Give Dad What He Really Wants This Father's Day

Father's Day

Your dad has enough to-do items on his list. What he needs is someone to save him. What he needs is time! Time to take a lengthy nap instead of driving to the repair shop to get the car fixed. Time to take a class he's always wanted to take. Time to watch someone else mow the lawn. Time to spend with his family.

So give the man what he wants. Hire other professionals to do the stuff he doesn’t want to do and to help him do the stuff he does.

For the Man Who’s Always Done Too Much And Deserves A Break

A lifetime of being the "go-to" in the family. Here’s some ideas on how you can give him a break.

Effortless Car Repair

Instead of sending him off to the repair shop where he'll spend his entire morning waiting to get his car repaired, you can have Fiix send a fully-licensed, expert technician to the home to repair the car right then and there. This way, you'll get to spend more time with him doing something he wants to do.

Hire a Handyman

From changing light bulbs to hanging curtains to paint touch-ups to minor repairs, a professional can take care of everything on his to-do list. Save him valuable time! It would take him weeks to get around to it, but a professional can do it in a day. Just ask Jiffy On Demand!

A New HD TV

A high-definition TV is a must if he's trying to sit back, relax, and enjoy a good sports game. But the TV he has is probably dated. He’ll be probably be over the moon if you surprise him with a brand new TV!

Golf Lessons

Ok, so technically this won't let him enjoy that new TV you're going to get him, but the sacrifice might be worth it if he spends a bit of time improving his swing.

Cooking A BBQ Dinner

Most dad's love grilling, but sometimes it's just right to give him the night off and let him simply enjoy the food. Take some action and grill up a feast for him. Feel free to consult him, it'll be a good bonding time.

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