You just bring your first house, and you go about your daily routine, when suddenly something breaks, what to do? Well the first thing that comes to me is to locate the problem and call someone to fix it.
But remember, I only brought her home, and you can not afford to hire a service man to come out and fix the problem. Having a tool box in your garage is as useful as having a first aid kit in your bathroom.
There are a couple of useful tools you should have in your toolbox, such as; Pliers
a set key, a set of Allen wrenches, electrical tape, a cordless drill, tape measure, a good hammer, a small handsaw, a plunger, a chisel, a level, duct tape, screwdriver set, a knife, a flashlight, and screws and nails.
Depending on the probleum is, you can do most of the repairs to your car, or if it's too much for you to handle, ask your friends or neighbors to recommend someone to you.
At some point may be difficult to find a repairman who is honest, he will not mature out. Find someone outside phone books can be very scary too. Repair can do very well when the right from the first steps are taken.
As new owner, keeping your house goes with the territory. Occasionally, something will go wrong, like plumbing or electricity that can be easily repaired. Sometimes
Washers on taps may only be necessary to change, and the power switch may need to restart. Door lock are the goods and the common wear in any home, be prepared for unexpected emergency when and if appropriate. Be aware of the inner workings of your house, and you're ready for the next repair.