Yes, launching a home improvement project can be intimidating. It’s hard to know where to begin, what to do yourself and what to hire out. But there is a tremendous opportunity for those who are willing to invest a little thought, time, and effort…plus a little cash. I’m not talking about major remodels, either—far from it. Unlike popular TV shows like A&E’s “Flip This House” in which houses are often gutted, most of my projects have involved simply updating an outdated home or turning an unfinished home into something that feels more like a finished estate property.
I know—you are probably worried about the expenses. After all, you likely already have a tidy sum tied up in your home. And you might be thinking about that old adage about not putting all your eggs in one basket.
Well, I’m here to tell you that you can do some very effective
improvements for very little cost. And if you want to go ahead and open up the wallet a bit more, you can do some amazing things with a modest investment.
Through my various projects, I have accumulated a lot of expertise on many aspects of home remodeling & design. Starting with no prior training, I now can do things like free-hand paint tight lines and create textured looks, install light fixtures, curtains and blinds, and plant shrubs. And my husband has become adept at diverse projects like installing sinks, faucets, electrical outlets and switches, and laying sod. If we can do it, so can you!
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When I got started on my first home improvement project, I had no previous training or experience all. But I did have:
- the interest to keep learning—starting with a paint brush
- the willingness to make some mistakes as part of the learning process
- the desire to achieve a nicer home than I could afford
Then, each positive experience helped instill the confidence, expertise, and passion to take my well-earned profit and move on to another home
Believe me when I say that you can do it, too!
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