Work done by KDR Property Services

Welcome to KDR Property Services: Handyman and Property Maintenance Services

Do you need a handyman to help with jobs around your home? Do you need help with regular maintenance, repairs or maybe a bigger job such as tiling or building a deck?

Are you a property manager, landlord or real estate agent with a property you need to get ready to show or sell? Does the property need repairs? Or is the garden overgrown and in need of clearing?

If you are looking for an affordable, high quality and pro-active handyman service...

...we can help!

We have a wide range of experience and expertise in interior and exterior home maintenance. We are dedicated to bringing you results that are affordable, delivered on time and to your complete satisfaction. We will not stop until you tell us everything is just right.

We pride ourselves on working efficiently and we clean up after ourselves!

We depend upon repeat business and positive word of mouth referrals. As a result our focus is on establishing a long term relationship with our customers.

Our services include just about anything you do not have the time or the skills to do yourself. We are happy to help with even the smallest of jobs.

Our clients include individuals, corporate bodies, strata managers and a local Parish.

Our principal, Kevin, has a trade background and is a qualified Cabinet Maker. He also holds Occupational Health and Safety certification. So you know your job is in good hands!

Don't delay any longer. Call or email us today!

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Home Handyman Tip of the Month - Painting

  1. Preparation is Critical
    • Move anything out of the room that might get in the way and remove all hardware and fixtures.
    • Wipe down the walls with sugar soap.
    • Fill and sand any cracks or imperfections.
    • Use masking tape to tape off areas to be painted. This will ensure you get a nice straight line and you don't cross over onto an area you don't want painted.
  2. Paint from the Top Down
    • This way you can catch any drips and it won't ruin a freshly painted wall.
  3. Thin Coats are Better Than Thick
    • It's far more effective to put a small amount on the brush or roller and use long, even strokes to apply thin coats.
  4. Paint the Trim Last