You must be aware of your own limitations, and be willing to hire a professional if needed. Here we will offer you some sound advice about which projects to tackle on your own, and when to call a professional.
Try using a sponge on your drywall. Use the sponge instead of sandpaper. Using a wet sponge can do as good of a job as sanding can. The benefit of using a sponge is that it doesn’t gather dust like sanding.
If expense is a factor, consider vinyl tiles instead of ceramic or stone. Vinyl is a strong substance that can stand up to water and can be easily installed thanks to adhesive backing. Vinyl flooring can be purchased a set of tiles or as a sheet for covering larger areas at once.
Look into solar panels for your home. Although they can cost a lot upfront, they may very well …