D.I.Y. or Hire a Pro

Whether you do it yourself or hire a professional, there needs to be a plan. Renovating your kitchen, bath or adding a new deck each has it’s own outline for completing the project. Professional Service
As a home owner you need to be mindful of environmental hazards…dust, fumes and toxic materials. You will also need to be aware of physical hazards on the job site. Protective gear will help…footwear, eyewear, dust mask and gloves all have a place in keeping you safe. Now that you are dressed for the job, time to go to work. The only things to worry about now are…water & gas lines, electrical wiring, and the structure itself.

For the average do-it-yourself handyman, the scope of most renovations is rather large. There are all sorts of information to help you out, thanks to home improvement shows, websites and magazines. But…before you venture forth upon a journey of home rebuilding ask yourself a few simple questions:

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  • Do you have a plan…start to finish?
  • Do you have a realistic timeline to complete the job?
  • Do you have the necessary skills needed?
  • Do you own the tools and equipment needed?
  • Are you familiar with the local building codes and permits needed?
  • Are you physically capable of completing the project?
  • Do you understand the safety parameters of the job?
  • Are you aware of the hidden costs associated with the project; your time, the tools needed, the inconvenience?
  • Your home is one of the biggest investments you will make. Many D.I.Y. homeowners overlook the quality and added value by hiring qualified professional contractors. The value of your home will be directly affected by sub-par quality. If you need the assurance of a qualified contractor, please take a look at some of our listed professionals or simply use the FREE ESTIMATE form, and let those contractors come to you.