Need a job doing? Why not hire London’s pedal powered work force (exclusive 10% off)

Green work force London handyman flyer

What’s the typical image of a handyman? Someone who tells you they’ll turn up between 10am at 4pm and turn up at 5pm, ums and ahs and then provides you with a highly inflated price which you grudgingly agree to because you need to get the job done.

What if someone turned up on time, on a specially modified cargo bike filled to the brim with tools, was friendly, gave you a fair price and expertly fixed everything quickly whilst not leaving any mess behind?

That’s the sort of London Handyman service Green Work Force is providing, with a strong focus towards being carbon neutral. That gets plenty of nods of agreement from cyclists. Scoring extra points, is the way the company offers reduced rates to UK charities.

To celebrate 3 years of success, Green Work Force has been nice enough to offer London Cyclist readers 10% off. So if shelves need fitting, walls need painting or electrical work needs doing, in the office or at home, then now would be a good time to give them a call on 020 3291 1298. To get 10% off simply quote London Cyclist.

Bit more background to Green Work Force..

  • Started in 2008 by William Mobsby a resident of Hackney
  • All work comes with a one year guarantee
  • Covers central London (click here to see areas covered)
  • Employs only the best handymen who take pride in their work

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3 Responses to Need a job doing? Why not hire London’s pedal powered work force (exclusive 10% off)

  1. James 22/09/2011 at 2:04 pm #

    Not sure they can claim to cover all of central London if they only cover one postcode area south of the river.

    • el-gordo 22/09/2011 at 3:49 pm #

      I may be wrong but I don’t think there is any definition for ‘central’ London.

      The centre of London was always measured from a point on the south side of Trafalgar Square (where the statue for King Charles I stands now). If that is still the case then I guess, technically, they do cover all of central London if they cover that postcode!!

      • Andreas 23/09/2011 at 6:59 am #

        There’s a tiny plaque next to the statue on that island that marks the centre. Of course it is up to debate where the centre is. (The London stone is another frequently thrown round suggestion).

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