I'm considering to buy an old house built in 1920s - victorian. I plan to live in it. It has brick foundation and at some point the brick was topped/covered with concrete (process called "saddling")
Now in order to properly quote the offer, I need to understand how much work needs to be done on the foundation. Basically changing the brick foundation to concrete foundation.
I'm sure it is a case by case analysis but I wanted a range just to give me a ballpark on the cost of foundation rehab for the property.
Area 2100 sq feet, duplex,
unit 1 (upper unit): 3 bed 1 bath
unit 2 (lower unit): 2 bed 1 bath
The property is in North California. Any pointers, websites, estimation-techniques, estimate numbers, blogs, suggestions or personal experience, that is shared is highly appreciated.
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