Next Time, Hire a Pro Vol. 3
Next Time, Hire A Pro
It’s true that not all homeowners can afford to hire a professional for every home repair and improvement. But DIY projects or hiring a “buddy” sometimes end up costing more in the long run.
Bad tape job
Here’s what happens when the tape isn’t installed correctly. Not great!
Submitted by @rock_stead_drywall
I guess that works…
Is this where the phrase “dog’s dinner” came from?
Submitted by @a.d.payne_carpentry
A hole in the wall
I mean, that’s one way to do it. Wow.
Submitted by Stanley (@stanley_savvas_13)
Step right up. Behold the duct monster in all it’s glory!
Submitted by @hvachacks
I don’t even know… what’s going on here? This whole house had a plethora of things that made me scratch my head.
Submitted by TK (@excellentremodeling)
Electrician’s pet peeve
PUTTING ALL THE WIRES ON A RECEPTACLE SCREW DOES NOT A SPLICE MAKE!
Submitted by Lauren Hughes (@benditlikelo)
This is why I don’t trust existing slabs for verandah posts. The “concrete” was about 3/4-in. thick, and then there was a layer of bricks under that? A real footing would have been much cheaper the first time.
Submitted by @drawandconstruct
Use the right adhesive!
Oh dear. This is what you get when you use the wrong tile adhesive. At least the demo was easy!
Submitted by CMD Construction (@craig7890)