Who says models are just pretty faces who don't know how to do anything? That description doesn't apply to the crew at Hott... More
Who says models are just pretty faces who don't know how to do anything? That description doesn't apply to the crew at Hott and Handy, a handyman service that sends male models to clients' homes and offices to perform tasks such as building furniture, painting and installing wallpaper. ``Built'' profiles some of the company's employees -- including co-owner Shane Duffy, a model and veteran of the war in Afghanistan who got the idea for the company several years ago when a client called him ``hot and handy'' while doing handyman work between modeling gigs -- as the five-man crew tackles a home makeover project by helping clients with remodeling challenges. Assisting the crew is interior designer and home stylist Kim Gieske, herself a former model.