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Fix up your “man cave” for football season!

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Are you ready for some football?  This is the time of year when both college and professional teams take over weekend television; if you can’t get to a game in person, make sure you have a space in your home dedicated to watching this exciting national pastime!

To create your man cave, you can start from scratch, or just create some fun projects to tune up your basement, den, or extra garage space with a special viewing area, your favorite paint colors (you can even get paints in official NFL team colors!), built-ins, and an area with a bar or small kitchen.

Mr. Handyman of Wheaton-Hinsdale has great ideas, along with the professional skills, to create a terrific space for watching football and other sports.  They can install flooring, lighting, sound systems, and large flat-screen televisions to enhance your sports-watching experience.  They can also create a walk-up bar or kitchen so you always have food and beverages on hand.

Mr. Handyman can add walls to create a smaller man-cave out of a larger basement or garage space, and can add a bathroom if needed.  The ideas are endless!

On a slightly smaller scale, Mr. Handyman can build shelving and custom display cases to hold all your sports memorabilia from your favorite teams.  Popular decorating ideas for man caves include displays for football helmets, signed jerseys, footballs, and special photos and posters.

“One client asked us to help him figure out how to display all his signed baseball bats he’d collected over the years,” said Wayne Onczarak, owner of Mr. Handyman of Wheaton-Hinsdale.  “We came up with a custom rack that held them all, and the finished product was incredible!”  To get ideas to create your own space dedicated to all things sports, please contact:

Mr. Handyman of Wheaton-Hinsdale

245 W. Roosevelt Road #69

West Chicago, IL

Phone:  630-657-0378

www.mrhandyman.com

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