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building Lab, inc.
7 Reviews
san anselmo whole house remodel
Ideabooks180
Questions0
entire house. With a bit of creative thinking we met the challenge of expanding both the sense of and actual space without the full cost of an addition. An earlier addition had included a screened-in porch which, with the floor and roof already framed, we now saw as the perfect place to expand the kitchen
“I like to color of the sofa and the rug. Add orange and chocolate pieces for interesting color com” — edenisez01
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Olympia Residence
Ideabooks1,065
Questions1
construction costs (typically 10 to 25 percent); or some combination of these methods. Most also include an initial estimate of total costs for the project. Early costs are estimated on a per-square-foot basis, with projects averaging around $200 to $500 per square foot for construction costs only. Of course
course, the costs also depend a great deal on average prices in the region. Both Coates and Finne work on an hourly basis. Coates says, “I prefer this method because it allows our client the flexibility to request other services, such as more design refinements, interior design etc. without an amendment
when our fee is based on how much the project costs.”
amendment to the contract. Additionally, I prefer an hourly fee basis because I feel it is most fair to both parties. I feel it is very important to be an advocate for our clients and for them to trust that we have their best interests in mind throughout the project, and this is difficult to achieve when
“block interior accent” — tquinci
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Salon with Custom Plaster Ceiling
Ideabooks85,998
Questions40
room, and a separate family entry with mudroom. A formal living and dining room with adjoining intimate salon are located on the second level; an addition at the rear of the home includes a custom deGiulio kitchen and family room. The third level master suite includes a marble bathroom, dressing room
undertaking. It's hard to give you a sense of cost without know more about the application, size of the room and how labor intricate your pattern would be. We'd be happy to discuss the process we went through and talk to you more about what you could expect the costs to be. Please feel free to contact us at
Oak flooring costs range between $4 to $8 per square foot. Good luck with your project. www.dspacestudio.com
“Built in shelving” — justnz1
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Cat Mountain Residence
Ideabooks164K
Questions107
Conceived as a remodel and addition, the final design iteration for this home is uniquely multifaceted. Structural considerations required a more extensive tear down, however the clients wanted the entire remodel design kept intact, essentially recreating much of the existing home. The overall floor
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for early cost projections. If it's all in one place (design-build) or the architect and builder are able to work together from the beginning there is less oversight and more accurate estimates.
Commonly it is the builder who keeps track of costs for changes/upgrades and maintains cost forecast (ie
They are very light weight. I have a business and I ship pallets by "Freightquote.com Lenexa, KS" They shop the best freight price for you and schedual the load. You know exactly what it will cost before shipping
“Decor” — beckenham2
California Home + Design
Living Room with Beautiful Fireplace
Ideabooks4,787
Questions10
existing wood-burning fireplace. It typically costs between $2,000 and $5,000,
Gas fireplace insert. This is essentially a complete fireplace installed within the firebox of the existing wood-burning fireplace. It typically costs between $2,000 and $5,000, including professional
Gas fireplace insert. This is essentially a complete fireplace installed within the firebox of the existing wood-burning fireplace. It typically costs between $2,000 and $5,000, including professional installation. Because gas fireplace inserts function as heaters, they give off significantly more
insert can provide efficient warmth and ambience without the health or environmental concerns associated with wood burning, but at a higher initial cost than other options.
“fireplace” — spizza
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
Ideabooks18,522
Questions8
adjacent wall. It's a truly wondrous way to have the largest opening possible. Cost. Expect to pay a few thousands to several thousand dollars depending on size, materials, configuration, etc. While this type of door is more costly than a standard two-panel sliding glass door, the ability to get a really
Lift/slide door has single, inconspicuous track until panels reach sides, where multiple tracks begin and panels disappear into an adjacent wall. Cost: 5 figures.
adjacent wall. It's a truly wondrous way to have the largest opening possible.Cost. Expect to pay a few thousands to several thousand dollars depending on size, materials, configuration, etc. While this type of door is more costly than a standard two-panel sliding glass door, the ability to get a really
“opening” — draganfdimitrov
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Pool House
Ideabooks3,771
Questions6
aproximately what did this cost (minus furnishings)?
don't know the cost off hand. I can tell you that it would be more than you would expect from looking at the photo. The cabinets and floating shelves are custom, and it takes more work and materials and labor to build floating shelves. Underneath the flooring is radiant heat, which is costly, but provides
provide better heat conduction from the radiant heat, the flooring is tile that looks like wood rather than tile. Installed tile is about three times the cost of hardwood. :) Rhoda http://www.billfryconstruction.com/
Window/doors if steel are cost prohibitive. Stain/paint them bronze..add fixed transoms above to raise height?
“Slider vs French doors” — jmkgak07
Lake Flato Architects
Hacienda Ja Ja
Ideabooks1,817
Questions7
is needed throughout the entire day. While there's a lot of glass in this home, it's strategically placed to get the maximum benefit with the minimum cost and energy loss. Tenna points out that a typical custom house has 30 to 40 percent of the wall area as glass, but this house has 23 percent, which is
needed throughout the entire day. While there's a lot of glass in this home, it's strategically placed to get the maximum benefit with the minimum cost and energy loss. Tenna points out that a typical custom house has 30 to 40 percent of the wall area as glass, but this house has 23 percent, which is
upper windows, a cheaper option to the wood beam additions
is needed throughout the entire day.While there's a lot of glass in this home, it's strategically placed to get the maximum benefit with the minimum cost and energy loss. Tenna points out that a typical custom house has 30 to 40 percent of the wall area as glass, but this house has 23 percent, which
“5” — abellad
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