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We have tracked the following product recommendations or mentions on Reddit and HackerNews. They can help you see what people think about HomeAdvisor and what they use it for.
  • Home remodeling in Vancouver will let you describe the work you want to do and then contractors will respond. I've had decent luck with this for the smaller, specific jobs. Just be prepared, they often start calling you IMMEDIATELY, so don't submit the request unless you're prepared to spend the next 30 minutes or so talking to the contracting companies. - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
  • Companies that can help remodel a small half bathroom?,, and sites like that may help. I agree with the earlier comment on using a handyman vs a larger firm. It's interesting at times to see how small things you might not anticipate can surface when you do even small jobs at home. - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
  • How To Get a Contractor That's Actually Reliable?
    First I tried going on to find a contractor and came away with nothing that looks good. - Source: Reddit / 9 months ago
  • [Rapoport] The #Buccaneers and Vita Vea have agreed to terms on a 4 year extension worth over $73 million. Deal negotiated by Collin Roberts of @rep1sports
    Costs about $5k to build an average brick wall per so I think it's safe to say the Bucs overpaid by about $72,995,000. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • End of season follow up to gutter cleaning business (I'm the guy who sold $650 in gutters in a weekend without knowing how to clean gutters)
    Consider using, it is free to list your business with them and they take a small percentage from any leads that come through them. I ran a small pool maintenance business and other than my website I only advertised with them. Got a lot of business through it. Good luck and keep up the good work! - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Qmerit Scam?
    Has anyone had experience yet with Qmerit? I have gotten two quotes from their installers, one for $2500 and one for $3000. My garage is attached to the house, next room over from the breaker box. With the promo from Chevy, they only cover $1200 of it. This seems like the installers are padding estimates. I checked on and they have the average cost coming in around $750, why are estimates from... - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Asbestos ceiling, help!
    Your only safe move is to contact a contractor who specializes in removal of asbestos. Depending upon where you live, they can be difficult to find and you may need to resort to using or - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • [landlord US-CA] hiring a handyman vs property manager
    For the OP looking for sources - skip facebook and especially craigslist. Try Angie's List (whatever the new name is), ask landlords in your area (there are various ways to find virtual or in person groups in your area), maybe get quotes via or a similar website, even get quotes via Lowes or HomeDepot for a project or two (you will pay more for that one project, but can find a contractor that you... - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • [landlord US-CA] hiring a handyman vs property manager
    I use for most things. once I find one I like, I like to keep them and give them incentive to continue building the relationship. but sometimes handymen get busy and you need a second option. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of HomeAdvisor

Over 50 Websites Like Thumbtack To Help Service Pros Find More Work
Read our full comparison of Angie’s List vs. Thumbtack vs. HomeAdvisor to see which one came out on top.
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HomeAdvisor also offers price and company comparisons, an educational resource center and there’s a HomeAdvisor app for frequent users.
37 Apps Like Thumbtack To Help You Pick Up More Work in Your Field
Thumbtack then emails information about the lead to service providers who offer that service within the selected area. It differs from sites like HomeAdvisor in that you only pay a fee (which varies by industry and goes up to $15) when you choose to send the potential customer a response.

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