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Feb 21, 2008 by happy go lucky | Posted in Do It Yourself (DIY)

im looking for something simple to build im limited with tools...
any ideas?

Places like Home Depot will do all of your cuts on wood that you buy there ( normally for no cost ) you just have to tell them what you want and a lot of design plans have a supplies and cutting legend included

So you're really not limited by lack of larger tools, then you are really just assembling, sanding and finishing your project

You just need a cohesive plan, imagination and the desire

A nesting box perhaps? I've got the plans if you want them.

What do you have in the line of "tools"?

try a bird house,shoe shine box,mail box,magazine holder,when you say your limited with tools.all you need for the above is a saw,hammer,ruler and some nails or glue.

What would happen if I built an unconventional house that did not meet the building codes?

Sep 15, 2008 by Unorthodox | Posted in Green Living

I am interested in a building a house using non-traditional and unconventional building methods. This house probably would not meet the local building codes. I already understand that securing any necessary financing to build the house would be difficult and that it would also be more difficult to insure the house once built. What I am not sure of is how the local government would react if I built a house without any effort to satisfy the building codes. Would there be any legal action taken against me? Would they try to prevent me from occupying my own home?

Before you even START building, you'll have to get a building permit from the city or local government. To do this, you'll have to provide them with architectural renderings (blueprints) that show every aspect of the house: dimensions, building materials to be used, electrical and plumbing schematics, and what the exterior will be made of, as well as other things.

Some localities dictate what the exterior must look like. For example, in our city, the exterior of the house MUST BE at least 70% brick.

If there is nothing adherently dangerous about how you're building the house--such as building a "hay bale" house--it's possible you could argue your case before the city's board of adjustments to get a variance. (BTW--hay bale houses are supposed to be VERY save, VERY easy to build, and VERY energy efficient. Those would be good arguing points if that's what you are trying to build.) If they give you a variance, there are various times throughout the building process you'll have to have inspectors come out and inspect the work that has been completed. (Electrical when the electrial work is finished to make sure it's up to code, same thing for plumbing, insulation, framing, etc.)

No matter what, it would be unadvisable to start building without the proper building permits. Not only can the city come in and tear down what you've already done, but you can be subject to fines and even jail time.

Was the Rockefeller building part of the buildings built during the Great Depression?

Mar 26, 2009 by Park | Posted in History

I know the empire state building, GE building, and the Chrysler building were build, but not sure of the Rockefeller building.

Cost for building 2nd Story on top of exsisting house in Australia?

Mar 08, 2007 by princess_becca11 | Posted in Decorating & Remodeling

My partner and i are condsidering building a second story onto an exsisting house. This is my parents house, and we can't afford to buy land and build so are considering building onto there house and living on the 2nd story? Any ideas or suggestions?

You will need to get some advice from an Architect. The answer to your question will depend on the local government requirements for your area, the capacity of the existing home to carry the additional loads, the planning feasability, your budget, the impact of the proposal on the adjoining properties, and so on.

Archicentre Limited ( which is wholly owned by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects will for a nominal fee, send out an architect to prepare a preliminary design report for that property.

I think it will be money worth spending whatever the outcome, as you will be in a better position by reason of the report, to persue the matter further or make other plans for your future home. Perhaps there is an alternative development opportunity on the site which you have not considered, and an archtiect is in a better position to advise you.

Your idea might be a good one.... and certainly any strategy which reduces urban sprawl and optimises the sharing of resources with family members should be encouraged in principal.

Good luck

How long does it take to build a 12 story building?

Feb 09, 2007 by some_guy_times_50 | Posted in Renting & Real Estate

How long does it usually take on average to build a 12 story building, from the initial site preparation to completion? I ask because the city I work in there's such a building going up, and they started work on it about a year ago. Is that a long time for such a building, or is it about normal?

Depends a great deal on the complexity of the building. A two storey hospital could take much longer than a 20 storey simple structure office block.

If it's a very simple structure then it's quite slow progress but if it's a complicated structure with varying design elements, complicated services, high standard of finishes then it's not a long time.

If the client has made very specific or unusual requests this can seriosuly slow down construction.

Budget can play a part - if budget isn't so much of a problem then you can hire in several tower cranes, lots of plant and workers and get the job moving quickly.

Did the 12 months include site preparation as this can take a long time? The ground might need decontaminating, consolidating, there may be complex foundations.



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