The "People Power Family Superbook Book 11. Home Improvement/ Home Repair (DIY, How-to, Do Handyman Things Yourself)by Tony Kelbrat
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A home improvement job generally costs a good chunk of change. If you hire someone to do it, make sure they're professionally qualified and honest. There are plenty of rip-offs out there. Just watch the home repair scam TV shows where some guy goes around fixing inferior jobs by other contractors. Check the contractor out by typing his company name or personal name into the Better Business Bureau website.
Write up an exact plan of what you want done. Use pictures or draw pictures if you want so others know exactly the way you want it. If you have drawing software, you can draw your house plans on a computer.
Some things are not very practical to do. You can't just put a toilet anywhere because you have to hook it into the sewer pipe and put a vent in to go outside either through a wall or through the roof.
You can't sacrifice function for style. Wire, pipes and stuff have to be in a certain place in the house. It's tough to move walls but it's possible. You can't move the chimney though.
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