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A generational decline in DIY skills is a boon for the handyman franchise, a relatively recent phenomenon for this reason. Van-based and requiring neither office premises nor expensive equipment, franchisees are not encumbered with large start-up costs or overheads. Doing odd jobs like changing light fittings, putting up shelves or repairing dripping taps, a handyman need to have a wealth of technical skills. Did you know that a third of franchisees are already business owners?