Hello and Thank you for visiting All Pro Handyman Omaha.
We are proud to be a small business with an emphasis on family. With over 20 years of experience we boast an extensive resume of knowledge and craftsmanship. We have yet to encounter a problem we couldn’t solve. We believe in making sure our customers get the best value for their dollar. Customer service is a constant before, during and after your job is done and that you are satisfied. We work diligently to provide our customers with affordable and timely service.
We started our careers refinishing decks, and broadened our scope of services through continued education learning the many skilled trades that populate our resume today. I have worked alongside my younger brother Kevin for 20 years. He has a degree in art and handles all the drywall patching, wall and paint repair. He can blend in the ceilings that have blown throw from water leaks or punched through by an angry teenager. He also has a good knack for repairing wood that was scratched or gouged. Filling the wood and staining it isn’t enough. Often times he will have to take his special pens and actually draw in the missing grain onto the filler, so the finish product looks perfect. He also handles the texturing of concrete countertops on our outdoor kitchens.
We are a family-based company. There’s nothing better than investing a Saturday afternoon tickling my 3-year-old son or sitting on the bank catching fish. We understand the importance of family and work hard to accommodate your family’s needs as well. I often schedule appointments in the evening or on weekends because we understand that our homeowners need to work during the day.
Lastly about myself. My name is Kris Arnold. I have worked in the construction industry most of my life. My favorite thing to build is decks and outdoor kitchens. My personal time is spent in the gym or wrestling with my kids. Assembling legos with my son watching while sitting on my back. Then watching him struggle through assembly by himself. Pausing to patiently go back and find that one little step we missed.