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Odd Jobs Rob wants to help people with new business

Business is ready to help people with a variety of tasks around the house.
From left, Robert Stewart and his soon-to-be wife Chrissy enjoy the small jobs.

ARCOLA - Robert Stewart and his soon-to-be wife Chrissy moved to Arcola on the Labour Day long weekend last year. They have two adult children and one grandson.

His mom and stepfather manage the Chaparral in Arcola and since they are getting older, he felt the need to be closer to them so he could help them out with small repairs that they are no longer able to complete.

Stewart and his partner moved to Arcola from Swift Current, although Stewart was born and raised in Saskatoon and Chrissy was a farm girl from Sturgis.

Stewart has a background in construction and even took a year apprentice for electrical work.

Upon moving to Arcola, the pair helped his parents with repairs such as replacing light fixtures and taps.

They are willing to do the odd jobs, and this is where the name Odd Jobs Rob came from.

They can paint the interior of homes, replace small windows, tile bathrooms and tackle any odd jobs that are available.

Stewart feels the need to help people with the odd jobs that no one else wants to do or has the time for.

According to Stewart, people often start a project and get halfway through it to realize they cannot finish it, and this is where he comes into play.

This team want to do the small jobs that the large contractors do not have time for, said Stewart.

Stewart also did some landscaping and maintenance for several years.

He considers himself a jack of all trades and looks forward to a busy year.

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