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Wolverhampton Handyperson Service

This is a free city wide service to help get small odd jobs and repairs done. Eligibility criteria applies.

The Handyperson Service is provided by the City of Wolverhampton Council under its Home Improvement Service (WHIS).

For additional information regarding grants and loads that may be available for essential maintenance and to remove hazards from the home please visit the following link WHIS

Who can use the service

You qualify for the Handyperson Service if you:

  • are a resident of Wolverhampton and
  • are aged over 60 and
  • are on income related benefits and
  • you are an owner occupier

We may also be able to help if you: 

  • receive DLA/PIP or ESA and
  • are on income related benefits and
  • you are an owner occupier

What the service offers

Some examples of how the service can help are:

  • fitting draft proofing
  • repositioning furniture for easier access
  • fitting stair rails or changing fittings
  • fixing loose cables, floorboards and carpets
  • improving security on your doors and windows
  • small plumbing jobs

To discuss how we could help you please contact us.

Some services are free, some are paid. It depends on personal circumstances.

For further information please refer to the “Downloads” section of this page.

Who to contact

Contact Position
Customer Service Officer
Telephone
01902 551155
E-mail
whis@wolverhampton.gov.uk
Website
Wolverhampton Handyperson Service

Where to go

Name
City of Wolverhampton Council
Address
Civic Centre
St Peters Square
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
Postcode
WV1 1SH
Notes

Once contact has been made, a Customer Service Officer will visit you at your home and advise you about fee or paid services that may be avaiable to you.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and Saturday 9am to 1pm
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Session Information
Calls to the 01902 551155 are recieved by City Direct

Other Details

Record Last Updated on: 20/11/2017

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