When something needs to be fixed at home, it can sometimes be hard to decide if you can tackle it yourself or if you’ll need to get a professional in. This often depends on your skill-set but generally there are some jobs best left to the professionals. You also don’t want to waste money if it’s a job you can do yourself. Find out more in the infographic.
Home improvement can be costly. Renovating a space that is less than 1,000 square feet can cost up to $18,000. Improving an older home can cost even more, especially if the plumbing, wiring, and other features are not up to current standards. If you are moving around a certain budget for home improvement, careful research and planning, as well as creativity and resourcefulness can come in handy.
The cost of energy is not getting cheaper and likely will be taking a larger part of your paycheck in the near future. Did you know that there are many rebates available that can save you thousands of dollars, reduce your energy costs and support home renovations? Now is the time to take a good look at your furnace, insulation and other renovations you have been putting on the back burner. You shouldn’t pass up the variety of grants that may be available to you and yours.
If you are considering a home renovation in the near future it’s best to be prepared. A poorly planned renovation can lead to big headaches. Be smart with your time and money by following these tips.