Gold: Nick Mascarenas, The Handy Guy

To be a good handyman, Nick Mascarenas says “the main thing is not being afraid to try anything. That’s how I learn.” Mascarenas, who struck out on his own six years ago, tackles jobs such as plumbing, roofing, framing, sprinkling systems. “I’ve been in the (handyman) field pretty much all my working career.” He says he can even cut your hair if you want, having graduated from barber
school in 1988.
Silver: Tommy Lopez , Appliance King
305 W. Northern Ave. 719-545-6472
Bronze: Joe Robida, Maxio Construction