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HOME CONSTRUCTION, REMODELING, REPAIR, RENOVATION COST ESTIMATES


Contact us to get an estimate for your project! Our office located at
9048 Little Brook Street, Anchorage, AK 99507 ( MAP )

Phone: 907-351-7602       Fax: 907-522-9433
Email: rusa@gci.net


Decorative Landscaping and Garden Bridge designed and built by Ted Soloview, YourLand US Construction Co., Anchorage, Alaska

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History of Theodolites

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ROOF/CANOPY/HANGAR

CRAWL SPACE UPGRADE

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BUILT-IN CABINET

Project cost estimation is the process of predicting the quantity, cost, and price of the resources required by the scope of a project. Since cost estimation is about the prediction of costs rather than counting the actual cost, a certain degree of uncertainty is involved. Below are the projects we built using our own estimates. 

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CONCRETE PAD/FOUNDATION WITH REBAR FOR OUTHOUSE AT CAMPGROUND

CRAWL SPACE UPGRADE FROM 4 to 8 FEET

INSULATION, DRYWALL JOB & PAINT in BASEMENT or CRAWL SPACE

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Any project is possible to complete with the right estimate. Contact us today to review your project for correct estimate.  Price for repair estimates includes Alaska labor cost, cost of materials at local market, local permits, and depending on the scope of job, a variance between $400 (without blue print) and $4,500 (with blue print.)

If you are a homeowner in Anchorage, we are sorry to hear that you suffered damage during the Alaska Earthquake on November 30th, 2018. Please, read below for our process on assessing the potential scope of work and our process to do that. You may have the needed information for us to give an idea of costs without a site visit, but if we do a site visit with measuring the structure, there is a cost for that.

To understand the potential costs of repair, we need to do the following:

To give an estimate for a project, we first must understand the scope of the work required to support your project. Mainly, we need to determine an idea of how to repair your structure. We have two ways to determine that:

1. Work with your engineer and once they have a design completed, we can apply our pricing to the design.

2. We can come out and do a site visit to determine the scope of the problem.
 
We do a few things at the site visit:

a. Measure the settlement of the house with our digital altimeter. This informs the design for the engineer and also provides us with a benchmark to reference when lifting the structure.

b. Assess the conditions of the existing foundation for the engineer.

c. Document and measure other required information for repair design for the engineer.

d. Send our findings to our engineer who will give us a quick material estimate for budgeting.

e. Upon approval - start the engineering design.
 
Our step #2 is billed in two phases - $400 for the site visit and the measure, and $4,100 for the engineering design and support through obtaining an approved permit.

If you would like to proceed with that process with us we would request the following:

1. A written description of the damage with as much detail as possible.

2. A "As-Built" or rough drawing of the house including dimensions of entire house and highlighting where the damage has occurred.

3. Photos of each exterior and interior side of your house - damaged and undamaged.

4. 2-3 close-up photos of the most severe problem areas.

5. Any other relevant photos to help us assess the damage.

6. Your complete contact information (physical address, email, and phone).

7. Any engineering assessment or report can substitute for most of the above.

Our pricing is based on menu of options.
 
Read through the above and let us know if you would like us to come measure the house for design, or if you have a design completed, we will happily give you an estimate on the design.
 
Most of our operation are based out of our Anchorage office. Let us know if we can assist you further.


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Bakery products and grocery by Iona Alexandrovich Kapranov.
Tea by Association "Caravan".
Bolshoe Selo, Yaroslavl Gubernia, 1913.
Photo by Fyodor Ivanovich Soloviev (1896-1983).

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