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Aug 6, 2014 2:33PM
I'm General Contract and cleaning , I have very good references and the estimate is free, I look for construction remodeling or any subcontractor , please if you have any interested contact me.
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Mar 10, 2014 9:54PM
Before you get started on that family room addition, take a moment to consider its potential return. Each year, Remodeling magazine's Cost vs. Value Report provides a fascinating look at the percentage of a home improvement project's costs that are likely to be recouped at resal. you can give help for doing job on this http://www.pakistanjobs.pk/
Aug 19, 2013 8:59AM
I am a Real estate appraiser.....Wood deck best value? Garage door? Front door? In what world are these the best value adds ...certainly not the one I appraise in.
Apr 20, 2013 12:51AM

Over the course of the last 6 years we have slow remodeled our kitchen entirely on our own excluding the electrical work that we paid an electrician by the hour on.  Doing the work ourselves, we got top quality appliances, modern IKEA cabinetry, Imported floor and backsplash tile, and granite counters that we loaded in our truck and cut to size and installed ourselves.   Our final cost all together for materials, appliances, tools, permits and the electrician was just under 15k.  Now when I look at the kitchen i don't just see my dream come to life, I see my life, I see the love we put into it.  The fact it's beautiful and functional is the icing on the cake to a project that we didn't need loans for.  We don't have to worry about return on investment because no matter what the taste of the future owner, it is light years from the ancient, 50's ill lit, tiny oven, laminate, vinyl kitchen it replaced.  Don't give up on your dream kitchen, don't pay some contractor who cuts corners and rips you off.  If at all possible, educate yourself and make your dream come true yourself, you'll be much happier with the result.  Oh and ps, one thing we've learned, if you are hiring a contractor for anything, check first with your city or county permit office.  You know right away then when a contractor says oh you don't need one, to run screaming, it means he doesn't do good work and doesn't want to be checked up on. 

Mar 31, 2013 3:05AM
Another MSN article intended for the 'Rich & Famous'. $80K for a new garage? $220K for a master bed/bath? Are you kidding me?
Mar 31, 2013 2:36AM
Slide 2: The steel door adds an extra feeling of security that is totally negated by the adjacent window.  Burglar breaks window, inserts arm, unlocks door, and lets himself/herself in.  So much for that feeling of security...next home project...steel bars on the windows.
Mar 28, 2013 12:47PM
Sure would be nice if they would talk about fixing up less expensive houses like sooo many people live in.
Jan 22, 2013 8:44AM

makes me want to remodel my home!


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