Handyman business caters to elderly, disabled

Business owner Chase Cornia says his new community-service driven company is designed to provide valuable and needed services with respect, integrity and an aim to improve the safety and dignity of seniors and disabled residents.

On KVNU’s Crosstalk show Tuesday, Cornia , who is a licensed general contractor, says he calls his Aspen Care Services a one-stop shop for home maintenance, repairs and improvements.

“Because of a charity I’ve been involved in, Warriors Legacy Foundation, we’ve noticed quite the need, and within my own family just the need for basic services,” Cornia explained.

Cornia continued by saying that Aspen Care Services can “fix a leaky faucet, clean the carpets, mow the lawn, (provide) light concierge service, all the way to a bathroom remodel, a walk-in bathtub, fix a roof.”

Cornia said because of the business model he has established the services can be provided for 25 percent of the cost of the average handyman service. Cornia said his business primarily helps the elderly and the disabled who don’t have family nearby to help with every day home repairs.

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