Thinking of an addition

Question Icon
Posted by: from Barrie
2/16/2008 at 6:10:37 PM

I have a 105 yrs old home here in Barrie that has a useless sunroom addition on the back that I'd like to take down and replace with something more usable.

Overall dimensions would be 20x24, single story, with a poured foundation (want a basement with a 8' ceiling). I will finish the interior and exterior siding/roofing.

I realize with this little info it's pretty tough for you to say but can you give me a rough range of the $/sq ft I can expect? I'm hoping to start end May/early June. I can snap/post some pictures if it'll help. Thanx!

User Icon
Date/Time2/28/2008 at 5:08:05 PM

Hi Jim, Without drawings or a permit we can only be guessing, I would suggest that you invest in a proper set of drawings, and then have you project tendered out to different G.C's. Check your contractors creditals and capablity of work. I would recomment a project budget of $75-$200 per sqft.

Please feel free to contact us. Thanks Joe

Search the TrustedPros directory and discover the best contractors in your area.

Find your home service pro
Great renovations start with a great contractor.

Since 2004, TrustedPros has been helping homeowners find the right contractor for their home improvements and repairs.

Post Your Project

Within hours you'll be comparing offers from top-rated professionals. It's free to post and you're under no obligation to hire.

Trustedpros Inc. does not warrant the accuracy, completeness, safety, legality or usefulness of any Content, or Whether Content is Current and up-to-date, and TrustedPros Inc. Shall have no liability whatsoever with respect to your use or reliance upon any content or for content being removed or otherwise ceasing to be available. Please refer to the terms and conditions of use of this websites for more details.

Get Free Estimates

Post your project and compare offers from top-rated pros.