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In total, TrustedPros has received 10 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in Richmond Hill seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,250,000.00 with a per project average of $125,000.00.
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Remove exiting family room (30'x13') with covered deck (8'x13') - currently on posts; exposed underneath. Walkout from basement and outside seating area below half of the existing FR - remainder of the space slopes from 8' high to 2'.
Build a 600 sqft addition including covered deck, and enclosed basement (BR/bath & Exercise Rm). High ceilings, top to bottom windows, etc required
Passageway on side of house is 4 to 5' wide
Existing Great Room is approx 13' x 30' with a 13' x 18' covered deck attached. It is built on wooden posts approx. 30 years ago. We want to replace it with a basement to accommodate better circulation pattern, higher ceiling height and the highest insulation and a bed/bath, exercise rm below in basement. The great room would be approx 400 sqft with a150sq ft deck. We are open to better designs with and without an enclosed basement underneath. The attached proposal is just one idea.
I am thinking of adding an approx 300 ft 1st floor addition. I am checking with the city to see whats possible. Basically i want to move my back wall out approx 12ft or more if code will allow. Brick exterior.reg shingle roof. Plenty of windows. Should i get structural /architectural drawings done first or will the contractor look after this. We were thinking of plenty of widows. Some pot lights and hardwood. Do you think it could be done for approx 50k.
Second Storey Addition:
I am looking for an estimate for budget purposes on a second storey addition to my home. This is the first time I am doing such a project, and before I decide how far I can take, I need to set my expected (ball-park figure) budget.
Here are some details on the house:
Location: Richmond hill.
Size approximately = 24 * 34
Age > 60 yrs.
Foundation = Concrete blocks
There is currently a loft upstairs. There are full stairs going up, but it is not an area I can fully stand up (6ft at the highest, in the middle). The floor seems to be fine. I am assuming I can retain the floor and just add the upper level.
I also like to build an attached garage to the house. And then also add an upper level to this garage.
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