Handyman Logos at just $5? That’s right

Whether you are just starting out or have been running your handyman business for a while, you need a professional logo if you want people to take you seriously. I don’t know what it is about handyman, but they have some of the worst looking logos I’ve ever seen. I think one of the biggest problems is most handymen like to do everything themselves. I’m speaking from experience here because I used to be the same way until I realized that there’s just a much better approach.

Don’t be afraid to hire people to do the things you’re not good

Let’s face it, you’re not a graphic designer. There’s no reason you should be trying to create your own logo when you can leave it up to professionals and I’ll show you how to get it dirt cheap. When I started my handyman business back in 2004, I paid somebody about $150 to design my logo for my business. I’m happy with the way it came out but now you can get it done even cheaper thanks to a website called fiverr.com.

Handyman logos for $5

If you’re on a budget, one of the best ways you can get a logo for your handyman business is to go find somebody to do it on fiverr.com. Fiverr is a website where people post what they’ll do for $5. You can find people to do all sorts of different things for five dollars one of them being creating a logo for your business.

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It sounds crazy, but for five dollars you can actually get a pretty nice looking logo created for your handyman business. I guarantee it’s much better than what you would create on your own. Check out the link above and don’t be afraid to try out a few people. At just five dollars you could try five different people and still get a great bargain on a handyman logo. There’s really no better way to get a logo at such a low cost.

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