When setting out to complete home projects, prepare for additional work

Nathan Law

Have you ever set out to do some home repair, maintenance or project and you have one of the oops moments when you did something that created more work? It happens all the time, and the huge Big Box home retailers earn millions of dollars when homeowners make mistakes on one project […]

Have you ever set out to do some home repair, maintenance or project and you have one of the oops moments when you did something that created more work? It happens all the time, and the huge Big Box home retailers earn millions of dollars when homeowners make mistakes on one project that causes another project. 

The No. 1 reason why one project will lead to another project is that the homeowner is doing the first project in what I call “the blind”. Maybe, you started the project and you did not understand the product being used or the complete scope of the project? Or it could be you didn’t take the time to plan your project out completely.

More Around the House:Buy the right treated lumber for your next project

Next Post

Catherine Fulvio's tips on getting kids into the kitchen

If you are looking for ideas to keep kids busy this summer, I have a couple of projects for them this week!Time spent in the kitchen allows children to let their creative juices flow – the trick is getting them to clean up afterwards! But a fun, stimulating cooking afternoon […]