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Old 01-29-2012, 02:22 AM   #1
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i am planning to bulild a 900sq ft addition great room with loft area, what would be the average cost ecxluding the windows and flooring. from PA

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i am planning to bulild a 900sq ft addition great room with loft area, what would be the average cost ecxluding the windows and flooring. from PA
30 x30 addition w/sloped ceiling and loft area.

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How much for an average car? but I don't need the windshield, I have one already, it might fit the new car. So how much?
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I understand, Anita, how you would not want to waste someone's time getting local quotes without having first an idea of the money involved.

Your house must be pretty big if it can fit a 30x30 addition. And the whole 900 sf are going to be a single room? That's fancy (meaning expensive).

I'd say if you have $200,000 to $300,000 available, start by calling an architect.
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Thanks for the response, I've gotten an architect with final drawings, starting to look for bids. My project will include and laundry and bath room, will be excluding the floors and windows out of the estimate. 2 walls will include 16ft sliders , ceiling vaulted with a loft area all finishing work will be done by husband. I was told that the estimate may come around 80 -90K is this a fair number.

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I understand, Anita, how you would not want to waste someone's time getting local quotes without having first an idea of the money involved.

Your house must be pretty big if it can fit a 30x30 addition. And the whole 900 sf are going to be a single room? That's fancy (meaning expensive).

I'd say if you have $200,000 to $300,000 available, start by calling an architect.

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