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Zakluor t1_j5jy0dh wrote

My friend added a little to this. If your a DIY kind of person and you have an ability to work overtime at your job, consider this, too:

Could I work a few days overtime doing something I'm already trained to do and am comfortable doing to pay someone else who knows what they're doing to do this properly for me?

It doesn't stand well for all circumstances (maybe you're also good at what you're looking into doing, maybe you want to learn something new, maybe you just want the satisfaction of doing it yourself, whatever), but it is a way of looking at it.