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Q. This may seem like an offbeat question, but why are our streets left with rough ruts after the workers pack up and leave? Aren’t there standards or requirements . . . more
Q. We’re retired, and live part of the year in Florida and part in New York. Eventually we plan to sell. Recently we had our kitchen redone . . . more
Q. We started planning a project to add a room, 303 square feet, in 2015, and due to many delays, we received approval for a permit only in January of this year. more
Q. We’re buying a house with multiple issues, from a deck to a pool shed, and we think there are changes inside, like the garage was made into a family room. more
Q. We’ve always had window air conditioners, and want to get central air. It’s quieter, and we'd get our windows back. As we figure out costs . . . more
Q. We’ve always had window air conditioners, and want to get central air. It’s quieter, and we’d get our windows back. As we figure out costs . . . more
Q. We have always wanted to build a home from scratch, and want to plan a house that is modern, fireproof, hurricane-proof and checks all the boxes for a dream house. We have a property to build on . . . more
Q. We need to simplify our job. The costs are out of control. Can we only do plans for the part of our home we’re adding on? more
Q. Our house needs upgrading, and we’re hoping to create more space. Our stairs to the basement and the second floor are right in the middle of the house . . . more
Q. I’ve been looking for ways to save water, and have some ideas to share with your readers. Most people think their water bill pays for water, but it doesn’t, really . . . more
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