Mark Fraser and Andrew Mackintosh
founded the Handyman service, Man With Dril,l in 1996. It was originally
conceived as a temporary means to fund their stay in the colony.
However, fourteen years later it still exists and is going strong. Mark and Andrew believe they were the original "handymen" to offer a service to Hong Kong's expats although many others have followed in their footsteps.
Man With Drill still offers the same high quality service at the same hourly rate! No job is too small! Man With Drill can handle everything from hanging pictures, putting up shelves, building IKEA furniture, installing locks, patching holes and much, much more!
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DIY advice about living in Hong Kong. For the new-comer, improving your home in Hong Kong can bring a whole new set of challenges. High humidity often causes dampness and mould problems. The language difference often adds to the difficulty of finding suitable shops and suppliers, and the uncertainty of where to receive trusted advice, along with working with the unique materials typically found in Hong Kong properties can all provide challenges and problems.
This site helps you to navigate through these unique challenges and provides you with tips and advice to save you time and money. Click on the links below to find out more