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Q. We are redoing our largest bathroom, and our interior designer and contractor are planning to put 12-inch-square tiles on the walls and the ceiling across the room. more
Q. I wanted to add on to the den on the side of my house. The den has been there since 1930. The problem I’m having is . . . more
Q. A few contractors have looked at my attic so I can finish it for more bedrooms and a family room. The 1920s house has a very large attic . . . more
Q. I have a building that has been unoccupied for three years. I bought it because it was going to have a long-term tenant. They backed out, so I need to get the building rented. more
Q. I just rented a retail space, and I’m planning changes with my architect. The architect says I have to “upgrade” the restroom to handicapped-accessible . . . more
Q. We know we need it, but we don’t want to wait for a permit. We know it takes too long and costs a lot. more
Q. We are concerned we may have waited too long because of inflation. It seems nearly impossible to afford our renovation. more
Q. We purchased our home with minor damage from Hurricane Sandy, and were told that because there was little or no damage, just mold in the unfinished basement and new boiler, the house was fine, no title problems. But . . . more
Q. We bought a house with a deck and didn’t know it never had a permit until we went to make a home office out of the garage. more
Q. I saw an article in a magazine about how I may be able to add air and water purifiers in my office to minimize sickness and infections. Is this for real? more
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