Learning from Margaret
Make Sure You Have Insurance When Choosing to Repair Your Home
Choosing to do your own repairs around the house can be a wonderful thing. First and foremost, you’ll save so much money by doing it yourself that it’s not even funny. In fact, that’s the number one reason people do happen to make their own repairs and learn to build things on their own: to save buku bucks.
With learning a new trade to save money comes more experience, too. It doesn’t hurt to teach yourself how to fix your plumbing, install a new addition to the house, or even run electrical at a new place. You’ll remember how to do it the next time you need to, even if that means helping your children out down the road (and perhaps passing on that knowledge to them for more family savings).
The problem a lot of people forget to acknowledge is safety.
In fact, do you realize how many homeowners are injured each year because they attempt to fix something on their roof? It’s more than you’d like to know right before you hop on your roof to fix that leak.
Injury is pretty common when inexperience enters the picture, especially if it’s with electrical or roofing. And at times, you could even cost yourself your life if not extremely careful. You simply have to know what you’re doing before you do it or swallow your pride and a couple hundred bucks to let the experts do it.
If you do happen to be someone who’s hell bent and headstrong at getting their own repairs done, however, you should be guaranteed to have disability insurance nonetheless.
Why would you need this type of insurance? Well, to protect your monthly income in the case that you do end up injuring yourself and find yourself out of work for longer than you can stand to be.
With disability insurance, you’ll have a guaranteed income still coming in to support you and your family even if you can’t make it to work. And the best thing is that this type of coverage not only protects you from injuries (even if they are your fault) but also illnesses. And illnesses are the types of things that befall more Americans on a yearly basis than do injuries, so you’ll be protecting yourself doubly from any sort of disability leave you’d have to be on at your workplace.
Don’t be daft when it comes to insurance. Get insured and make sure you’re prepared for your unknown future.