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It’s a decision every homeowner will face at some point — whether to complete a project yourself or hire a contractor.
The Home Improvement Research Institute estimates that ⅔ of home improvement projects last year were completed on a do-it-yourself basis. The most common DIY projects include interior painting and landscaping.
Lots of people think it’s more frugal to do the work yourself. However, this isn’t always the case. Let’s go over some considerations for deciding when to tackle a job yourself, and when to leave it to an expert.
Whether you’re building a new home or updating an existing one, you have lots of options when it comes to siding.
Choosing a quality material impacts many things including energy efficiency, curb appeal and, ultimately, the value of your property. Some criteria to consider are ease of installation, durability and appearance.
But which one is best for your project? To help you decide, we’ve put together a summary of several common exterior siding materials.
Looking for a new home can be an exciting time, but also a stressful one.
That’s because there are so many decisions to make. Besides location, there are the must-haves you need, the nice-to-haves you want, and of course, the price.
You must also determine whether building a new home or purchasing an existing one makes the most sense. While there is no single right answer for everyone, there are potential advantages and drawbacks for each of these options.
Here are some of the most important considerations to help you decide.VIEW ALL NEWS
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