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Old 01-07-2019, 11:31 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Gdog 5651 View Post
My roof raise (14") cost about $650.00 that included 14ga 1 1/4" tubing prepainted aluminum sheet to reside the bus rivets, adhesive,welding wire and the dump fees for the windows. That did not include the cost of the new windows because I was going to install them either way.The roof raise took the better part of two days working almost entirely by myself. Gene
A lot of variables involved. I am having a very different experience.

I am not a metal worker. I can do some basic stuff but not enough skill to tackle it myself. I had to bring in help. Also, my materials cost has been much higher than expected. I priced out the materials when I started the project in the Seattle area. Then I moved.... When I finally got ready to order metal I was shocked at the prices. I got bids from every supplier I could find within 100 miles.

I am almost done with the metal work and have spent $2100+ on materials and $620 on professional services.

I was very fortunate that I had Asetechrail on hand to bring his awesome skills to the project. He did the lions share of the welding and really, was the brains of the raise project.
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