When it comes to home improvements we feel there are something’s that should just be left to the professionals. Areas include, electrical work, plumbing, and any type of exterior work such as siding and roofing.
Keep in mind that there are walls that are structural and some that are not, and generally you won’t be able to tell just by standing in your home. Looking in the attic and crawlspace will help but lets just leave that up to the expert to find out.
Removing and installing countertops could be a very expensive if you’re trying to do it yourself, especially if you make a mistake with a quartz, granite or stone countertop.
Removing old flooring and replacing it isn’t as easy as it sounds, especially if you haven’t chosen a flooring that is the same thickness as the previous one. Thinner flooring will leave you with a gap between your floor and the baseboards. Thicker flooring will leave you with extra work removing all the baseboards to compensate. And I bet you didn’t’ consider re-leveling the floor before installing the new flooring.