There’s a wonderful sense of well-being you get when you tackle things that go wrong or break in your home. It breaks, you fix it and most of the time, you show it off to your partner. “Look at what I did, I deserve a monument built after me, aren’t you proud?”. It feels so good that you even decide to look over the “Honey Do List”. What did you get yourself into? When did all this break? You start thinking to yourself, “Is she just coming up with things for me to do?” No, your partner isn’t just adding things on that list, you’ve just let it pile up. Now let’s find a solution for your problem. Unless you’re handy or a professional, call someone to help you.
It’s perfectly OK to call for help.
“13 million serious injuries and 55,000 accidental deaths occur every year due to home improvement accidents”
When to Call a Plumber
Water Supply Lines
Leaks in Walls
When to Call an Electrician
Frequent Circuit Tripping
Light Switch is Warm to Touch
When to Call a Roofer
Leak in Ceiling
Moss Covered Roof
If A Tree Fell On Your Roof(ouch)
I’m sure after looking over “when you should call a licensed professional” it eliminates most of the things on the Honey Do List. Don’t worry, it’s the thought that counts. Just be glad someone is going to take care of it.
The typical person visits the toilet 6 to 8 times a day or 2,500 times a year, spending three years of their life on the toilet.