If you own your own property, there would be some DIY jobs that you can attempt yourself. Doing your own DIY projects is a great way to keep your costs down. But you should be careful on the DIY projects that you attempt. Some home renovations are best left to the professionals. So what projects should you attempt;
Cleaning – Cleaning your home is a great way to refresh your surroundings. Remember to clean the walls, ceilings, skirting and the light fixtures. If you have a driveway, clean it using a high pressure hose.
Prep work – You can save money by doing the preparation work before you hire a professional. For example, if you are removing your carpets to polish and sand paper your wooden flooring, you could remove the carpet and sweep the floors before the tradesman arrives.
Painting – This is a DIY project that anyone can tackle. Start with buying a few paint products from any hardware.
Gardening – Creating a welcoming garden is a easy way to start a DIY project. Start with cleaning up and cutting bushes and trees. A power hose is useful to clean out moss and grime from garden paths, walls and pots.
Kitchen and Bath DIY’s – Clean up your kitchen and bath by cleaning the dirt and grime on the tiles. You could use a “grout pen”, available at any hardware store.
DIY projects you should avoid include plumbing, electrical work, structural changes, polishing or sanding floors using machinery or installing a kitchen.