As a homeowner, it is very tempting to try and save money when it comes to home improvements projects. While a great number of home improvements are completely doable on your own, there are many others that could result in injury, death, or damage to that very thing you are trying to improve. Just because you have secured the proper permits, watched a few YouTube videos on DIY wiring or attended your local hardware store’s plumbing seminar, does not mean you are ready to go it alone! Thousands of Americans end up in the emergency room annually as a result of home improvement gone wrong, or have to pay more to have the job completed by a professional General Contractor after an unsuccessful attempt at home improvement. Unless you have the skill sets required, many home improvement scenarios are better left to a qualified contractor.
Thinking about knocking out a wall or two to create a more open floor plan? Even if you consult your home’s blueprints and successfully identify the non-load bearing walls, resist the temptation to swing that sledgehammer! The chances for costly mistakes are too great. What if you knock through a pipe or damage your home’s wiring? This is a job for a licensed contractor. A project of this size may also require permits and a professional will be able to help you navigate the permitting process.
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