Why DIY when you can
- Do It Yourself
GMI - Get Men In
The phrase Do It Yourself began to be widely used in the
1950s when referring to various jobs that people could do on their own homes
without the help of professionals. In other words, home improvement
done by the householder without the aid of paid professionals. There
can be many drawbacks to DIY not least of which are: Poor quality of work.
Very long timescales for completion. Jobs which are never finished.
Dangerous work especially that involving electricity. Possible injury and occasionally, marriage breakdown. For
these reasons many householders are turning to GMI.
Get Men In is a relatively new term which refers to the practice of
employing professionals to carry out repairs and improvements in preference
to DIY. Obviously this involves additional cost but there are many
benefits including: Upfront knowledge of the total cost. A high
standard of workmanship. Jobs completed quickly. Work carried
out to relevant standards and regulations and additional leisure time for
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