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lot size 80X150 . add an 800 ft addition plus renovate existing home. existing home size- 1800square ft bungalow. age of home - 50 yrs. existing home needs to be updated, new kitchen (med. grade material), 2 new baths(med. grade materials), new floors (hardwood). plus build a new garage (now it's a carport) exterior of house - would like to add stones to cover bricks. new windows too. if you have any questions please message me. Thank you for your time!
My wife and I are taking to take into account to fully renovate her house. We have two options on the table: to go for a full make over of the existing bungalow, or, more cost challanging but more return profit promising, we are starting to gather some thoughts about an additional storey plus a larger 1st floor. The house is 1800 sqf plus 36.000 sqf of lot.
50 plus year 1000 sq ft bungalow and I would like to add a second floor as well as extend a room at the back plus a standalone double garage in the back. Front of house will have to have mathching brick or similiar and the rest of the structure may be stucco, prefers brick but this depends on the cost.
Most inportant concern before I move forward is.... WILL THE PRESENT FOUNDATION AND SUPPORT OF FRAMES SUSTAINS A SECOND FLOOR OR DO I NEED TO REINFORCE FOUNDATION? Structural Engineer may need to inspect.
i am looking to do a very small addition to my living room, about 8 feet by 10 feet. want to do it on a concrete slab and just one story. i have a large picture window that i hope to remove (maybe re-use??) and have the addition simply come out from that opening (just about a foot of brick under the window) i require only one electrical outlet and no heat (there is a register in what would be the doorway to the addition) i have limited resources so am looking to do this 'on the cheap' but still something that's not going to leak etc.
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