Jul 26, 2010

Approaching Home Improvement (2)

Establish an overall plan

Smart people plan everything well so that success is assured. With home improvement, the same logic applies.

1. Planning
Before you do anything, sit down and do a bit thinking about the proposed project. Inevitably, you’ll need tools, materials and equipment. Make a list of all the materials and equipment that come to mind.

The tools required depend on the job itself. If you don’t have all of them, you may be able to borrow the missing ones.

2. Preparation
Once the materials and tools are to hand, look at the job procedure carefully and try to imagine yourself doing each step. If something is unclear, it’s essential that you seek advice before starting the job.

3. Beginning the Project
Choose a day! Assemble the materials, items and equipment in neat clusters. Proceed slowly if the job is totally unfamiliar, stopping frequently to check your work. If a problem develops, keep calm and try to figure out what is wrong.

4. Finishing the project
The job is not finished until everything is done, including the painting, cleaning up, etc. If you don’t finish as you go, you’ll end up with a houseful of annoying, incomplete projects.

Source: Easy Home Projects
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