09:52AM | 09/05/04
Member Since: 09/04/04
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I would like to extend my livingroom out onto where our patio is now. I love do it yourself and do know how to use a fair amount of power tools and have access to most of them. Question is since the foundation is already there and I'm hoping I can use the patio cover that was made with tin, how much I would be looking at cost wise. I would need to add the 2x4's for the walls and of course plywood and then some sort of exterior wood siding or whatever would be cheap but not look it to go with the brick. I have 4 months before hubby gets home, and a very tight budget. Help please!


09:56AM | 09/05/04
Member Since: 09/04/04
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I forgot the most important part. I will be extending the room another 16'x10' 1/2"


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