But there are also many things you don’t know — those little unexpected things that can catch you off guard.
It might be something small, like not having the right tool, right materials, or while in the middle of your project you find something that also needs repaired.
Even if you’re not the DIY type, remember the last time something around the house broke, sprang a leak, or stopped working?
Remember the feeling in the pit of your stomach from not knowing if hiring a professional was the best choice or, if you did hire someone, not knowing whether they would provide you with the service you really needed?
Even it’s just a matter of making one more trip to the hardware store, all of these things are prolonging the job and keeping you from accomplishing your goals.
How many times have you stood in a home center or hardware store, facing a massive wall of products, and weren’t sure which product or tool was the right one for your project? If you’re like I once was, you probably ended up spending lots of time looking for help, or bought 5 or 6 different products hoping one of them would work.
Bottom line, what started out as a small do-it-yourself project turned into a 2-day ordeal consisting of, multiple trips to the hardware store, endless discussions with store employees, and time and money down the drain.
Now you can eliminate all that frustration and wasted time, because…
- Plan and prepare your projects — large or small — and make sure you have everything you need to safely and efficiently complete your project.
- Find and recommend the best tools and materials that fit within your budget.
- Provide you with helpful tips and advice to avoid problems before you start.
- Give you fast and reliable answers to YOUR specific DIY project questions.
- Even if you never plan on doing a DIY project yourself, I can give you the insight and knowledge you need to hire a professional with confidence.
No more worrying about looking for answers in books, that never seem to cover your specific problem, or wasting your time (not to mention gas) making extra trips back and forth to the local home center.