[ED businesses, restaurants & trades] General Assistant part time work- SE5

Hello all,
I’m looking to find someone who’s a good multi-tasker with a bit of spare time, to assist me around the house – pretty ‘hands-on’ – some admin, some ‘light’ DIY (things like putting up TVs or Nest cameras), light manual jobs (carrying things, assemble/ disassemble), some cleaning, some garden work (now Spring is nearly here..), some website stuff (updating, listing things on Ebay etc.). Probably start with about 9-10 hours a week at first (3 days x 3 hours approx) for a trial period & then seek to increase that if things are going well. If you’re interested, please reply via PM with a bit about yourself, to give me some idea of the following list:
1. your age
2. your experiences
3. your skills/abilities
4. your availability
5. what hourly rate you’d be happy with
6. your contact info
If I think it’s got potential to be a good fit, I’ll get in touch and we can have a chat & set up a paid trial day.
Thanks for reading 🙂

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[The Lounge] Re: Dividing a bedroom into two

I’m pleased to infer that marital bliss prevails in the Medic household.

Some useful tips above with the implied need to cost in re-routing plumbing and additional wiring for lighting and sockets etc plus the obvious (dividing) wall.

A mate of mine, Donald, has had thousands of quotes for erecting a wall, some of them rather expensive. Give me a shout if you’d like me to put you in touch with him.

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[For Sale & Items Offered in ED] FREE – Black & Decker Cordless Combi Drill


I don’t need my old drill anymore having treated myself to a new toy 🙂
Comes with 2 batteries and a charger.

The batteries don’t hold a huge amount of charge anymore but should be sufficient for light DIY around the place as long as you remember to keep the other battery on charge while you’re working.

Free to a good home

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[ED businesses, restaurants & trades] First choice decorating/refurbishment services

Hi all

I’ve been a long standing member of this forum for many many years now and have plenty of reccomendations on here aswell as in other groups and forums. Hope this is ok with admin I rarely post a thread. Just wanted to remind and offer our services to you all, we have a few slots in the diary leading up to summer we would like to fill. I will list all the services we offer some of which are ever expanding. I have been trading locally over 19 years and am very familiar with Dulwich and the different types of properties with in it. We have £2 million liability cover and estimates are free…

Here follows are services:

Management and organising of jobs and projects.
General buliding work including knock throughs, stud walls/partitioning.
All aspects of plastering, including boarding, bonding and skimming aswell as rendering inckuding k rend.
Electrics( certified by our niec approved electrician)
All heating and plumbing including full boiler systems or upgrades. (all certified by our gas safe engineer)
General household maintenance and odd jobs.
Full bathroom refits (can plan layouts)
Kitchens fitted (same as above)
All aspects of interior and exterior repairs and redecoration.
Window repairs including rot repairs using state of the art resin.
Tiling and tiling restoration.

Thank you all for reading and please feel free to contact me with any further questions or to arrange a free no obligation estimate.

Many thanks Gary Skinner

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[ED businesses, restaurants & trades] Anyone need a Handyman?

hi all

my husband is a local handyman and is currently looking for more jobs. He has great references, also on ED forum, photos of his work are also available upon request. He does everything from fixing curtain rails, hanging mirrors, painting, decorating, basic plumbing, flooring, furniture assemble. Please pm if you are interested.

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