I am moving up to near Grass Valley, CA, buying a home with a bit of land
around it. Just wondering what I should budget to have a shop building built
-say around 1200 SF. Not going to have time to do it myself unfortunately, as
I will be pretty busy for the next year or so, but then hope to have time to
get back to woodworking and other hobbies. I would like to build a nice,
insulated shop with heating (radiant floor?) and A/C for the summer. Been
working out of a 2 car garage for many years, and looking forward to the luxury
of having space to spread out! Can anyone guide me with a rough estimate of
Thanks in advance for any help.
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Going to be high, that's for sure. But, was up there visiting this spring,
and there were a lot of unemployed construction types kicking around, so you
might just kit and use the neighbors, bearing in mind why the name "grass"
valley is so appropriate.
Check with Meeks in YC for package prices. Will be a touch higher in price
than the chains, but I always thought they were also more consistent in
On 07 Nov 2003 17:05:36 GMT, email@example.com (Kurt Greiner)
brought forth from the murky depths:
Got a computer? Got a phone? Google up contractors in the Grass
Valley, Roseville, even Sacto area and ask them. Make sure you
call some in the actual town you plan to settle in, too. It can
make a big difference both in price and how you're accepted in
a small town, so think local.
LJ, who just moved to a small town.
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