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Home Improvement: Projects that Require a Professional

March 13, 2018

When it comes to home improvement projects, there are always tons of details to take into consideration. Most homeowners want any renovation or update to add to the resale value of their home, even if they aren’t looking to sell anytime soon. Having that peace of mind is invaluable and will definitely reduce your stress levels when you do decide to put your home on the market. More than that, you’ll want to ensure that any new project is something you can do within a reasonable timeline and budget. However, it’s important to realize that not every home improvement project is DIY; sometimes, you have to call in a pro to get the job done.

Having a professional do the job means it will get done safely and correctly, which is imperative when the project is a big one that requires changes to be made to the structure of your home or when adding area, or when you want to tackle things involving electricity or plumbing. Likewise, having a pro come in for things like repairing HVAC units or making changes to the roof will keep you from making costly mistakes that eat into your time and budget.

Here are a few projects that will require the help of a professional:


There are many reasons a homeowner might make modifications; individuals who are living with a disability and need to make changes to the height of countertops or to bathroom fixtures for safety reasons, for instance, or seniors who have mobility issues. These can be big jobs that require a week or more and possibly thousands of dollars, so they’re not projects you can just jump into. Hire a pro to make sure everything is done safely, and go here for tips on what kind of changes you can make and why.

Up on the Rooftop

The roof and gutters of your home are two very important parts, and when they become damaged or compromised, there could be thousands of dollars at stake. Repairs to these areas, even for the sake of upkeep, can be tricky and require special tools and knowledge. It’s best to leave them to the professionals, and look into whether your insurance company will assist you with the financial end of things, especially if the damage was caused by a storm or inclement weather.


Your lawn can add massive curb appeal to your home, and even if you aren’t thinking about selling just yet, having neat, colorful landscaping can amp up the look of your home and bring beauty in unexpected ways. And while there are several DIY projects you can do with your lawn, for big jobs it might be best to hire a pro who can ensure that the right types of flowers and plants are included for the climate where you live. There may also be heavy lifting involved, especially if you want to lay out paving stones or something similar to line your flower beds.

Building Additions

Many homeowners come to realize that they’ve outgrown their space and want to add a room or knock down a wall to create a bigger area. If you have contracting experience, this might not be that big a job, but most of us need a pro who can come in and make those changes with confidence. Any job dealing with the structure of your home can be extremely costly and, if not done right, can cause damage that will require even more work and money.

Bringing in a pro to help with home improvement projects is the best way to ensure it gets done right the first time, so that you don’t have to extend your timeline or your wallet. Do some research online before making any decisions and make price comparisons to make sure you get the best deal.

Content provided by guest blogger Paul Denikin who is passionate about sharing his experiences working on DIY projects to benefit people with special needs children. He is the owner of, which shows off helpful DIY projects.