Handyman Connection – North America’s premier business liaison connecting customers to local craftsmen in their home community – is announcing plans to continue the brand’s expansion in the Tar Heel State by opening its newest territory in Fayetteville, North Carolina. This new Handyman Connection business is owned by Army veteran John Brock and will service local residents throughout the greater Fayetteville area.
Prior to working in the home improvement industry, Brock served in the U.S. Army for 11 years, including in Special Forces as an 18C (Special Forces Engineer Sergeant). During that time, he was deployed to several locations, including South America and Africa. After his time in the military, Brock wanted to leverage the experience and field skills he developed throughout his enlistment and decided to become a licensed home inspector, a position he worked for eight years before eventually discovering Handyman Connection’s franchising opportunity. Brock truly felt that joining the home improvement industry and the Handyman Connection family was the perfect fit for his skill set.
“One thing that stood out about Handyman Connection right away was the professionalism embodied by everyone involved in the brand,” Brock said. “I am very excited to start my new business in my home community and begin helping those who need a bit of assistance with home improvement projects and repairs.”
Handyman Connection services a variety of home improvement and repair needs from carpentry, flooring and electrical work to painting, plumbing and remodeling. Even if Handyman Connection can’t provide a specific service for any reason, the brand’s expansive network of local craftsmen allows them to refer one who can get the job done right. Handyman Connection’s core values of delivering on its commitments, respecting its connections, practicing continuous improvement and having pride in what they do have allowed the brand to uphold its standard of quality assurance for over three decades.
“We take great pride in the quality of our franchisees, and John Brock is the perfect example of a committed franchisee who is looking to create lasting relationships with those he services in his community,” said Jeff Wall, CEO of Handyman Connection.
The opening of Handyman Connection in Fayetteville marks the next step in the franchise’s continued expansion throughout the U.S. and Canada, as it aims to open 20 new territories by the end of 2022. For more information about Handyman Connection or its franchising opportunity, please visit https://franchiseopportunity.handymanconnection.com.