So I confirmed that the contractor was licensed, but I can't find reviews of him on yelp, Angie's List, BBB, and other websites. Why is that? What other websites could I use to find out about the contractor?
I have an older home where the entire second floor is an addition. The addition includes the master suite with large bathroom. On the main level is the second bath. I believe at one time, it may have been
Are there any restrictions in the City of Philadelphia that prohibit the conversion of a commercially zoned property to a residential living space?
We found out during remodeling that there were asbestos tiles throughout the house that we bought around 2.5 years ago. It was an old house and we bought it as is. No disclosure mentioning the presence
We are remodeling a home that we purchased
would like to keep but do not no what to do to repair it someone suggest spray sides with fiber glass. any suggestions filling in is not a good opti
replacing door frames (3) and doors(3) and closet bifold doors (5) , wood floors, through out, no appliances.
The house has four bedrooms, two upstairs and two downstairs (master and smallest bedroom). The kitchen is wedged between a formal dining room and the smallest bedroom. We'd like to keep the dining
of yea People I have taken Asbestos off multiple times, use the respirator for the job.See the problem is that once broken the fibers float in the air forever, they don't fall to the ground,
Me and my wife are looking into purchasing a 3 bedroom/2 bath home built in 1967. It has had one owner and uses well water and a cesspool. After scouring the internet I cannot find anything on rough price
25 years experience, references, necessary licenses/can pull permits. Quality rehabs. Looking for more projects to complete.
1878 square feet 3,2........want a media room and bath upstairs
I moved into my house about 6 months ago (I came from Sydney), and just recently started noticing a leak behind the wall in the basement under the kitchen drain. I cut a hole to see and there is a pipe
Electrical, new walls, new bathroom , flooring etc. My Dad has a $150,000 mortgage. A couple months ago the insurance company stopped insuring our home and my Dad feels it won't be able to get insured
Hello everyone, I am closing on a two-family property in the Bronx this week and I would like to separate the gas meters. Currently the property only has one but I would like to have the gas separated
I'm sure this comes up a lot but the equivalent of the show fixer upper but any recommendations for someone in Atlanta would be great!
I don't plan to mess around with plumbing or gas. Right now, I'm thinking about redoing countertops, updating my appliances, and installing new flooring. I've been reading up on city codes,
Can I add two new bedrooms to my SFH bought 2 years ago in Brambleton. My plan is to build 1 BR on top of my Garage and the 2nd on my Sun room ??
What do I charge, how long do I say it'll take to do?
1 - Which costs more to install? 2 - Has anyone dealt with polished concrete for more than a couple years? How does it hold up? 3 - If the polished concrete stain comes out poorly, is it possible to
5 x 5 is area for flooring only. Bathroom is 5 x 8 if tub included.
We bought our home in 2011 at 6915 Maynard Rd, Summerfield, NC 27358 for $146K. Then we did a major remodel through the county and had building permits. It's now worth almost $400K. Please update
Two story Brick home, 3 car garage, gas Fireplace, 4 Bathrooms.
I own a house in Culver City and got a quote to remove that house and build a new one around 3000 sqft for $150/sqft. I believe this is good price, but trying to get it even lower because I see some investors
I live in the Birds neighborhood in a 2 bed, 2bath (4000sq ft lot) and considering renovating my home ( 1000sq ft, 2nd floor addition) and was wondering if there are any restrictions to this. Also,
Any assist in estimating budget is appreciated
We have a rubber and tar roof on our 3 story Hoboken rowhouse/brownstone. We're interested in putting up a roof deck, but don't really know where to start, other than having a structural engineer
with welded sink and back splash ? are they attractive ? detrimental ? what about the ROI ? Kitchen is from the 60's cabinets in top shape BUT counter and sink NOT good... House in Seminole, FL house
I've been in cont for 35 yrs in valley have ref and all tools
Changing my life so I want use the tools God has gave me
We bought a foreclosure that we got a good deal on but probably not a great deal. We have redone all teh flooring, new door handles, fixtures, etc. We are living in the house and will for several years
Hi! We recently purchased a 1950s ranch home (3 bed 2 bath) and had just finished remodeling both bathrooms. We are planning on our next phase of fixing the house but want to make sure we get ROI and
I can only find about 4-5 styles of RTA cabinets online. Companies like Kraftmaid and Snaidero sell gorgeous cabinets, but they are out of my price range. Are there companies that sell RTA cabinets that
Looking for building a 2nd floor, 1500 sq feet appx. I did ask someone from homeadvisor to come by and he said it is a 500k to 1 million. Sounds too expensive when you can buy a new house outside bayarea
I am looking at buying a house in Lawrenceville Pa that has a basement. I want to convert basement to garage? Do you know anyone who did that? Whats the step by ste? Whats the advice on that? Thanks
How to change it?
I want to knock down an old house in West San Jose, zip code 95129. I want to build a brand new house, 2,000 square feet living space and 400 square feet garage. I have talked to 12 licensed contractors.
Hello-I want to make an offer on a house, but before we move in we would want to add a study and bathroom (perhaps off the garage). The home is 1,110 sq feet and only has one bathroom. Does anyone have
New front entrance, back sliding door entrance.
I have a 3BR/1Ba L shaped ranch in NJ. The layout of the house places the garage and one BR on the L part. The other two bedrooms(My BR & a spare/office) are connected by a small hallway with the bathroom
My husband and I are first time home buyers and we're purchasing land to build our home instead of outright buying an existing house.
There is an existing 3/4 on the second floor already and a full bath on the 1st floor.
Blueprints or floorplans in the Dallas area
I currently have a 3 bedroom one bath. Thinking of making it 2/2. I do have a full basement as well. Just can't decide if an en suite will hinder the resale to much to turn one of the bedrooms into
remodel is of only finishes...new tile, plumbing fixtures, flooring exterior stucco, but no framing or foundation...please just guess...i need help with this one
The existing house will need to be torn down.
I sell homes and many times they need 'touch-ups' or repairs. The contractors do not seem to want smaller jobs. Or if they are interested they tend too charge too much. I need people who like