What services are offered?
SSH offers a variety of unique and helpful services limited only by your imagination. Please click on Services in the menu above to get a detailed list of services we offer. If there is a service you need that isn’t listed, please contact us and we’ll do our best to assist you.
What are Second Set of Hands’ operating hours?
Always open. Evening, week-end and holiday hours are available and may have extra fees associated with these times.
How can I become a customer?
Simply contact us to schedule a free 15-minute consultation in which we can discuss your individual needs.
How much do the services cost?
Prices vary depending upon the type and duration of services you request. Please contact us for a free estimate so that we can accurately assess your needs.
How do I request services?
You can request services from SSH in three ways. Cindy will process your request directly in person, or you may contact the office at 515-344-8631; and finally you may send an email via our Contact page with details of your request. After receipt of your service request, SSH will call or e-mail (whichever you specify) you to confirm the details of your appointment.
How much notice is needed for a request for service?
All services require a 24-hour notification prior to the rendering of services. Requests are taken on a first come first serve basis.
What if I can’t give a 24-hour notice for a service request?
Emergency service request is available if we have a free team member. Note: There may be extra fees associated with same day service and emergency requests.
How do I cancel an appointment with SSH?
Call, text or e-mail us with 72 hours notice to cancel an appointment.
How do I pay for services?
All payments are due at time of service, cash or check.
Will you tell other people about the services you provide me?
All of the services you receive from SSH are confidential, unless you authorize us to discuss your services with a third party.
What services will SSH NOT perform?
SSH will not perform any service that’s illegal, unethical, or poses a danger to any person or property, and further reserves the right to decline any request for service in its sole discretion.