A home improvement loan is a lump sum of money that you repay in fixed monthly installments over one to 12 years. Unlike home equity loans or home equity lines of credit, the loans are not secured by your home, and approval is based mainly on your creditworthiness. Here are some common projects and how much you could pay for each, based on the most recent cost estimates available. Once you’ve chosen a lender, gather the documents you’ll need to apply. This can include things like W-2s, pay stubs, proof of address and financial information.
Seasons 5 and 6 accidentally contain some slightly edited episodes, most likely due to using syndication prints. And the episode “The Feminine Mistake” from season 6, doesn’t contain the 3D version of the episode as originally aired on ABC, instead using the 2D version as seen in syndication. In the first two years of the show, Pamela Anderson played the part of Tim’s Tool Girl, Lisa, on Tool Time, but left the show to focus on her role on the syndicated series Baywatch. Her last episode as a series regular was “The Great Race”, which aired on May 19, 1993. Tim’s new assistant, electrician Heidi Keppert, played by Debbe Dunning, replaced Anderson as the Tool Time Girl for the following third season, starting with “Maybe Baby”, which aired on September 15, 1993.
To learn which accounts qualify for the discount, please consult with a Wells Fargo banker or consult our FAQs. If automatic payments are canceled, for any reason at any time, after account opening, the interest rate and the corresponding monthly payment may increase. Only one relationship discount may be applied per application.
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If you have trouble reaching those high up places, Walmart has a fine selection of ladders, step stools and scaffolding to get you there safely. Going digital with a model that automatically changes the indoor temperature setting is fairly easy, and it can trim about $180 off your annual heating and cooling costs. Simple models that only control heat are sold at home centers for around $25. But units like the one shown here can handle many more functions, including cooling and humidifying.