Starting a home repair business is a great way to get your feet wet as an entrepreneur. There is a fairly low barrier for entry because you can start out as a one-person operation and the cost to start up is low. A general home repair business focuses on small to medium-sized home repair needs. From appliances and plumbing, to electrical, windows, and doors, a home repair handyman has to be able to wear many different hats.

Since you are interested in starting a home repair business, you are probably handy and possess most of the skills required, or at least enough repair skills to get started. A common misconception most people have about this industry is that you need to have a ton of construction experience and know-how to do everything. This just isn’t so! If you have the desire to help people, can work well with your hands, and can solve common problems with a home, that’s all you really need.

Register for our 1-week course and start generating revenue!


Pay Now or Apply For Financing. Average monthly payments are $99. *Payments may be more or less depending on personal credit. Credit scores of 515+ have high approval chances. 

7-Day Workshop Activities

Day 1: Getting Started

• Is Being An Entrepreneur For You?
• Why Small Businesses Fail
• What Are The Similarities of Successful Entrepreneurs?
• Accessing Your Skills, Education, and Experience
• Finding a Niche
• Buying a Business
• Buying a Franchise
• Types of Business Organizations
• Regulations To Check Out
• Protecting Your Ideas

Day 2 & 3: Start My Business

• How To Start & Run Your Business
• Business Setup (DONE FOR YOU)

Day 4: Run My Business

• Product/Service Basics
• Trademark & Copyrighting
• Business Plan Outline
• Your Office Space: To Lease or Not?
• Tax Information
• Business Insurance
• Employer Considerations
• Finding Employees

Day 5: Fund My Business

• Finding The Money You Need
• How to Write a Loan Proposal
• How Will Your Loan Request Be Reviewed?
• SBA Loan Programs
• Government Contracting Assistance
• The Surety Bond Guarantee Program
• The Small Business Innovation
• Research Program (SBIR)
• Disaster Assistance
• Local Sources Of Assistance
• Funding Account Setup (DONE FOR YOU)

Day 6: Market My Business

• Marketing Basics
• Marketing Research
• Competitive Analysis
• Marketing Plan
• Advertising and PR
• The Advertising Campaign
• Fifteen Ideas For Promoting Your Company
• Twelve High-Impact Marketing Programs
• Target Market
• Marketing Account Setup (DONE FOR YOU)

Day 7: Software & Vendors

• Agilis Business Management & CRM
• Software Training
• Chat
• Calendar
• Database
• Pipelines
• Phones
• Payments
• Flows
• Tracks
• Vendor Lists Provided

***Day 1 starts on a Monday.

***Workshop times available 8am, 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, & 8pm EST.