Home, Cottage and Business Handywoman Services

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Handywoman offering handyman services in North Frontenac

Handywoman Opens Shop in Fernleigh

News article on Tammy Watson in The Frontenac News January 2020.


Getting Your To Do List Done

Offering insured handywoman services for your home, cottage or business - for jobs that don't need a contractor but are otherwise too complicated or time consuming. Operating in North Frontenac, Central Frontenac and Addington Highlands.


Services at a Fair Price

Whether you need a minor repair, painting, or to check off a list of honey-dos, I can deliver professional skills at a fair price. It is my highest priority to get the job done right the first time on every assignment. 


Individualized Repair Options

Tammy will provide a full consultation to explain available options so that you can choose the service that’s right for your home, cottager or business. I strive  to meet your project's needs and also to prevent potential problems in the future. 


Tammy Watson, Handywoman

Tammy has an in-depth knowledge of numerous computer programs and software applications, an exceptional customer service standard, a keen eye to see how things could be, a love of tools and an innate ability to fix things. Tammy is a retired provincial Investigator and has always been the person to fix things whether those things were consumer legal rights or to assemble and repair items around the home. Tammy demonstrated her passion for working with tools and building things early on while in middle school by being the first girl to win the City of North Yorks Shop Award. Most recently she has been putting her skills to good use renovating and repairing her 80-year old home and out-buildings. Tammy is also a certified crochet instructor and former Weight Watchers Leader after losing, and maintaining a 180 lb weight loss.



Proud to be located in Frontenac and to be part of the Frontenac Ambassador program.

COVID-19 Protocol


Just like everyone in the world, I've had coronavirus on my mind quite a bit lately. If someone would have told me less then 3 months after starting a new business that a pandemic would halt society as we know it I may have had second thoughts about starting that business. But start it I did and quite frankly, I have truly enjoyed it. I am quite thankful and fortunate everyone in my household have remained symptom free.  I am confident the handywoman service will continue to be needed as the fact that people are in their homes even more now will probably increase the amount of repairs needed. Plus, homeowners may be less willing to live with broken things in the home since they now spend nearly 100% of their time there. I have turned my mind to how I will mitigate damage once I do return to offering services and will now be adhering standardized protocols. I intend to return to providing service as soon as the Province removes the Essential Workplace restrictions.

Protocols I will be implementing when I resume service to protect myself, my client and my community will be:


  • Disinfect tools and equipment after each use
  • Disinfect interior and exterior of truck where handled
  • Regularly washing/sanitizing hands
  • Wear latex gloves when appropriate
  • Keep 6 foot personal distance
  • Install only items I purchase and provide
  • Utilize socially awkward salutations and departures (no handshake).

Contactless service

  • Provide electronic invoices and receipts
  • Accept electronic payments
  • Not provide business cards

Residential & Business Services

  • Provide exterior service 
  • Provide interior service if occupants are not in a category of required self-isolation as outlined by the municipal or provincial Government or Public Health, and there are no flu-like symptoms present by any occupant.  

Protocols and Services subject to change as required.

Thank you,

Tammy Watson