Category Archives: General

Furnace Inspection > Furnace Problem

Mother Nature is starting to chill and winter is not far away. If you haven't already, you're likely to turn on your furnace very soon. Before you fire up your furnace at home and in your rentals think about a preventative maintenance check and filter change for your HVAC mechanicals. We recommend furnace inspections be done each Fall and Spring, prior to the heavy use seasons. These inspections are inexpensive and can be worth their weight in gold should they save you from a major HVAC problem. Besides the obvious benefits of preventative maintenance, these bi-annual inspections also help increase the lifespan of your major mechanicals. Don't hesitate to contact Campus Handyman for any help with your HVAC systems.

Showing Your Rentals To Your Leads

Campus Handyman is the #1 home maintenance services provider in Columbus. But besides repairing and maintaining your homes, we can also help you keep them leased.

By using Campus Handyman as an Agent for your leasing appointments, you can be sure you never miss a single lead!

If you need help showing your homes, do not hesitate to contact us. You set the appointment and our Agent will meet your leads at your rentals to show them around.

Many of our out-of-state clients are able to keep their buildings well maintained and fully leased without ever setting foot in Ohio, let alone Columbus!


Help Make Our Neighborhoods Safer

We received the email below from one of our clients and we couldn't be happier to do as much as possible to help increase the resources used to fight crime around Ohio State.

Please reach out to the local police departments and voice your concern. You can quickly & easily contact them via email, Facebook, Twitter, or a phone call.

Dear Campus Handyman:

The reports that there have recently been multiple break-ins and serious armed robberies around the Ohio State campus are disturbing.

We'd like your help in passing along contact information for both the OSU Police as well as the Columbus Division.