There are lots of home improvement issues that you can leave until you have the time to address them. For example, slight problems with things such as needing to re-grout the tile in a tub, or perhaps do some upgrades to the kitchen cabinets to make sure the doors shut properly, are not a big deal. These minor things are not a big concern because they won't snowball into major problems. You won't have to worry about spending a ton of money on them later because there is little cause for concern. However, there are some real issues that you should look to address. These problems are going to be focused around areas where there are serious problems that you need to look at and take care of before they escalate and end up costing you a ton of money. Here's a couple of them.
A Leaky Roof
A leaky roof is something that can turn into a big problem because it will spread and cause major damage. The leak signifies that there is rot, and this rot in the wood will spread and can end up causing a large hole that will collapse a section of your roof. Not only that, the roof will leak water, and this leaking water can ruin the inside of your home. You don't want to risk doing any damage to your home from prolonged water damage (mold, ruined furniture, damaged drywall), so it's imperative that you have a small leak fixed as soon as possible.
A Crack In The Foundation
A crack in the foundation is something that should immediately be addressed. The foundation of your home is of vital importance. If it cracks, then your entire home might be in jeopardy. That might cause, in the most serious case, a collapse. But even in less serious cases, it might end up causing tremendous structural damage. A small crack might appear to be nothing serious to the untrained eye; however, it could also be cause for concern in that it allows water to flow into your basement and result in mold damage. Not only that, the material that the foundation is made up of might end up being jeopardized by water entering into the crack and freezing and then cracking the concrete or stone. So if you notice any structural problems with your foundation, make sure to bring in a foundation repair specialist who can handle the situation and have them do a preliminary examination for you.