Posted by Builder on August 13, 2003 at 19:00:24:
In Reply to: Re: Home Design Cost- facts and figures but no direct answer posted by JWmHarmon on March 10, 2003 at 07:48:55:
You Must Surely Be An Engineer.
The Main thing that you forget to mention is that the server in his favourite restaurant in most cases knows more about building than these rip off designers.
To Attempt to answer you questions I need you to answere some more.
1) What is the size of the house you are building.
2) What type of construction methods do you intend using (ie. Slab on ground, Brick Veneer, Full Brick). EWach different senario has a different level of difficulty in design and thus a different cost.
3) Your location (ie. Sloping Ground, Flat Ground) and what type of material are you building on (ie. Sand, clay, shale, rock)
4) The prices you have quoted are they in American dollars.
5) When you buy a car do you only get one price and buy the first car that you see. Get some more prices and compare. This is the only real way to see if you are getting a good deal.
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