We are a local owned, christian handyman company. We specialize in home improvement in Murfreesboro, Clarksville, Brentwood and Franklin Tennessee. We are skilled at a multitude of different repairs and renovations, having the ability to address your needs without the involvement of multiple contractors; simplifying the process and conserving your valuable time.
The customer experience is one of the most important aspects of our job. Communication is key to achieving this. We seek to understand the needs and vision of our clients and deliver an outcome that dazzles.
Having an eye for design and a focus on listening, we work with homeowners to produce work we think you'll love. The job is not complete until you are satisfied. Contact us today and let us help you get that to do list done!
Honest, professional, christian and reliable.
Born in Erin Tennessee and raised there until moving to Knoxville TN to pursue a Bachelors Degree in business from the University of Tennessee. Upon returning to middle Tennessee entered Austin Peay State University and Murray State University obtaining a Masters in Management and an MBA.
Steven has alway been mechanically inclined and enjoyed the hands on work this job provides. After years of experience began his own business and has been serving the community ever since.
We have a responsibility to leave the world a better place. Steven's father was an optometrist for near 40 years, devoting his life to serving the community and those in need.
Steven began working with his father in 2000 and learned this business and how to build and run it. In 2007 Steven discovered the organization Onesight, who's mission is to help those less fortunate get eye care and eyewear.
He began traveling the world, both domestically and internationally with them and building optometry clinics in 2nd world countries that have the basic necessities and infrastructure to sustain the clinics.
Steven has spent a decade working with Onesight; building and supporting these clinics. Through Onesight over 9 million people have been afforded access to eyecare.
Steven's father was tragically killed in 2013. He continues to honor his father through participation with Onesight to build these clinics and train those in country how to maintain and operate them.
Visit www.onesight.org and see how you can help someone have the gift of sight.
Leave the world a better place
(Quicker method remember;)