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lalloboy101 wrote:How long ago was your plan submitted?.
What the proper setbacks adhered to on your plans?
If it was me tho, I would wait till full approvals are given to avoid headaches and complications, unless you are fully confident that they would not send a list of defects to be corrected then proceed .
sekhar_777 wrote:Folks, please offer some advice here, in order to catch the dry season, I am looking to finish the foundation phase of my house before I get full drawing approvals that was submitted in March. Do you see any issues here to get 1) Drawing Plan Approval and then 2) Completion Certificate? I understand there is a way to have this done where a structural engineer certifies the foundation that was laid? Thanks.
Youngstar1989 wrote:Wtk from any of the experienced men here...whats the Best place to buy a bathtub. Best price and quality
sMASH wrote:if insulated properly, and u don't use normal steel for the structure, but a less corrosive galvanized metal for the structure, it should be good, and cheap.
actually built something like that myself, with plywood floors
DASSPASS wrote:Hey guys what do you all think about DIY STEEL FRAME HOUSE is the pricing fair? Is it safe? Are materials available in Trinidad? Who else does this?
rspann wrote:Germantech in Sisters Rd. You could even chose local hardwood if it's something personal. Ganesh .738-9553. Prices real good.