Which home improvement projects should you buy?

The American Council on Education, the largest national organization for school teachers, released a survey of homes that found that the most popular home improvement project was to add a second floor to a single-family home.

The most popular project was replacing the wall with a second-story garage, which is the cheapest project, the organization said.

The survey was based on the American Institute of Architects and the Association of Community and School Improvement Organizations.

In the survey, which was conducted on March 6 and 7, the surveyors used the latest statistics to estimate the number of homes with a two-story house that was renovated by homeowners.

They also looked at the number with an additional bedroom or bathroom.

The average cost per square foot for a two story home was $1,917, according to the survey.

The cheapest project cost $2,566, the average for a one-story home was just $1 and for a three-story project was $2.06.

That is $8 per square inch less than what the average home cost to build, according the survey report.

The study also looked to see if a home has any other problems.

The report found that home repairs can be difficult, especially when it comes to water and electricity.

“When it comes down to it, most homeowners are not taking care of themselves,” said Karen Ewing, president of the American Council of Education.

“The average cost to repair a home is $3,721.

They’re not paying attention.” “

And I think that’s the problem.

They’re not paying attention.”

The surveyors also found that more than half of the homes in their survey have an energy efficiency rating of “poor,” meaning that they didn’t have the right level of heat or cooling.

Ewing said that homeowners with poor energy efficiency could have been spending more money on their homes, but that that is a lot more expensive than the average cost.

“I think they have a misconception of how much energy they’re using,” she said.

“There’s a lot of energy that goes into heating and cooling.”

A homeowner in South Bend, Ind., who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not allowed to give his home away, said he bought a home in 1998, when he was earning about $100,000.

He added that he and his wife, who is also a teacher, spent $4,000 to buy a new water heater.

When he bought the home in 2013, the water heater was not working.

He said he did not pay for the heating because he thought it was part of his upkeep.

He also said that the heating was expensive, and that his water bill was about $2 per month.

“You need to spend money to have a good home,” he said.