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Don’t fall for a Handyman Certification scam!
There are a few places popping up offering a Handyman Certification. Taking your money and banking on you continuing to do what Handymen have been known for in [..]
Why we don’t offer a lifetime membership.
Why don’t we offer a lifetime membership? Because things are constantly changing. A business that can pass a background screening or be worthy of being a UHA member [..]
Association Built For Its Members
To all Handymen, The UHA is an association that is supposed to be for its members. Built and ran by members. I’ve been mentioning a new member only [..]
Working as a handyman. Contracting without a license $500 Limit? Is it a Law or Implied? Where?
According to the CSLB in the state of California an Unlicensed Contractor can perform as a Contractor on a job up to $500 without requiring a license. We [..]
Employee vs Independent Contractor
Hello Handyman, While running our businesses we come across many decisions that could make or break our business. One of those decisions we have to make is [..]
Three minus Two equals YOU
When a homeowner is considering a new project or hiring a new handyman, they typically interview at least 3 different people/businesses. Your goal is to be the last [..]
Tips for taking advantage of your handyman association membership
Belonging to a business networking group or an association for handymen isn’t enough by itself. More often than not handymen are joining groups paying their hard-earned money and [..]
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Looking for a Handyman?
Let’s make the process simple. Go to www.theuha.net and search your zip code or handyman in the upper right-hand corner. If you don’t find one near you [..]
MyHome by the UHA
MY HOME The handyman trade is unregulated by state due to contractor license structure. Because of this anyone can become a handyman regardless of criminal record [..]