Brian is a hard worker. We have used Brian for packing, moving, landscape work and driving. Most of all, he is reliable and thoughtful.
Brian Keeler has always thrived on being the “go-to” guy when family, friends and co-workers need a helping hand. Their encouragement and his commitment to aiding others led to the creation of Brian Will Help You LLC.
Brian is essentially the personal assistant you do not need to have full time, but is available to help with a variety of tasks. With Brian’s kind, patient, nurturing demeanor and his reputation for reliability, his business quickly took off.
Recommend Brian to others who need help.
“It has been my pleasure to employ Brian Keeler for a number of tasks and he performs every one with professionalism and expertise. I have known Brian for over 15 years and cannot recommend him highly enough. Whatever your needs, Brian will find a way to meet AND exceed them.” Steve N.
“I recommended Brian to a friend of mine and he came up to me last week and thanked me profusely for the wonderful recommendation saying that Brian Keeler was exactly what he needed, what a great job he did and how he had already passed his information on to others!”Amy Z.
Trust and rely on Brian.
“Brian helps without complaining – something I am unaccustomed to – he came to the rescue last week & I will be contacting him again soon – sooooo glad he is doing this – Thanks Brian!” Maura K.
“Brian was there when I really needed him. He was willing to do whatever I needed. I look forward to having him back!” Jan H.
“It was helpful having Brian’s trusty ‘boots on the ground’ taking care of our condo while we were away. He was also responsive when some unexpected issues arose. Thanks Brian!” Judith S.
Depend on Brian for help with both businesses and home projects.
“I am a professional organizer and help people downsize and pack their belongings for international shipping. During two of my client’s moves, I – myself had an opportunity to move into a condo and had full construction done on it. Several times, I would need help moving the contents of one locker to a temporary locker to another temporary locker to a permanent locker. Sometimes I needed super late hours because I didn’t want to dominate the elevator during day time hours. Brian didn’t insist on a minimum set of hours – like so many others do – and would come help me move things around for one hour or 4-5 hours, and he would try hard to fit into my weird schedule. Some days I had several different tasks all lined up, Brian doesn’t complain, just does the work with a cheerful attitude, even suggesting a better work-flow once he understood what I had planned. Once he came over just to lift a big heavy piece of wrapped furniture in storage to help me photograph water damage for insurance purposes. I would highly recommend Brian because whatever the task – Brian WILL help you!” Devorah H.
“Brian Keeler has helped me on several occasions and is always easy to work with. Once we moved furniture around in my house. Other times have included dropping clothes and china off for fundraising, giving lots of books to my local public library for donation, and taking computer-related equipment in for recycling. He has also helped me with “seasonal” tasks, such as setting up outdoor furniture on the patio. He’s a great resource.” Sally C.
Brian is an active member of the Skokie Chamber of Commerce and a recipient of the Skokie Park District Exceptional Service Award. He loves to travel, but his heart belongs to the Chicago area.
Brian Will Help You LLC is insured.
Why does Brian love his business?
Because “I feel appreciated after every job.”
I engaged Brian to help me clear out my garage, organize my storage locker and rearrange the furniture in my apartment in advance of some decorating work I was having done. Brian was extremely helpful, and the work could not have been done without him. He was punctual and very eager to work. I highly recommend Brian for those tasks you find difficult, he’s truly a helper.
Brian did a very effective job cleaning out my garage and reorganizing the supplies and garden equipment. I have hired Brian at least twice and will continue to use his services. I can depend on Brian!
I am looking forward to helping you.
It is with great pleasure that I share with you the news of my new business – Brian Will Help You LLC. I am essentially the personal assistant you do not need to have full time, but who is available to help with a variety of tasks.
Do you need an extra hand:
- Moving boxes
- Dropping off items for charitable donations
- Running errands
- Helping with parties
- Tackling to do list
- Picking up/dropping off food for meetings and parties
- Picking up clothes from the cleaners
- Cleaning the garage
- Tackle storage unit chores
- Drop off electronics for recycling
- Clean patio furniture
- Helping with downsizing
- And more, just call and ask!
I was in the midst of moving overseas. My life was chaotic as we sorted through items to donate, sell, or store. Brian helped me bring items to my children’s school rummage sale. The school also requested that all parents volunteer time to work at the sale. I didn’t have any spare time to give, so I also hired Brian to be my “volunteer.” He helped other school volunteers drive around Evanston to pick up donation items. My parent friends said Brian was polite and hardworking all day long. Brian is a life saver!
We have used the services of Brian Will Help You LLC numerous times to shovel our driveway and to help move trees. He always arrives exactly when he says he will and does a thorough, neat job. We are so impressed with his services that we are planning to use him in the future for miscellaneous chores.
Last year two acts of God passed through my life. The first was a flooded basement. Ugh. The second act of God was finding Brian to do the clean up work. He was prompt, efficient, reliable, and did wonderful work at a reasonable price.
-Herb and Bobbie D.
Brian Keeler has helped me on several occasions and is always easy to work with. Once we moved furniture around in my house. Other times have included dropping clothes and china off for fundraising, giving lots of books to my local public library for donation, and taking computer-related equipment in for recycling. He has also helped me with “seasonal” tasks, such as setting up outdoor furniture on the patio. He’s a great resource.