Which route do homeowner go-DIY or Pro


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Study Highlights

  • Two-thirds of projects are completely DIY, with interior painting and landscaping being the most popular projects for homeowners to tackle on their own.
  • When it comes to replacing roofs and siding, replacing windows or remodeling kitchens, homeowners are more likely to contract with a pro.
  • Project costs increase significantly when professionals are involved and tend to grow with their level of involvement.
  • However, many homeowners do not understand the cost of hiring professionals. In fact, nearly one-third underestimate the final cost, which explains why fewer homeowners plan on doing DIY projects than those who actually complete them on a DIY basis.

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