Remodelling Your Interior

Remodelling Your InteriorIf you are thinking of remodelling the interior of your home on Long Island, look no further than Undertaking some small home renovation projects on your own can save you some money, but you need to hire a professional if you are looking to do any of the following projects:

Kitchen or Bathroom Remodel

Kitchen and bathroom renovations are the most common areas for homeowners to get overwhelmed with the scope of the project end up having to call in contractors to fix the mistakes that they have made. Without even realizing it, you could be creating a fire hazard or trapping waste or gases in your house if you use the wrong materials or do not follow code. When dealing with plumbing and electricity, you want to have a professional there to ensure that there is no damage to your home or your family.

Window & Door Replacement

Replacing windows and doors can be tricky for the average homeowner because they are big and heavy, so without the proper tools to lift and move them they can easily be dropped or damaged. It is also very dangerous when trying to replace or modify second story windows if you do not have the proper training to know how to handle yourself on a ladder while dealing with fragile and potentially deadly things like window frames and glass.

Drywall, Plaster and Stucco

If you have ever seen a DIY drywall, plaster or stucco job, you know how bad it can look. Trying to do these things yourself without the proper tools can make your home renovation project stand out in all the wrong ways. Calling in a professional contractor can end up saving you time and money (not to mention that it will look way better than trying to do it yourself).

Finishing a Basement

Finishing a basement requires knowledge of insulation, plumbing, electrical, flooring, drywall, plastering, duct work and more! Often times many different trades are needed to properly finish off a basement properly in a way that your family can enjoy for years to come. If you are thinking of doing your basement yourself, bring in a contractor to help you determine what you should really be paying a professional to do and what you might be able to get away with doing yourself. A contractor can also help you get the proper permits required to this type of work legally.

Removing Walls

Removing walls is something you should NEVER attempt on your own. If you remove a loadbearing wall improperly, your house could collapse, injuring or killing yourself and anyone else inside. A contractor can tell you which walls are load bearing and help you determine how to open your house up properly.