At some point you have to stop calling your dad every time something breaks around the house. And based on this survey, that point is . . . when you're well into middle age.
A new survey found the average age when people FINALLY stop leaning on their dads to help fix stuff is . . . 41.
Men are just about as likely to rely on their dads as women . . . 70% of men say they still call their dads for help versus 75% of women.
The top 10 jobs we rely on our dads for are:
Anything involving power tools . . . fixing the heat . . . fixing the toilet . . . fixing a leaky pipe . . . building a wall . . . fixing a faucet that drips . . . changing a fuse . . . building a patio . . . installing a kitchen . . . and putting up a fence.