I asked a quetion here Subject+got+object+past participle and according to Jeff Morrow "I got the house cleaned" may mean that I myself cleaned the house (can you hear my wife laughing hysterically) or that I arranged for someone else to do that cleaning and that cleaning was done.
But "I had the house cleaned" only means I arranged someone else to clean the house and not I myself cleaned it.
I know, usually subject+got/had+object+past participle means "I got someone else to do the job" but if occasionally sentences like "I got the task completed" "I got the house cleaned" could also mean "I myself did the action"
My question is can I also say "I had the task completed" "I had the house painted" occasionally refering to "I did the task myself? I think we could say either way just like "I am having my car washed" primarily means I got someone else to repair my car but occosionally it could also mean "I myself is washing it"