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Question DetailsAsked on 11/4/2015

What type of service provider can help me finish a shed? Most handymen I've contacted say the job is too big.

I have a shed project that was started two years ago and needs to be finished; I've run out of time and helpers. It's ~200 SF. The walls are framed and I started framing the roof with a friend, but we hit a road block, got busy, and haven't finished. Now after two years of sitting in the weather, it probably needs some additional work in addition to having the roof framed. Ready to hire someone who can finish it, but two separate contractors have no-showed, and the handymen I've called say the job is too big for them. What type of service provider is right for this job? It seems small and easy, shouldn't take more than a day or two.

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Builders - Garages and Sheds if a large job. If simple and just more than you can handle, for a day or two as you say, then a Carpenter - Framing (who may or may not also be willing to do the roofing).

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