Honey Homes Expands Bay Area Footprint Into Marin County

August 23, 2023

From our Lafayette, CA roots, Honey Homes has steadily expanded across the San Francisco Bay Area as we replace the hassle of home upkeep and maintenance with the peace of mind and convenience our complete membership service delivers to homeowners.

Homeowners enjoy the confidence that at least once a month, their dedicated handyperson who knows the ins and outs of their home will tackle the top items on their to-do list. From hanging photos to paint touch ups to installing light fixtures, dozens of home upkeep and maintenance needs can be accomplished by our expert team. And for tasks that require a licensed specialist, Honey Homes will make an introduction with a vendor in our trusted third party network.  

Over 900 members have been delighted along the way, including Walnut Creek homeowner Jennifer Leed: “A neighbor suggested we try Honey Homes and we fell in love with the service. We signed up for a yearly membership and have already had nearly 30 tasks accomplished in just a few months. Once we realized how many home needs Honey Homes could address for us, it was hard to imagine how we would ever tackle our to-do list any other way!”

Today we’re excited to announce our map of coverage has grown: Honey Homes is now available north of the Golden Gate Bridge for homeowners in the following Marin County communities:

  • Corte Madera
  • Larkspur
  • Mill Valley
  • San Rafael
  • Sausalito
  • Tiburon

With the expansion, Honey Homes is now accessible to nearly every suburban single family household in the Bay Area. For a flat fee starting at $167 / month, homeowners can exchange the stress of keeping up with an endless to-do list with the joy that comes from more fully enjoying their home with family and friends.

We look forward to growing our team of locally-based tradesworkers and bringing joy to homeowners in the North Bay.

Interested in learning more? Schedule a complimentary walk-thru with a handyperson today at www.honeyhomes.com!

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