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RE: Building Permit Cost per State and City for New Home

Enough bickering folks!!!!! Here is the OP's topic: This time around I'd like to chat about the cost to build a home as far as city and county fees, and the cost of the labor. I assume the material cost doesn't vary much. I was in San Francisco and ran into a contractor. He said for a new home in San Francisco it $250 per sq ft! He also said the subs make $40 or more an hour wage. What areas are less expensive that are close to a big metro like Portland? Back to it, or we are shutting this one down. Thank you.
Moderator 12/20/14 04:59pm Around the Campfire
RE: 3 word sentance

Ursula's brother yielded. V O V
Moderator 12/20/14 10:51am Around the Campfire
RE: Building Permit Cost per State and City for New Home

Paying HOA yearly fees on property you own yourself and being restricted in life and living in and around your own home is beyond total ignorance. This is entirely too broad of a generalization. There are thousands of people living in communities with HOA fees that are very happy with the level of the fees and the services they receive for those fees. We are not one of them as we don't live in one. But to call them ignorant is hardly accurate. Furthermore, HOA fees is not the topic of the OP, so moving on folks. :)
Moderator 12/17/14 07:54pm Around the Campfire
RE: Exit Now

Moved from ATC
Moderator 12/16/14 02:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: Christmas gifts

Moved from Lifestyle
Moderator 12/15/14 01:19pm Workamping Forum
RE: is this big enough??

Moved from ATC
Moderator 12/13/14 08:48am Tech Issues
RE: How best to fix leaky Galvanized pipes in my stick house

If it were our house, we would not do the 'band aid', ie. epoxy solution. Coating the inside of your galvanized pipes, which probably are coated on the inside already, may reduce your flow. And, manufacturers of PEX generally provide a 20-25 year warranty, but PEX is known to have a much longer lifespan. I would look for a different installer if they are only offering a 5 year warranty.
Moderator 12/10/14 11:59am Around the Campfire
RE: Durnfool computer(s)

got it... :)
Moderator 12/08/14 08:19pm Around the Campfire
RE: RVing at Panama Canal's 100th Anniversary 2014

Moved from ATC
Moderator 12/06/14 08:06pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: It's amazing how schools are changing

The student should have made a copy of her 'sent mail' as it would be proof of her having sent it. Yes, re the 'follow up'.
Moderator 12/06/14 02:56pm Around the Campfire
RE: *Very* Cruel Santa

Pitbulls for our Patriots, a good read.
Moderator 12/04/14 07:24pm Around the Campfire
RE: Most over rated attractions

Ok folks, can I suggest a different tack on this thread.... Let's post those places we enjoyed. That will be more productive and on a much more positive, and less grumpy, note. :) Thanks.
Moderator 12/04/14 04:15pm Around the Campfire
RE: What kind of log splitter to get ?

The best one for the money was a 22 ton log splinter from Tractor Supply Stores. That is the one we bought about 15 years ago and have no problems at all with it. Due to the weight of the logs, we had to move it to the vertical position to split 30" diameter pieces. They were just too heavy to lift and people handle in the horizontal position. :)
Moderator 12/04/14 04:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: What kind of log splitter to get ?

If you are going to be on soft and/or unlevel ground it won't be easy. If you have help it may be doable. Usually we cut the tree into manageable lengths and bring the wood to the splitter; that is when we can't get the splitter to the wood..
Moderator 12/03/14 06:28am Around the Campfire
RE: What kind of log splitter to get ?

Ours is a 22ton, but still need to use the gator, or tractor, to move it around on soft ground; despite putting a crank type trailer dolly wheel on the tongue which works fine on hard surfaces.
Moderator 12/02/14 06:14pm Around the Campfire
RE: Most over rated attractions

As noted by several posters, articles like posted by the OP are useless as they present the opinion, or opinions, of individuals. The preferences of places to visit, and appreciation of the same, are to determined by those that visit and not an article written by another that may or may not have actually been to those places. Visit those places you have interest in and form your own opinions. :)
Moderator 12/02/14 05:03pm Around the Campfire
RE: Twas Just Wondering

Tofu Turkey is definitely an ox·y·mo·ron ?äks??môr?än/Submit noun a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction as is 'turkey bacon'.... :)
Moderator 11/27/14 07:49pm Around the Campfire
RE: Questions for you blacksmiths or iron workers

If it were me, i would drill the holes in the plate a 1/4" later diameter larger than the holes in the back of the stove; and then use washers behind the head of the bolt going through the plate. . That would leave 1/8" around the diameter to allow for expansion/contraction during the heating and cooling of the stove. You don't say if the stove is cast iron or not, but the 'loud bang' (cracking) is what you get many times when trying to weld cast iron when the preparation is not done properly. (at least that is what the man in this family says) :)
Moderator 11/27/14 10:30am Around the Campfire
RE: 4 Word Sentence

(Dan--thanks for starting this thread again!) When asked 'what happened to the original thread?" we simply could not find out; it wasn't in deletes, etc. etc. Such is the cyber world at times. Carry on. :) Tom Ordered Apples Daily DAOT
Moderator 11/26/14 03:55pm Around the Campfire
RE: Dental Insurance ?? -- Help/Guidance needed

Ok folks, time to back off and wait for news from happybooker1 on the final outcome of this.
Moderator 11/21/14 11:53am Around the Campfire
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