Our 10 Scariest Home Improvement Nightmares

Our 10 Scariest Home Improvement Nightmares
October 10, 2015 SNH Editorial Team

With Halloween around the corner we just couldn’t resist taking a look at some of the scariest home improvement nightmares we’ve encountered.  Everything from structural issues, poor repair discoveries, failing sewer systems and more.

Share your home improvement nightmares with us this month!  Tweet us @thisnewhousellc #diynightmares or tag us on instagram @thisnewhouseofficial #diynightmares. We’re looking forward to seeing your scariest.

No. 1

When you take down a wall without an architect or structural engineer review and it turns out to be load bearing.

No. 2

Discovering that a plumbers or electrician has cut thru beams compromising your homes structural integrity.

No. 3

Attempting a roof repair or cleaning the gutters by yourself and tumbling to the ground _____.

No. 4

Running space heaters that malfunction

No. 5

Hiring a handyman to fix an electrical problem. Look out for those unexpected sparks!

Looks legit 😱. #diynightmare #shithousesparks #lovemyjob!!!! #hoofwankingbunglecunts

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No. 6

Discovering a raccoon that has made a home in your attic. Don’t let them take your eyes out when you poke into poorly lit corners.

No. 7

Attempting to fix a clogged sewer line. There are two cleanouts leaving you with a 50% chance of one messy and smelly nightmare.

No. 8

Doing home renovations without permits, it’ll come back to haunt you when you decide to sell your house or file an insurance claim.

No. 9

Taking on too many projects and never finishing any of them.

Soooo this happened. #diy #unfinishedrenovations #isthisreallife?

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No. 10

And this one will really leave you with a headache, hiring a contractor that loves to over promise but fails to deliver. Leaving you hanging and lacking funds to finish the job.

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