How is a new and larger bank loan for roof repair recorded on the books when funds are used to repay a previous loan with interest for building remodel?
Before undertaking a large project like a full kitchen remodel or a bathroom remodel, it is important to do research so that you know what to expect. Find a contractor or construction expert who prides himself on continued knowledge building and education to keep up on the most recent trends in home construction. Here is a website with some great answers to questions asked before a kitchen and bathroom remodel project.
Officially, you need a building permit for a kitchen remodel. Building inspectors drive daily around the city inspecting jobsites. During these drives if they notice any contruction going on that they are not familiar with they will stop and ask for permits. If caught without one, they will give you a Stop Notice(until permit is approved), possibly a fine on top of permit fees and usually will be tougher on you during inspections.
How will Solomon's Temple similar and different with the one that has not yet been built in the future?
The Third and First Temples should be roughly identical in form and function. Most Rabbis, however, use the Herodian Remodel of the Second Temple as a physical jumping-off-point for the description of what the Third Temple should be like. (This is because the actual appearance of the First Temple is unknown, but the Romans recorded the appearance of the Herodian Remodel of the Second Temple. A link to an image of the Herodian Remodel is…
It depends on how extensive the remodel is. If you're replacing cabinets and countertops but not making any actual structural changes (knocking holes in walls, removing supporting beams, etc.) then you certainly don't need one. If there are any structural changes then having an architect may make it easier for you to obtain the necessary building permits.
I am looking for the same thing also. 4-inch, in-contact, remodel recessed light. Any ideas? ~ previous post: ~ I'm looking for the same thing, with no luck so far -- assuming you want to use common screw-in fluorescent bulbs and not the expensive, less common plug-in kind. I'm about to give up and cut the ceiling to use the new-construction style.