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That question is impossible to answer here as you'd have to do a large scale survey of fencing preferences throughout California. In practice, wood is a much more common ... more
I would check with the city for the codes in doing a project like this.. They will be the best source of information.. You could talk to a contractior and they will a ... more
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Yes depending on their ability to afford remodeling and whether the house is underwater or not.
Also people are concerned about remodeling and not being able to recoup the ... more
Yes, living in Irvine, your association will require a review and approval. You will need to go to the association office to get guidelines, but some associations are putting th ... more
Most likely your CC&Rs and HOA Documents have a provision that any alterations must be approved by an Architectural Committee or some other governing entity of the HOA.
First, if you are in escrow, you should be addressing this question to the realtor with whom you are working. Their job is to represent you and protect you, known as their fidu ... more