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Old 06-06-2012, 11:12 AM   #1
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floor joists and sub floors

I just found out that my floor joists and sub flooring are rotted from mold. I need to know about how much this would cost to replace joists and sub flooring.



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Old 06-06-2012, 12:14 PM   #2
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"How much will it cost?" Asking for price estimates here.
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" "How much will it cost?" Asking for price estimates here.

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Questions involving pricing, such as – “How Much” certain projects cost (i.e. - certain repairs, renovations, square-footage pricing, additions, decks, etc., etc.) – cannot be properly answered simply by information posted on an internet forum (regardless of how much information is supplied in a particular post). There are many, many variables, which also involve site visit(s), existing conditions, final designs, local codes, local-rates, material preferences, inspection costs, permit fees, etc.

1.) Pricing for materials may be determined at your local supplier(s).
2.) Prices for subcontracted work are best determined by getting legitimate local contractors to submit written estimates (3 are suggested) and always checking references before hiring anyone.
3.) The industry generally suggests allowing a minimum of 20% buffer, over the assumed budget, for incidentals, unexpected points, material overages, etc. (For average basic-scope projects). On the other hand, rehabs and damage-repairs - tend to be an, all together different % ++ buffer allowance).

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Even if you were to find someone willing to give you a guess-timated, 'ball park' figure, there is no way to gauge such blind figures as accurate. Actual costs can vary tremendously.

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Old 06-07-2012, 09:02 AM   #3
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More than the house is worth. I would throw a match to it and start over..
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