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If you are interested in working for the Odd Job Man either on a full or part time basis please contact us.

We are especially interested in semi-retired tradesmen who value the way in which we operate and are looking for occasional work. We are also interested in hearing from sub- contractors who would like to be added to our list of "Trusted Tradesmen"

The Odd Job Man is an equal opportunities employer. We recognise that discrimination is unacceptable. It is our aim, that no job applicant, employee or worker is discriminated against either directly or indirectly on the grounds of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, religious belief, political opinion or affiliation, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age or disability.

 
 
 
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From putting shelves in your airing cupboard, to a new front door - we offer a comprehensive service.

We are often asked to replace bathrooms. Sometimes this means alterations to drains too. And we are still happy to do simple jobs like replacing taps.

We do not just work inside. We can renovate and transform the garden too.

The two most used rooms in the house.
From a simple refit to major re-design we can deliver a room that you will give you years of enjoyment

As the company has grown we have been asked to undertake bigger and more complex projects. Some have involved planning permission and building control.
We have experience with listed buildings too.
If something does not quite fit in any other category then it
must be an Odd Job. We do the Odd to the Bizarre. We are in the Solution business...

... finding solutions to your problems.
 

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