It's actually not that difficult to manage home improvements and repairs without credit.We did our entire basement (about $3500) entirely with cash.Took careful planning, but we managed to finish on time and within budget.
True, but they "have a long way to go and short time to get there"@primesuspect 10-4 Bro, just worry about you guys.
WE HAVE POWER.
We're actually content to do far less than most would to move in. For instance, I don't expect us to have painted walls, a ceiling in the kitchen, or several other things like that when we move in. The missing-critical components are surprisingly few, all things considered.
Pretty sure that inspector jerk will not give you permission to move in until the kitchen ceiling has wallboard up.
I'm sure there's lead in muchall of the paint.
You’re on the right path, but you all are going to have to pull on your big boy pants and cut out the extras. Home ownership is not easy, it’s an all or nothing situation.
We did our entire basement (about $3500) entirely with cash.
Took careful planning, but we managed to finish on time and within budget.
For one, the humidity difference is insane. They can keep their house at around 63-66 in the winter and its perfectly comfortable because the air isn't bone dry. For reference, this is about 30 miles north of Harbor Springs.
I definitely also agree with the humidity difference. This is the first winter I've lived somewhere with radiant heat, and my skin isn't dry at all. I notice a big difference at work versus at home. My face feels better, and I haven't even really used lotion at all, either. Also better for your plants and your pets, and breathing at night. And if you get any colds.
Waiting on more information about the state of the overall radiator system before I make a final decision and move on the boiler.
@primesuspect 10-4 Bro, just worry about you guys.
Since that means more money for other, non-fanciable expenses, it's worth pursuing.
It doesn't take much to elevate the amount of lead in your blood.
Icrontic turning iconic Victorian in Woodbridge into geek mansion.