When I bought my house, I had a certainly small budget. My top idea, was to find a home in a superb location with a nice plot of land. I was not overly upset with the condition of the actual house. I purchased multiple acres of yard with a nice sized pool, lots of trees, and a gorgeous view. But however, the home was nearly 2 hundred years old and in need of major renovation. The electricity was downright dangerous, and there was only one power outlet per space. Most of the rooms had no above lighting. All of the walls were running down plaster, there was no insulation, and most of the windows were tight and shut. The biggest concern with the home was the plumbing system. The majority of the water and drainage pipes were horribly corroded, and I noticed there were signs of water disfigure on the ceilings and walls. Without even checking the system, I knew I had spills. The leaks were only the beginning. The drains were jammed, all of the sinks and tubs were rusted, and the faucets leaked. I needed to certainly gut the plumbing device, replacing all of the supply and drainage pipes, the water heater, tubs, sinks, and toilets. It was a much larger project, made a lot of mess, and cost me a fortune. I could not consider the replaces on my own, and I needed to contact a licensed plumber. The plumber was certainly pricy, and helped me with the intense decisions.