Before you swing a wrecking ball through your hard-earned savings, you should decide if home improvement DIY is worth it at all.
Hiring pros to tackle your biggest home improvement projects is unavoidable. What is avoidable is paying exactly what they ask.
Did the Great Recession force a cutback in household staff? Replace Jeeves with DIY solutions that deliver white glove service for way less.
You probably already hire a pro when it comes to plumbing and dentistry. Here are four common DIY tasks you probably should hire out for, too.
A long list of home repairs can seem daunting. Bidding them as a bundle makes the job easier for a contractor — and worthy of a discount for you.
New tax laws recently passed by Congress could affect your bottom line and your administrative overhead -- especially if your business is an online retailer.
Outsourcing can help you cut costs and get things done. But where to begin?
Let a few dollars leak here and a few dollars leak there, and pretty soon it's a torrent of dollars rushing away.
A good contractor can make all the difference in the world. Unfortunately, so can a bad one. You need to choose your contractor with due diligence.
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