44. Andy OnCall

Andy OnCall has a catchy slogan, which is presented at the top of the page. This website uses a creative font that creates the impression that someone is painting part of the content, this is creating a strong sense of branding through visuals. Very easy to contact this company with a few different links throughout the homepage and a sticky header with a contact page.


45. San Diego General

This website is very busy with different images and backgrounds but all work well together. San Diego General’s site is organized well with a list of the services and a contact form right at the top of the page. Also farther down on the home page, they go into more details about the services they offer. Some bigger companies that are their clients are shared on the homepage, along with customer testimonials.


46. The Birmingham Handyman

This site comes across as very approachable because of the large, bold fonts that speak to the audience in just a few word choices. The design is very clean with the background images, the rounded buttons throughout the page, and the very simple contact form at the bottom of the homepage.


47. Apex

This handyman website is a great example of what sophistication looks like in the handyman industry. Apex uses fonts and images that are less flashy than its competitors. The website wants to create a more upscale site so they use more simple colors highlighted by a bright red that fits the brand.


48. My Handyman LA

My Handyman LA uses its introduction slider to present images that move almost like a video clip. That movement catches your eye and adds life to the website. Also encourages the viewers to keep scrolling to see more content about this company. On the homepage, they share customer testimonials, contact information, and social media links.


49. Handyman New York

This example website has many useful links at the top and bottom of its page. Also, they showcase all of the services offered with “call now” and “view more” options. A handyman with many arms showing that this company can do many different projects. At the top of the page, they do a great job separating the services they offer and the services they do for appliances.


50. FANYC

This handyman website offers many services and keeps them organized at the top of the page. A bright red color is used throughout the website, which grabs your attention and makes the page pop. On the homepage, they share how many projects they have done so far building trust with the potential customer.


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