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Q. We are replacing our kitchen after living in our house for 37 years. It seems that there’s a lot to choose from, and we’ve been getting different opinions . . . more
Q. I was wondering if you know about how I can use my solar energy, or some other source, to control the power in my home, essentially, go off the grid. more
Q. I’m buying a sunroom for my breakfast room on the back of my split-level house, about 8 feet off the ground. I’m being told by the contractor that I need an architect and sealed plans. more
Q. We own an Airbnb upstate, in an area that has septic tanks and, on occasion, limited water supply, especially in a drought, so we turn the faucets off between guests using the place. more
Q. Our two-car garage faces the street, but we’re making a lot of changes to our house, and want to open the garage door from our side yard instead of the front . . . more
Q. I hired a carpenter to rebuild my garage because it was rotted and leaning. The roof was OK, so we kept it, but all the walls were stripped away and replaced. more
Q. We’re in the middle of getting our house renovated, and we’re talking to three contractors. Each one wants a large amount of money to start the job. more
Q. Our new home is pretty old, from 1920. We want to update it and have a lot of concerns, with taxes if we enlarge it, cost if we get rid of walls . . . more
Q. This spring we added a garage and replaced our driveway. It has only been about five months, but we’ve noticed cracks in the garage floor and a few in the driveway. more
Q. We were told by a building inspector that we need a permit for making our garage into a bedroom and bathroom. He gave us 10 days to “respond.” He told us we just need an architect . . . more
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