I like carpentry, so that makes learning a bit easier. Plumbing otoh....Tricycle Rider said:Faucet replacements are pretty easy, I've done several of them myself. I am now giving you a kick in the butt to get yours done!Dazed and Confused said:It has to be some "big" stuff perhaps, otherwise pretty much everything gets done the DIY way around here. Got a couple of things going at the moment. Change of the faucet in the bathroom. Its currently dripping and I've had enough. All the parts have been bought and now I just need a kick in the butt. The second project is more interesting and involves some construction work on the holiday home. It involves an outside door and window, but things turned a bit complicated as I found some decay in the woodwork in an exposed corner when I took all the stuff apart. Anyway that part has almost been fixed and now its time for the window and door. There are a few other thing lined up, like fixing the wooden floor in a room, but this need a pot of cash. Maybe next year. Washer and disher needs to be replaced too. August I think.
The other carpentry stuff, though, that's much too advanced for me. (I may have done some resurfacing/refinishing on some wood cabinets in the past, but actually having to rebuild something like that I think takes some advanced skill.) Good for you if you have that skill!