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LaGuardia Design
1 Review
Daniels Lane in Sagaponack
Ideabooks212
Questions0
floorboards, and we're not sharing. Well, I never have, but I did hear the old contractor's tale about a guy who found $20,000 while working on a house he bought
things I've found were old bottles and nice wide old-growth boards. If your contractor buys a boat and sails off to the Carribean in the middle of the job, it's
floorboards, and we're not sharing. Well, I never have, but I did hear the old contractor's tale about a guy who found $20,000 while working on a house he bought
things I've found were old bottles and nice wide old-growth boards. If your contractor buys a boat and sails off to the Carribean in the middle of the job, it's
knocked down in your place.More in this series: What to Look for in a Contractor's Contract
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“Barn form” — Raphael Architects
Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Randall Street Residence
Ideabooks1,666
Questions4
Architecture it is true that trim-less details does require a skilled contractor on the job. we used a 5/8" MDF base. the top edge of the base is cut at
at 10:46am Like tomorano This is very helpful! I will see what my contractor can do with this. I like the simplicity of the execution of the detail
Architecture it is true that trim-less details does require a skilled contractor on the job. we used a 5/8" MDF base. the top edge of the base is cut at
14 months ago · Like tomorano This is very helpful! I will see what my contractor can do with this. I like the simplicity of the execution of the detail
“The floor wood color is from Brazil.” — bhsfacs
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
Seola Beach Residence
Ideabooks756
Questions2
With the plan submitted for permits and material selections made, your contractor will be able to finish up pricing and write up a contract for construction
or materials to reduce cost. By the time the contract is signed, your contractor will have identified the longer-lead items (like cabinets, windows, doors
With the plan submitted for permits and material selections made, your contractor will be able to finish up pricing and write up a contract for construction
or materials to reduce cost. By the time the contract is signed, your contractor will have identified the longer-lead items (like cabinets, windows, doors
construction, depending on the timing of your project.What to Look for in a Contractor's Contract
“like the woodwork” — dcbecker
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
North Bay Residence
Ideabooks7,181
Questions12
..) might be able to help you out if you contact them (they were the contractors for this house).
To avoid this situation, before hiring a contractor, ask for multiple references and find out how the contractor has performed on total cost for recent projects
whether the contract form is T&M or fixed price.The downside for contractors is that T&M contracts often require substantially more paperwork than
“Second dream home view of water” — Ebie McFarland
Flavin Architects
21 Reviews
Eastern Point Pool House Retreat
Ideabooks8,291
Questions7
General contractors pay a full range of taxes — federal, state, county and city — or fewer, depending on where they operate. In some states contractors are
paying their own revenue-based state taxes. If they have employees, contractors also pay their share of social security, unemployment and Medicare taxes
“door option for living room wall to studio” — randalbuckendorf
Paul Cha Architect
2 Reviews
Union Square Loft
Ideabooks1,323
Questions3
Especially if the drawings show something that the contractor might not be familiar with. Or if the contractor is busy and hasn’t had the time to really look
project a client who was supervising his own construction project found the contractors hadn’t correctly followed the detail drawings. They had inadvertently
“deep sink. but like steeper drainage” — gmrohrig
Always by Design
3 Reviews
Prospect House
Ideabooks10,156
Questions6
“I’d like to remodel my bath, and it may involve a dormer addition.” If a contractor primarily remodels kitchens and baths, then a large addition may not be
be the kind of project they will be prepared to consider. Some contractors work only on interiors and do not build additions, or work only on single-family
homes and are not insured for work on condominiums or townhouses. Many contractors restrict the kind of work they do, either by focusing on residential or
“Rail” — joyce0045
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
Waterside deck.
Ideabooks8,637
Questions4
Office and office staff. Contractors may own or rent their office spaces, or even work from their own homes, but offices come with a panoply of expenses
bills to pay: utilities, phones, landscaping, security and more. When contractors have office staff, they can be underwritten by overhead or may have their
Unlike a P.O. box, they are bricks and mortar — a place to meet the contractor in person. Need to review your bill or look at receipts? You know where
“The large post are great with the cable railings” — lamelburch
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