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Berger Partnership
Sunny Garden
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home and other structures. Cons: Concrete can be expensive and is not a project for the DIYer in most cases. Cost: The materials are fairly inexpensive, but the labor is more intensive, so the overall cost is not necessarily on the low end of the options. Expect to pay about $30 per square foot, but
home and other structures. Cons: Concrete can be expensive and is not a project for the DIYer in most cases. Cost: The materials are fairly inexpensive, but the labor is more intensive, so the overall cost is not necessarily on the low end of the options. Expect to pay about $30 per square foot, but
your home and other structures.Cons: Concrete can be expensive and is not a project for the DIYer in most cases. Cost: The materials are fairly inexpensive, but the labor is more intensive, so the overall cost is not necessarily on the low end of the options. Expect to pay about $30 per square foot, but
“Raised beds” — pgrau
Greenbuilders, Inc.
7 Reviews
Contemporary Green Interior
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Certified) which means it meets the highest standards available, and adheres to a very stringent set of conditions for forest preservation as well as fair labor practices. Under the floor, we placed radiant heat piping, taking advantage of the generous sizing of the existing boiler — greater comfort, no
“Love this floor” — lullooria
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
exteriors
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quickly. Installation: There are three ways to install ipe, each with a varying amount of labor and a different cost. The first option is to drill and countersink screws with the head exposed, which has the lowest labor cost. The second option is to drill and plug, which means that a hole is drilled through
Ipe. Installation: There are three ways to install ipe, each with a varying amount of labor and a different cost. The first option is to drill and countersink screws with the head exposed, which has the lowest labor cost. The second option is to drill and plug, which means that a hole is drilled through
piece of ipe that’s glued in place to cover the screw. Then it’s sanded down and finished with a sealer. Because ipe is so dense, this technique is labor intensive and dulls drill bits quickly. The final option with ipe is to router a groove along the side of the boards and use concealed fasteners to
“deck and rails” — vrkartchner
Croma Design Inc
8 Reviews
Modern White Kitchen
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but can be difficult to maintain, as the surface is prone to staining and etching. By running the material up the wall, you get the look without the labor. It’s a more modern way of using stone, observes Mariette Barsoum of Divine Kitchens in Wellesley, Massachusetts. With stone tiles, you have veining
but can be difficult to maintain, as the surface is prone to staining and etching. By running the material up the wall, you get the look without the labor. It’s a more modern way of using stone, observes Mariette Barsoum of Divine Kitchens in Wellesley, Massachusetts. With stone tiles, you have veining
but can be difficult to maintain, as the surface is prone to staining and etching. By running the material up the wall, you get the look without the labor.
“The letters on the counter” — jackiegladman
Burdge & Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Traditional Style
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— which can easily run from $50 to $100 per yard or more — but you’ll also be paying for the upholsterer’s labor. Have you ever done any upholstering? I have, and I’ve concluded that the labor cost is worth every penny.
— which can easily run from $50 to $100 per yard or more — but you’ll also be paying for the upholsterer’s labor. Have you ever done any upholstering? I have, and I’ve concluded that the labor cost is worth every penny.
“sweet” — madeliene
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Sink View
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case Masterpiece replaced the sink promptly, but the "remove & replace" installation work was a considerable headache, and it cost me $400-$500 for labor.
from Masterpiece Sinks (you can Google their website). This company has cool products, and they offer a good selection of front apron designs at a fairly reasonable price (I think my clients paid around $1800). Masterpiece Sinks has a selection of different copper finishes, too, so you can probably
from Masterpiece Sinks (you can Google their website). This company has cool products, and they offer a good selection of front apron designs at a fairly reasonable price (I think my clients paid around $1800). Masterpiece Sinks has a selection of different copper finishes, too, so you can probably find
“Sink” — ecronan
Bluetime Collaborative
steel and cherry stair
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metal supply place. the wood is attached to the angle with round head screws through pre-drilled holes in the angle. All local materials and labor but fairly simple.
local metal supply place. the wood is attached to the angle with round head screws through pre-drilled holes in the angle. All local materials and labor but fairly simple.
“Love the stairs” — phbarney
Cathy Carr, APLD
13 Reviews
Cathy Carr, APLD
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this stone? Is it quarried in your area? In addition to availability and quality, prices are determined by location. Labor costs vary tremendously from market to market. Skilled labor - like rents and insurance costs - is typically more expensive in urban than in rural areas. Ask your local contractor
La porte blanche pour entrer dans la cour et faire pousser des clématites ou de la vigne. Mais pas de couleur blanche, de couleur brune ou bois naturel. Ça dépend du paillis
“Puzzle slate” — ejhgray
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