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Old 03-13-2013, 08:00 PM   #1
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I'm looking for ballpark estimates to build 1000sq. ft. heated workshop outdoors at about 9000 ft. altitude.

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where are you located, location makes a difference in pricing ....

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you cant go by what people on the internet tell you, you have to contact contractors in your region to give you a legitimate price.. labour and material prices vary from region to region
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Holy Cow! your gonna need some long studs!!!
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Minor league park or Majors?

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I could do it for you if it were indoors.
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Please read...

"How much will it cost?" Asking for price estimates here.

...welcome to the forums, but not a great first question.
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I'm looking for ballpark estimates to build 1000sq. ft. heated workshop outdoors at about 9000 ft. altitude.
Where?

What material? Wood / Steel / Block?

Paying someone to build it or building it yourself?

What time of the year would you have it built?

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