Typically, paying a skilled Reno handyman can either be in flat-rate arrangement or charge by the hour. Since most handymen are not licensed and can only do basic and simple jobs, they are cheaper to hire than professional or licensed workers. Flat-rate charges can be applied to tasks that are pretty forthright. Examples are installation of furniture, fixing or changing faucet heads and installing lights, fans, and simple home electronics. A handyman in Reno can immediately estimate how long these sort of jobs can take them and what tools to use.