There is nothing worse than when damage strikes and there is no one around to fix it. If you find yourself in a similar situation, worry not, as Snag Doctor is here to help. Snag Doctor is a franchise that can be found all across the UK, including Worcester. We specialise in all things repair-related and can fix just about any issue you may have. In today’s article, we are going to cover everything you need to know about Worcester’s handyman: Mark Everitt. From the areas he covers to the services he provides, we will be covering it all in this article today. By the end of this article, if you are a resident of Worcester and you require a repair of any kind, you will know who to call. Let’s get straight to it!

Areas That Mark Covers:

  • Worcestershire
  • Herefordshire
  • Dudley

And any surrounding WR, HR, and DY postcodes.

Services That Mark Offers:

  • Kitchen unit repair
  • Tile repair
  • Door repair
  • Brick tinting
  • Stone and brick repair
  • Stone restoration
  • Window frame repair
  • Worktop repair
  • Kitchen, bath, and WC repair

Surfaces That Mark Can Repair:

  • Baths, sinks, and shower trays
  • Brick and stone
  • Kitchen units and doors
  • Wooden floors
  • Tiles
  • Worktops

Mark is a dedicated technician who works by the logic: Why replace it when you can just repair it? Not only do the repairs here at Snag Doctor save you money, but they also save you precious time. There is no job ever too difficult for Mark, whether that be a brick tinting service, where state-of-the-art technology is used to colour match, or perhaps a window frame repair job, he can do it all.

If you are from the Worcester area and require a repair, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Mark today. He is friendly and eager to assist customers with all their repair needs. You can call Mark on his personal mobile to schedule a repair at 07359673282. Or you can email him at worcester@snagdoctor.co.uk.

Days and Times That Mark Works:

  • Monday-Friday: 08:00-17:00
  • Saturday: 08:00–12:00
  • Sunday: closed