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Add a recess light to a bedroom [...]

Category: Electrical Aug 24, 2019

by: Matthew Fainchtein


Assemble a cabinet tv stand [...]

Category: Cabinets Aug 24, 2019

by: Sach Bhat


Backyard tasks: (1 and 2 are priority, 3-5 are optional) 1. Tear out wooden patio, approximately rectangular with maximum dimensions of 22 ft 3 in by 12 ft 8.5 in. Estimate should include disposal of removed materials. Install concrete patio covering the same area plus an area that is 6 ft 9 in by 10 ft 10.5 in (total maximum dimensions of concrete patio (29 ft by 12 ft 8.5 in). The boundaries of the patio are not perfectly rectangular. 2. Remove wooden pergola (9 ft by 14 ft by 8 ft tall). Estimate should include disposal of removed materials. Replace with wrought iron, vinyl, or wooden pergola of approximately same dimensions. If wood, prefer treated wood that does not attract termites or need frequent repainting. Current pergola has two legs surrounded by brickwork to a height of 2 ft 8 in (16 in by 16 in square). We would like options regarding whether the brickwork has to be removed or new pergola can be installed through it. 3. Remove brick wall (14 in high, 5 ft 6 in long) that blocks off a space with outdoor hose faucet and sprinkler controls that tends to have water build up behind it next to the house during heavy rainstorms. We would like an estimate of the cost of removing the wall and extending the concrete patio to cover the area of the wall and space behind it. 4. Regrade backyard (approximately 11 ft by 26 ft) to improve drainage and prepare soil for installation of new landscaping. Currently this area is largely bare soil. 5. Cost to lower vinyl fence about 3 inches to be level with fence on other side of yard. [...]

Category: Decks Aug 24, 2019

by: Matt Landon

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