Originally Posted by Wuzzat?
The hours now ramp up linearly at 25 hrs/mon but the $ are beginning to look like an S curve which may level off at 40K or 45K total. The steepest $/mon rate was at about 18 months.
Both should eventually level off at some normal rate of $/mon and hrs/mon for normal home improvement.
If you're happy with how things are turning out then the shape of these curves may provide what's 'normal' for people doing remodeling over months or years.
|date |mon |$ |hrs
10/1/11 0 $0 0
11/1/12 13 $10 200
8/1/13 22 $30 400
12/1/13 26 $35 500
2/1/14 28 $37 550
Your curve is one sided.
You also have to figure in how much money and time you have saved by not being intertained at some silly football or hockey game and how much those tickets and snacks cost.
Then don't forget the value of the mistakes you can laugh about later.
Then there is the increased value of the house.
Anything you learn will cost you time and money but they are yours for life, what value is that.