My 5 Best Tips to Avoid The Money Pit
Have you ever heard of a movie called The Money Pit? It starred Tom Hanks and Shelly Long. It was an over-exaggeration of a young couple who bought a home together, a real fixer-upper, and displayed the Do’s & Don’ts, the Up’s & Down’s, and the OMG’s of what can happen when a home owner decides to run their own remodeling project. I’ve seen a lot of projects where this was much closer to the truth than you would like to imagine. This 4-page report contains My 5 Best Tips to Avoid Your Home Becoming “The Money Pit”.
Project Master Start-Up
Every project must start somewhere, and this is where I start every project. That’s why I named it my “Start Up File”. For the student, apprentice, or master draftsman/designer, this is where it all starts. In this AutoCAD 2000 file you will find an example of every element that will be required to get a building permit approved for a residential remodel or room addition. Land Use regulations change from region to region, and Building Codes are updated every 3 years, so do your homework first. Then utilize this model for the construction documents on your project, and you’ll get your plans approved faster than those who don’t.