Helping Hands Handyman began with Raquel and Rogelio creating crosses out of wood and wire to sell at the El Paso Downtown Farmers Market. When Raquel saw that Rogelio was a talented craftsman, they thought to use his gifts to serve their community and so Helping Hands Handyman was created in 2011.
Not only do they repair and maintain residential and commercial properties, if there is anything a person wants assembled/installed their team can put it together easily. Helping Hands Handyman will build things for clients such as sheds and every estimate is provided free of cost.
Raquel has this message for her fellow clients and El Pasoans, "Our Mission is SIMPLE -- to be honest ethical and transparent to provide exceptional professional service. We support our community and our commitment is to continue to Lead in our industry with our Community's demand. Our WHY? Our passion is to Help our community one by one."
In 2018 they began Helping Hands of HOPE, a non-profit that collaborates with Operation HOPE, to install grab bars and wheelchair ramps to the less fortunate free of cost. This is just another way that Raquel and Rogelio show commitment to bettering their community and thanking God for his blessings.