New Handyman Services in Upper Merion Offer Help the Military Way

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Photo of Jerry Flanagan, founder of the JDog Franchises, courtesy of LinkedIn.

Following the success of his veteran-focused JDog Junk Removal & Hauling brand, Jerry Flanagan is starting an offshoot in Upper Merion centered on handyman services, writes Gary Puleo for The Times Herald.

JDog Handyman Services, which currently covers the King of Prussia and Main Line area, is offering help with all manner of home improvement projects, be it electrical issues or kitchen renovations. According to Flanagan, all of the work is done “the military way: with respect, integrity, and trust.”

Thanks to seed money provided by an angel investor, the new company is already testing the waters with a new van and tools.

“The junk removal grew extremely fast in just two years, so we came up with another idea to transition into another model, where veterans are welcomed into a home to do the work,” said Flanagan.

He said that the firm is now working on adding services throughout the Berwyn, Chesterbrook, and Paoli areas.

“I knew that I could build this model because consumers want to use a veteran-owned company” said Flanagan.

Read more about the new service in The Times Herald by clicking here.

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