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Infographic: Home Improvement Projects & Mental Health

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By on Mar 6, 2019
Infographic: Home Improvement Projects & Mental Health

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Have you ever started a DIY home project and left it for a few days, maybe months, until it was finished? While there is initial excitement when starting an upgrade or remodeling project, that can quickly go away when plans don't go accordingly or it's a bit more work than you've expected.

If you've been looking for a reason to finish that paint project or kitchen installation, we have the answer for you. Our friends at The Patch Boys put together this infographic that shows how an unfinished project and impact your mental health. In fact, as the graphic shows below, there are some home improvements that can even benefit our mental health long-term. See the graphic below for more tips.

A great way to handle an unfinished project is by letting a pro take care of it. It will take the stress and pressure off you and get the job done right. ImproveNet can connect you with pros in your area for free, contact a contractor today.


Source: Psychology of Space

Overcoming Home Improvement Challenges

As you can see, many homeowners get stuck when it comes to a challenge in their DIY project. They might not know where to look for answers or, don't have the right tools to do so. Here are some resources that might help, in addition to the ones mentioned above.

Keep in mind, every good DIY project starts with a plan. Write down steps, materials, cost and timeline and you'll be on your way to success. If you come across a part of the project that you need help with, don't hesitate to contact a professional that can help.

Have you ever had an unfinished DIY project? What motivated you to get the job done? Let us know in the comments below.

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