..call a local insurance agent who carries home owners insurance..they will have a per square foot price on construction replacement cost for your area..its likely to be a little on the low side.. ..check properties for sale in your area with comparable location, acreage, etc.. subtract the market value of your bare land from asking price,and divide by square footage of the listed home..that will give you another approximation, perhaps a little on the high side.. ..alternatively you can contact contractors in the area..it helps to get different 'views' on the subject.
Any air cooled heat pump is only effective down to around 35*F outdoor temperature. So your climate has something to do with what you are asking. In some areas with mild winters possibly yes. But on the other hand since your heat pump will also be providing your cooling, 3 tons sounds a bit light to me for a two story 2000sf home. Best to get your appliances properly sized for your situation and climate. It sounds as if you`ve already been burned once with guesstimates.
chris browns mom and dad do not live together but his mom is living lovlet in a house in virginaokay guys NOT LYING! Chris Brown's mom and younger brother live together in my aunt and uncle's old house. it's in Prince George County, VA. It's a 2story mansion and, i don't exactly know the address, but my aunt and uncle swore to keep this secret so ppl woldnt go bother them . reply to me and tell me what you think. I SWEAR this is correct information!Chris Brown's mother DOES NOT live in Prince George County, Va. She lives near (or in) Montpelier, Va. I think my source is more reliable than yours (he has been seen in multiple locations in Ashland/Montpelier and I have an un-named friend who lives on the same street)
If an unfinished basement is to be used as a sleeping area it needs to be: * dry * ventilated * warm * have both natural light and artificial light fittings that work * have a safe egress in case of fire etc. * be electrically safe (no incomplete cabling or exposed wires) * have no tripping or falling hazards * have no exposed hazardous materials (including some insulation) * it may also need to have smoke alarms etc.
An unfinished basement is a place of opportunity. There are a wide variety of things that can be done to finish and remodel this space. Before beginning the project, there are a few considerations that will make the project go smoothly. The main thing would be to have a definite plan that includes a basic timeline and budget. This does not need to be too involved, but will help to keep things on track and on budget. With clear goals, the basement can be transformed.
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