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TMCNet:  ABC Home & Commercial Services' Austin Branch Now Offering a Discount on Half-Day Handyman Services

[December 21, 2012]

ABC Home & Commercial Services' Austin Branch Now Offering a Discount on Half-Day Handyman Services

Austin, TX, Dec 21, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- A homeowner in need of a handyman in Austin should look no further than ABC Home & Commercial Services of Austin. The company schedules full-day and half-day blocks to perform residential handyman jobs.

Typical jobs include leak repair, gutter cleaning, deadbolt lock installation, carpentry work, caulking, plaster repair, and so much more. Even homeowners in Austin with remodeling needs can depend on remodeling services available through the company. ABC Home and Commercial Services promises to complete these jobs in a timely manner without sacrificing quality.

For more information and to access this special deal, visit the ABC Austin coupon page here: http://www.abchomeandcommercial.com/austin/about/coupons.php.

About ABC Home & Commercial Services: ABC Home & Commercial Services has been providing quality products and services to residential and commercial properties since 1949. ABC Home & Commercial Services currently has Texas offices in Austin, Bryan/College Station, Dallas-Ft.Worth, Houston and San Antonio. The current owners and operators of these branches maintain the same firm commitment to service and quality that has prompted Texans to look to ABC Home & Commercial Services for residential and business needs.

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