No, no, no, and no.
My hands are good for feeding myself and that's it. As Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry said, "A man's just got to know his limitations."
I'm a firm believer in, "You don't buy a dog and then do your own barking". I hire an expert and get the hell out of his (her) way.
You might get a chuckle out of a hub of mine from a couple of months ago, "The Plight of the Unhandy Man".
I can sum this up in an exchange I had with a (then) new neighbor some 20 years ago when we all were just moving into new houses. I had my builder finish my walk-out with the same materials and style as the rest of the house. My neighbor asked why I would pay $25K for something that he was doing himself in his house for $10K in materials.
My response was as follows: Were I to attempt to take his path, in a year I would have $10K of scrap, no finished walk-out, and my arm in a sling. How is that a better deal?