Rick E Patterson is a licensed General Contractor. With over 35 yrs of experience of remodeling and repairing hundreds of homes, and his prior expertise from serving in the USAF Civil Engineering Div. as Supervisor of 1.8M sq ft of Roofing, Rick has gained notoriety as a Handyman Expert excelling in his innate, creative abilities to quickly analyze and provide practical solutions to home maintenance issues.
After having sold his first “start up” company, Rent-A-Hubby Handyman Services of Athens Georgia, Rick remained on board serving as business and marketing consultant over 27 skilled craftsmen for several years following. Using his successful business systems and resources, Rick launched his second “start up” handyman company located in Douglasville Georgia. Learn why his home maintenance how-to videos, blogs and articles sharing his insights, expertise, and experiences with others have earned him to be favorably known as the “Go-To-Guy”.
Homeowners now are even more excited by Rick’s timely development of a much needed home maintenance awareness program called Double Check.
Double Check Home Maintenance Awareness is designed to empower homeowners to take control and manage their home maintenance more effectively through awareness education, experience, and service.
Home Maintenance Awareness education equips homeowners with insight and knowledge of when, how, and where to look for current home maintenance issues through a simple and novice-friendly 17 point home maintenance checklist. Through awareness education, homeowners now experience more control over their home maintenance decisions.
MANY BENEFITS of DOUBLE CHECK:
With a newly acquired awareness and management skill set, the homeowner’s choices are quickly broadened involving:
*How often a maintenance check occurs
*Which areas of their home need focused monitoring
*What repairs take priority
*And when to schedule maintenance repairs.
Empowered homeowners always have the final word as to who participates in the maintenance process by making the choice of taking on a DIY project themselves, or opting to contact a local certified Double Check Home Maintenance Awareness Service Provider.