No Project Too Big Or Too Small

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We are a full services "all trade" Handyman Service Company.

We perform all trades:

Flooring Tile
Painting Drywall
Fencing Decking
Electrical Plumbing
Renovations
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Our Service Portfolio also includes.

Interior Exterior
Industrial Commercial
REO’s Residential
Public Works Remote Operations
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Additional areas we can assist you with.

Project Management
Superintendending

Classic Handyman ServicesThe Hildebrant family remembers handing out flyers to the neighbor’s mailboxes during the humble beginning of Classic Handyman Services in 2009.  Quickly they realized when Jim was busy with about 200 residential customers, that we needed to branch off to the commercial market.

Hildebrant was featured in the Press Enterprise as an Entrepreneur and honored with the prestigious Volunteer Service Award by the Corona Chamber of Commerce in 2010.

Today Classic Handyman Services, prominently serves our community through volunteer events.

We also offer a fully experienced team of electricians, carpenters, plumbers & full services tradesmen to complete projects as we currently do for clients such as Incipio, Cardinale Way Hyundai and VW, 3 V Fasteners, Corp of Engineers and several other valued customers, residential, commercial and industrial.

Press-Enterprise Article

Classic Handyman Services Article

Article excerpt

Multimillion-dollar projects studded Jim Hildebrand’s resume as
a construction superintendent when he lost his job 18 months ago.
His last job was working for a national owner and operator of
retail malls. With benefits, he earned $106,000 a year.

Today the 50-year-old husband and father work out of a trailer
parked in the driveway of his Corona home. Printed on the side of
the trailer is the name of his new business: Classic Handyman
Services, which mends fences, rebuilds mailboxes, installs windows
and fixes toilets among other tasks. He said he has never been so
happy about what he does for a living.

The transition was not something Hildebrand planned. He recalled
that near the end of 2008 he had overseen the renovation of
Montclair Plaza and expected a $26,000 bonus. He was going to use
the windfall to buy furniture and pay for schooling to lift him to
the next level in construction management...

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