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Tristam Biel…, Real Estate Pro in Highland Park, Los A...
Tristam Bielecki answered:
When is the best time for kitchen remodeling in San Francisco? I heard the least busy times are the best times since there is no competition.
Winter is typically a slow time for contractors so you might get some deals around this time of year.
0 votes Share Flag Tue Dec 9, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in 94131
rosewwwdot, Other/Just Looking in San Francisco, CA
rosewwwdot answered:
Curb Appeal Improvements?
I have created a digital design service for home exterior redesigns without a full renovation, you can see examples of our work here : http://www.nuhomdesign.com/

Best,

Rosemary ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Dec 4, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in San Francisco
Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in 94114
Ryan Rudnick answered:
Should kitchen appliances match?
This is an old post, but a relevant question!

I work on renovations in the city in addition to being an agent, and we always do our best to match brands when renovating homes, but si ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Dec 2, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in San Francisco
Durwin Cheung, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Durwin Cheung answered:
What should I know about asbestos?
Asbestos can be found in many older homes that have popcorn ceilings. It is toxic if it is breathe in. This happens most often when homeowners do remodeling and scraped it off on thei ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Nov 21, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in San Francisco
Calvin James, Home Buyer in Orem, UT
Calvin James answered:
What to know when hiring a contractor?
All these answers have been great. I would also look into the insurance the contractor uses. This can say a lot about their work. I company that invests in good insurance will most l ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Nov 19, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in San Francisco
calebhart54, Renter in Orem, UT
calebhart54 answered:
How does one increase the water pressure throughout your home?
You can put a regulator on one of your lines. My dad remodeled his shower and put in a couple of shower heads. Because he was splitting the water between so many heads he had to put a r ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Nov 3, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in San Francisco
Arpad Racz, Real Estate Pro in 94040
Arpad Racz answered:
Any recommendations for a roofer in SF?
Hi,

perhaps reliableremodeler.com would have some more to choose from.

Kind regards,

Arpad
0 votes Share Flag Tue Oct 21, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in San Francisco
Sam Shueh, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Sam Shueh answered:
What kinds of interior renovations require city permits?
yes, it weakens the structure support. Check City Permit site.
http://www.sf-planning.org/
0 votes Share Flag Sun Oct 12, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in San Francisco
Sam Shueh, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Sam Shueh answered:
Cost of bathroom addition in San Francisco?
If you want a permit, added on yes it will cost that much.
You are confused with material added into an existing bath....
My impression is your budget will not get you what you had in ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Oct 12, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in 94117
Eugene Dean, Home Buyer in Provo, UT
Eugene Dean answered:
Looking for a good pest control contractor in SF.
I think that you should ask your neighbors for recommendations. Roaches are extremely difficult to eradicate, and you need someone that knows what their doing. You want verification tha ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Oct 6, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in 94110
Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in 94114
Ryan Rudnick answered:
What's the cost per sq ft for interior renovations such as a master suite and bath. Is there a local resource?
Hi Mike,

I work on construction projects in the city a lot, and this is a complex question with lots of different variables. In my experience, renovations can range anywhere from $ ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Aug 17, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in 94110
Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in 94114
As a project manager for an LLC that renovates residential real estate in San Francisco, I've had a fair amount of experience with the often complex and confusing process of permit applications and construction.… Read more
Blogged Fri Jul 18, 2014 by Ryan Rudnick Remodel & Renovate Design & Decor Home Ownership
Nancy Corsaut, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
These homes are really cool!  Shipping containers are being used as homes all over the world. Check out these ravishing digs. Read more
Blogged Mon Jul 7, 2014 by Nancy Corsaut Remodel & Renovate Going Green Design & Decor
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Frank Dolski…, Real Estate Pro in 18901
Perhaps your home has been on the market for 6 months, a year or even longer. What is the issue? No showings? Why isn’t selling? There are many reasons why a home will not sell. Perhaps it is overpriced,… Read more
Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in 94114
Ryan Rudnick answered:
For SF Bay area, what is a ballpark cost per s.f. for new home construction (ground up), assuming above average materials, around 3500 sf?
As an agent who also works with an LLC that renovates homes in San Francisco, I'd say you're going to be spending around $400 a foot for new construction. That wouldn't include non-con ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 23, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in San Francisco
fmfrijoles, Other/Just Looking in 20037
fmfrijoles answered:
I own a condo. Are assessments for things like a new roof tax deductible? How?
If it's an investment property from which you gain income, assessments are deductible.

If it is a primary residence and the roof/assessment is specific to your unit then the amount ... more
1 vote Share Flag Thu Apr 24, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in 94117
Alina Aeby, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
When visitors enter 888 Brannan St., a five-story atrium pulls their gaze upward to take in the bright but welcoming whiteness of the walls and ceiling punctuated by what look like floating cubby holes… Read more
Blogged Sun Feb 2, 2014 by Alina Aeby Remodel & Renovate Design & Decor In My Neighborhood
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Keith L. Bos…, Real Estate Pro in San Leandro, CA
Keith L. Bosworth answered:
Do I need a designer if I am hiring an architect?
It depends on why you are renovating. If you plan on staying in the home then I am sure the architect can help you or refer you to someone who can.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 29, 2014 Remodel & Renovate in San Francisco
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