Over the next two years I'm going to be redoing the house. Because of my job I'm pretty good with most DIY (except plastering), can do the electrics myself and have mates at work who can do gas.
However I've not embarked on something like this before. Is there any good 'house project management' resources or books out there?
No major works like extensions or loft conversions just a rewire/new boiler/new kitchen and bathroom/redecorate.
I've found a few YouTube channels which have been really useful:
Spend Time, Save Money, DIY:
I'm aware that we're a different audience though - they might well be too basic for you and not cover projects quite as large as yours but things like that could be decent starting points.
No major works......kitchen ;)
Anything less than 40k is....
Can talk you through the things I learnt, from experience especially if you are living there alone or with family.
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