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A Master's Hands, LLC

Founded in 2008, A Master’s Hands is a full-service handyman and remodeling services contractor with 30 years of experience in all areas of remodeling, maintenance and construction services, including anything from electrical, plumbing, drywall, carpentry, trim work, and gutter cleaning to complete kitchen, bath and basement remodeling. AMH installs windows and doors; performs landscaping work; sprinkler system repairs; masonry, roofing and fence repairs; shelving and organization projects; general maintenance – essentially anything their clients may need. A Master’s Hands is a one-call solution – no job is too small to consider. Located in Littleton Colorado, AMH is fully licensed as a Class-C General Contractor and fully insured -- we're committed to 100% client satisfaction.

The company’s team of field technicians is highly skilled, with decades of practical experience. Protect your investment in your home or place of business while making it more comfortable by repairing or replacing broken items or by enhancing your home through remodeling projects. A Master’s Hands was named Business of the Year by The West Chamber, and received the Golden Ethics in Business Award in 2013.

At AMH, the most important goal each day is delivering on the company’s mission statement, which begins with this foundation: “We seek to serve each client as though we’re serving the Lord (per Colossians 3:17 & 3:23).” AMH knows that clients have a choice regarding whom they invite into their homes or places of business, and thus the company strives to demonstrate integrity in all they do in serving their clients. Visit the website at or call 720-468-3225.

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