To extend the whole frint if the house 4-5 foot approximately how much

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  • Susan Susan on Jun 26, 2017
    you can get quotes from local professionals by using the internet - i.e. "thumbtack.com" or "HomeAdvisor.com" (I use them ALL the time)
  • C. D. Scallan C. D. Scallan on Jun 26, 2017
    Depends on the size of your home and what you want done i.e. floors and other materials needed . Get referals for local contractors who are licensed and insured . Check references. Get more than two or three quotes .
  • How much what? Can you repost your question please?
  • Michele Pappagallo Michele Pappagallo on Jun 26, 2017
    That's an impossible question to answer. It will depend on your specific house, the materials it is made of, the structural work needed, your roofing, the area you live in, labor costs, architectural expenses for someone to design a project like that, etc. I am sure it will be very expensive.
  • Norris720 Norris720 on Jun 26, 2017
    Beverly Rogers - Your question cannot be answered without more information on what you want done as far as remodeling or room addition. Contact and Architect for drawings that can be used by the contractor to give you an estimate on the cost of your project. Please upload pictures of your home and what you have in mind of remodeling your home. Get referrals for local contractors who are licensed and insured. Get in writing a performance payment plan on the work to be done. This will protect you the Homeowner.
  • Norris720 Norris720 on Jun 26, 2017
    Beverly Rogers - Your question cannot be answered without more information on what you want done as far as remodeling or room addition. Contact and Architect for drawings that can be used by the contractor to give you an estimate on the cost of your project. Please upload pictures of your home and what you have in mind of remodeling your home. Get referrals for local contractors who are licensed and insured. Get in writing a performance payment plan on the work to be done. This will protect you the Homeowner.

  • Johnchip Johnchip on Jun 26, 2017
    Calculate the entire square footage you will need. Mulitply by local square foot building costs. (you can go on line with your zip code to get local estimates) A rebuild will cost more than new construction as you have tear down/demolition costs as well. $150 sq. foot would be US average new cost build. if you want a new bath or kitchen in that, double it.