When it comes to DIY projects, some are best left to the Pros.
Carpet, Tile or Wood Flooring
Unless you're handy and own the tools of the trade, the precision work it takes to lay down carpet or wood flooring is best left to a tradesperson. Tile work is especially challenging because grout lines are hard to align.
Building and hanging cabinets demands expertise in the craft - and patience. DIYers ofter get fed up, resulting in ill-fitting work.
Outlets & Light Fixtures
Beyond the danger of electrocuting yourself, untrained dabblers face a real possibility of burning down the house.
Especially with vinyl siding, installers must follow exact instructions to ensure a water tight fit. Failure to do so can mean an insurance company denies your water damage claim.