House Maid Etiquette: The Do’s And Don’t Of Being A Maid

May 26, 2019 Off By Soham Collins

PLANNING is the first step toward successful renovation. You’re probably planning improvements all the time, and just don’t realize it. For example, if you feel you don’t have enough kitchen cabinets, or enough counter space, you’ve already started planning a kitchen renovation.

Again, if you are planning to move before the balloon is due and your proceeds from the sale are enough to cover the balloon, this might be a good idea. However, you face the very real possibility of having to come up with cash when you sell to cover the balloon, especially if you have to sell at a time of declining housing prices.

It is not a good idea to make any major when you are about to sell your home. The best thing to work on is the way that the house looks from the outside since a lot of potential buyers will look at the curb appeal as the first sign of whether they like a house or not.

According to the indictment, Bernie Kerik, who in 2004, was being vetted by The White House for head of the Department of Homeland Security was asked if he had any skeletons in his closet. His answer, according to the AP, “Nope, it’s all in my book.” The book Kerik was referring to was his ghost-written autobiography, “The Lost Son.” Bernie claimed in the tome that he is the son of a prostitute. Thanks lady!

Next ask yourself are you up to taking on the challenge of a remodel or is it better for you to hire a contractor to ensure a smooth renovation. If you are the handyman type simple renovations can easily be done on your own and can save your contractor fees. If you are going to hire out a residential contractor make sure to look at examples of their previous work. Ask for references and check out their website. The detail put into their work, references and website will give you a good idea of their work and work ethic. It is also important to make sure your gut tells you that the contractor you have chosen is right for you and your renovation.

A lot of maintenance and upkeep come with owning a home, which means that you either need to have the money and time to do them, or at least have the means to hire someone who can do them. Home renters, on the other hand, can rest assured that one call to the landlord is all it takes for any fixing to be done.

“There is always no place like home”, as the old adage goes. Our home should always be an ideal place to dwell in. It should always be a relaxing place to do some recreational activities with our kin. But as we all know, our homes will not remain as strong as it is when it was freshly built. It may suffer to some damages due to weather changes, calamities, other incidents, and the like. From the outside details of our house: roofs, its paint, the walls, even up to the inside details, floorings, ceilings, rooms, bathrooms, kitchens etc., may need some work to be done. In these cases, we need to repair it safely and surely for the sake of our family.

The last thing you will need to decide is if you plan on living in your dwelling during the construction or if you plan on finding a place that is more conducive to your life. If you decide to live in your home during the renovation make sure that you do not interrupt the progress. A happy contractor makes for a happy homeowner.