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Scott of all Trades

Scott of All Trades' customers are confident in leaving their home and business projects to our skilled handymen and general contractor. Our team of licensed tradesmen and handymen is only a phone call away to serve clients in the Highlands, Louisville as well as many key towns and cities in Kentuckiana.

We can deal with everything from painting, electrical, and plumbing jobs, to remodeling and lawn maintenance. Each member of our team has extensive experience and knowledge in their trade, be it for household or commercial settings. Each worker goes through intensive screening such as background checks and drug test before they are admitted on the team.

You can have peace of mind that your projects will finish on time without compromising quality. This makes us different from other general contractors in the areas we service. We dedicate ourselves to quality workmanship, using our combined experience in the field. This helped us gain a reputation as one of the premier general contractors in the industry. We envision ourselves as leaders in the trade with our passion for quality and on-time service, and with our wide variety of solutions for everyone.

We stand for and practice honesty and excellence in every aspect of the job, starting from providing estimate until the project is complete. We only stop when the clients find satisfaction in what we do.

See why our past clients continue to entrust their projects to us. Call us today for a free estimate. We are more than happy to include you in our long list of satisfied and loyal clients.


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GuildQuality Partner Affiliations

  • Pella Certified Contractor

Other Affilations

  • BBB Accredited Business
  • Louisville Independent Business Alliance
  • National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI)

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