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how much does it cost to raise 1000sf wood frame house, and install new pillars/supports

The plan is to gut existing home remodel, and add an addition. The addition we be approximately 800sf for a total of 1800sf.
  • March 21 2010 - Gainesville
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Your question can not be answered without knowing more site specific information. A project of this scope would certainly justify an architectural design. That design along with your material selections could then be priced out. I have included a link to an article in Remodeling magazine that may give you a better feel for what projects average for in your area.http://www.remodeling.hw.net/2009/costvsvalue/national.aspx
  • March 22 2010
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A reputable contractor has to see the house in order to give you an estimate for this kind of work.  Every house is different.
  • March 21 2010
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Bring some contractors out to assess your unique situation.   A ballpark number from a place like Zillow could be off by 3 to 5x.

  • March 21 2010
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