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I think I would like one. My husband and I talked about building a Quonset hut home before we bought the damned” underground house. I mean that literally because the house has to be damned. Anyway, I’m curious about the insulation. I suppose one would insulate with the amount needed for the area and then wall over it like in a conventional house. Thanks for the information. Oh, the ugly one, the folks were just trying to beautify a plain Jane the best way they could. Living in an ugly home myself, I sympathize.
I got quote a quote for 720 sqf basement area for 21 K. This included a separate room with full bathroom with standing shower(Pluming cost included). Includes dry wall installation (220 linear feet) and carpeted. Also included is cost of drop ceiling and 7 high hats lights. They will move laundry/dryers gas & electric connection to separate unfinished area which will be separated by 6 panel hollow doors. The carpets and fixtures are standard grade with allowance amounts specified, and we would pay the excess for upgrades. We live in NJ and cost per foot seems to be ok…around $29 per sq. ft. This guys are licensed and I was pleased with the deck job they did.
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My wife an I own 11.5 acres outside of town and have considered selling our town home and moving out there. We’re thinking about building a basement ONLY and slapping a roof on it – 2 bedroom, 1 bath, with open plan otherwise with kitchen in one corner and and wide open living space. Unconventional, yes, but would allow us to downgrade our mortgage payment while seriously upgrading our environment.