Sure, a few hours a week maintaining your home can go a long way in keeping everything in working order. But who has that much time to spare?
If you’re curious how much it could cost you to renovate your home, check out 6 of the most expensive home repairs in our infographic below.
1. Roof Repair
If the damage is extensive, the roof will most likely have to be replaced. Replacing the roof can cost up to $12,000 plus a fee to remove the old roof.
2. Removing Mold
Mold is often caused by water damage from flooding or a weak foundation. Mold removal can cost between $500 and $6,000.
3. Plumbing Issues
Plumbing can be a major cost, especially in older homes. Plumbing repairs can be anywhere between $100 and $10,000 depending on the damage.
4. Electrical Issues
Electrical issues can cause fires and/or electrocution. Repairs start at $300 but if it requires wiring replacement, it could cost more than $4,000.
5. Repair Septic System
Septic system replacement may seem cheap when looking at individual prices but when it all comes together, it could cost you up to $12,000.
6. Fixing the Foundation
Water seeps through the concrete causing the foundation walls to crack. The cost of repairing a bad foundation can range between $10,000 and $40,000.
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